For the first time in its
history, the 2017 Annual CSMB Conference will concurrently highlight two
important biomedical themes, Systems Biology and Organelle Dynamics, to
help foster inter-disciplinary science and innovation. Thus, the 2017 CSMB
Conference will feature talks from national and international leaders in a
broad range of topics including but not limited to membrane biology,
trafficking, signaling, gene and regulatory networks and computational biology.
CSMB2017 will also cover health related topics such cancer biology,
regenerative medicine, rare diseases and neurodegenerative disorders. Our outstanding keynote speaker is Dr. Brenda Andrews (University of Toronto), a leader in
the field of functional genomics.
Beyond the slate of outstanding
invited speakers, more than half of the oral presentations will be selected
from submitted abstracts. There will also be the CSMB Award Lectures and Poster
Sessions. On May 17th prior to the official start of the conference, will be a
day of workshops for trainees on various themes and a mini-symposium focusing
on women in STEMs.
Hosting the CSMB Annual
Conference in Ottawa will allow us to highlight the ground-breaking research
that is occurring across our county to both our federal government and the
public. For the first time ever the CSMB Conference will also have an organized
slate of outreach events.
We have worked hard to
keep the meeting affordable and accessible, including a range of accommodations
in the heart of the capital. Register
early to enjoy savings. Registration
will open in January.
2017 is going to be a
year-long celebration for Canada and Ottawa is THE place to come
celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canada’s confederation. Including a closing night party at the Canadian
Museum of Nature in the Dinosaur Gallery.
Hope to see you in Ottawa
Other Organizations' Conferences
Metabolic and transcriptional reprogramming leads to cancer vulnerabilities
October 3, 2016,
MaRS Discovery District, Toronto
The altered re-wiring of both metabolism and transcription in cancer provides therapeutic opportunities to preferentially drive tumor cell destruction. This symposium provides opportunities to explore the interplay between transcription regulation, metabolic reprogramming and cancer. All are invited to participate and research trainees are particularly encouraged to submit abstracts for presentation.
Registration will be free and open until September 3, 2016.
Note, after this date, registration is not guaranteed.
Full poster and for more information visit: www.abcam.com/toronto2016
The 41st FEBS Congress
September 03-08, 2016, Ephesus, Kusadasi
The FEBS Congress aims to provide an outstanding international forum in the European area for the face to face exchange of knowledge and ideas across the molecular life sciences. The core scientific programme comprises inspiring plenary lectures from distinguished researchers working in areas of high topical interest, and a range of themed symposia providing focused updates from leading experts in each field. The contribution of participants towards the scientific discussion at the event is encouraged by the opportunity to present work through extensive poster sessions.
The broad subject coverage of the Congress and its size provide an excellent setting for participants to gain valuable insight into progress in research areas beyond their own. In addition, a range of special sessions aim to engage participants on wider issues, such as teaching in the molecular life sciences, and science and society questions. A large commercial exhibition provides additional interest.
The FEBS Congress has a strong emphasis on support, education and inspiration for the next generation of scientists, with a bursary scheme for early-career researchers, a satellite Young Scientists’ Forum, and activities to encourage interaction with peers and experts.Altogether the FEBS Congress aims to be an exemplary cross-discipline gathering in the molecular life sciences for research presentation, discussion, learning, inspiration and encouragement — with participants leaving with new research knowledge and ideas, and perhaps the beginnings of international collaborations and friendships.
For more information visit: https://www.febs2016.org/