90. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Experimentelle und Klinische Pharmakologie und Toxikologie (DGPT) in Zusammenarbeit mit der ASTOX, APHAR und der AGAH.
Kongress für Experimentelle und Klinische Pharmakologie und Toxikologie.
Organizers: German Society for Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology (DGPT) Association for Applied Human Pharmacology (AGAH) Austrian Society of Toxicology (ASTOX) Austrian Pharmacological Society (APHAR)
SY-Stem – a symposium focusing on the next generation of stem cell researchers – is an annual meeting, located in the beautiful city of Vienna. It is organized jointly by the Research Institute of Molecular Pathology (IMP) and Institute of Molecular Biotechnology (IMBA).
In this two-and-a-half-day event, recognized keynote speakers, as well as aspiring young group leaders will discuss the latest advances in stem cell biology in an informal and collaborative setting. Our goal is to strengthen a cooperative and dynamic spirit in this research area.
This event, organized by FEBS, will be the first-ever Molecular Life Sciences Education and Training Conference in Europe. It will take place on March 20–23, 2024 in Antalya, Türkiye, and will bring together senior and junior scientists from all over the world to share their expertise and learn from each other. Program, grants, and abstract submission information is available on the event website. Deadline for abstract submission and grant applications: February 9, 2024.
The event will feature plenary talks, hands-on workshops, meet the expert sessions, certification opportunities, and networking opportunities. This conference has 3 pillars – Innovate, Educate, Empower:
Explore and Innovate: Share your cutting-edge research in education, teaching methodologies, and innovative approaches to molecular life sciences education. Be part of shaping the future of this fascinating field.
Educate and Elevate: Inspire your peers and scientists by showcasing your educational experiences and success stories. Contribute to the growth of a strong, knowledgeable community appreciating good practices.
Empower and Connect: Network with like-minded professionals, build collaborations, and leave with newfound inspiration and determination to make a difference in the world of Molecular Life Sciences.
Please vist the event website for more information and contact details.
ExternalFEBS Member Society event
21–23 March 2024
75th Mosbacher Kolloquium: The Microbiome – From Understanding to Modulation
The Mosbacher Kolloquium is the traditional spring meeting of the German Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (GBM). At the 75th Mosbacher Kolloquium we will highlight recent techniques to characterize and manipulate complex microbiomes. The complex interactions between the microbiome, pathogens, and the immune system can impact health and disease states. Yet we lack a precise understanding of the individual or synergistic contributions of gut bacteria to human health, and we lack the ability to modulate the functions of the majority of human-associated microbes. These deficiencies also apply to other microbial communities in/on plants, animals, and entire ecosystems.
The Mosbacher Kolloquium 2024 seeks to address these problems by bringing together leaders in the next iteration of microbiome sciences. An interdisciplinary panel of leading scientists from around the world will provide an overview of the state-of-the-art research, allowing us to chart future developments at the interface of basic science and clinical development.
Early registration/Abstract submission: January 31
Standard registration: February 29 (on site registration is possible)
Organizers: The German Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (GBM)
This laboratory-based training course covers the fundamental principles and techniques of genetic manipulation of mouse embryos and ES cells for a broad range of applications, namely for creating mutant and transgenic models for biomedical research.
Laboratory work will focus on the micromanipulation of mouse embryos by pronuclear injection and ES cell delivery, genotyping of gene targeting events, and experimental design of genome alterations using the CRISPR/Cas9 system.
Applications: 1 – 28 February 2024
Registration: 18 – 24 March 2024
9–17 May 2024
Spetses Island, Greece
Molecular mechanisms of interorgan crosstalk in health and disease
Organs “communicate” with each other during normal physiology to maintain homeostasis, and also in disease, causing very significant morbidity and mortality, for example, in diabetes, cardiovascular disease, kidney disease, autoimmune disorders, or COVID-19. Recent advances have provided new insights into molecular mechanisms of organ crosstalk in health and disease and implicated the immune and nervous system, soluble circulating factors, the microbiome and metabolome, and host pathogen interactions. This FEBS Advanced Lecture Course will bring together leaders in the fields of interorgan crosstalk between the nervous system, immune system, kidney, lung, heart, gut, liver, fat, bone, blood, bone marrow, nervous system, and the microbiome.
Organizers: Andreas Herrlich, François Leulier
18–24 May 2024
La Colle-sur-Loup, France
HFP2024: Molecular mechanisms of host–pathogen interactions and virulence in human fungal pathogens
The primary objective of this course is to share the latest knowledge regarding the biochemical, molecular, and genetic mechanisms of fungal pathogenesis with early-career scientists. Additionally, it aims to create valuable networking opportunities for them with renowned experts in this dynamic research field. Through these efforts, the course will play a significant role in enhancing the training of PhD students and post-doctoral fellows engaged in the investigation of fungal pathogens and the control of fungal infections.(Photo credit: Vishu Kumar Aimanianda.)
Organizers: Guilhem Janbon, Mike Lorentz, Elaine Bignell