The ASBMB National Office will send out a broadcast on the first day of each month, to publicise ASBMB sponsored conferences. However, the request for broadcasts must come directly from the ASBMB member who has organised this sponsorship. This service is not offered to conferences not sponsored by the ASBMB. Brief details should be sent to Sally Jay at the ASBMB National Office at email@example.com
Queenstown Research Week
24-30 August 2013.
Held in the beautiful ski resort of Queenstown, this series of meetings is the biggest annual science event in New Zealand. In 2013 it brings together the Queenstown Molecular Biology Meetings (QMB), the New Zealand Medical Sciences Congress, The Australasian Society of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacologists and Toxicologists (ASCEPT NZ), and the Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research. There will be six focussed QMB satellite meetings:
- E3: Enzyme Engineering and Evolution
- Of Microbes and Men -Translational Medical Microbiology in the 21st Century
- QMB Redox
- QMB Epigenetics: Spanning the Spectrum
- QMB Heart Research
- The Emergence of Genomic-Enabled Medicine
Further information: Martin Kennedy: firstname.lastname@example.org
VI International Congress on Stress Proteins in Biology and Medicine
18-22 August 2013
University of Sheffield, UK
Those working in the field of stress biology, or a closely related field, are encouraged to participate in the VI International Congress on Stress Proteins in Biology and Medicine which is to be held in Sheffield, UK (18-22 August 2013). The meeting will be held in the state-of-the-art Edge Conference Centre at the University of Sheffield. The focus of the Congress will be the NEXT GENERATION and the programme will encourage the active participation of Graduate Students and Early Career Researchers. The relevant websites can be viewed at:
A flyer may be downloaded here
8th Internatonal Human Peroxidase Meeting
09-12 September 2013
6th Joint Meeting of the Societies for Free Radical Research Australiasia and Japan
12-14 September 2013
Mercure Sydney Hotel SYDNEY, Australia
International Conference of the Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology (KSMCB)
9 - 11 October 2013
We cordially invite you to attend the International Conference of the Korean Society for Molecular and Cellular Biology (KSMCB), which will be held at the COEX convention center in Seoul, South Korea on Oct. 9-11, 2013. This conference will introduce novel knowledge and technologies on cellular and molecular biology as well as a platform for networking among participants.
The scientific program includes Nobel laureate lecture, keynote lectures, symposia focusing on the latest research breakthroughs. In addition, a poster session will also be arranged for young scientists to present their research progress.
This year, we are fortunate to invite the 1989 Nobel Laureate Dr. J. Michael Bishop (University of California, USA). Dr. James L. Manley (Columbia University, USA), Dr. Lynne E. Maquat (University of Rochester, USA), Dr. Hans Clevers (University Medical Center Utrecht, Netherlands), Timothy A. Springer (Harvard Medical School, USA), and Junjie Chen (The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, USA), will deliver key-note lectures. Nobutaka Hirokawa (University of Tokyo, Japan) will deliver a special lecture. In addition, more than 150 world-class scientists from domestic and abroad will introduce cutting-edge studies in the symposia on 23 themes. In particular, a symposium on research ethics will be held. There will be also a series of ceremony for the Academic Research Awards, the KSMCB Life Science Award and M&C Award, the Macrogen Scientist Award, the Ilchun Memorial Lecture, the Bioneer Next Generation Research Award, the Excellent Doctoral Thesis Award, the Excellent Poster Award, etc. Particularly, we provide participants from abroad with travel grant award and outstanding oral presentation award. In addition, companies and industries in the field of bioscience will participate in this conference for exhibition of research materials, tools and equipments.
We are convinced that this conference will provide participants with the most updated information on the latest scientific advancement and ample opportunities to exchange the ideas and to launch future collaborations. We look forward to your active participation in the international conference of the KSMCB in Seoul, Korea.