Constituent Societies of FEBS:
The Swedish Society for Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology
Mission and Vision
The Swedish Society for Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology (Svenska Föreningen för Biokemi, Biofysik och Molekylärbiologi; SFBBM) aims to be a scientific and social forum for scientists and students in Sweden and to promote the development of biochemistry and molecular biology.
SFBBM (formerly SFBM) was established in 1964, and has been a member of FEBS since that very same year.
- SFBBM arranges an annual symposium with both national and international invited speakers. This symposium includes the annual proceedings.
- SFBBM together with The Swedish National Committee for Molecular Biosciences yearly awards the "The Svedberg-prize" to young, prominent scientists.
SFBBM has about 450 members, and is open to non-residential members; anyone with an interest in biochemistry and molecular biology are accepted as members.
Lund University, Department of Molecular Cell Biology
Visit this member's website at www.sfbbm.se