Registration for the 3rd FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE International Molecular Biosciences Conference is open. The event will take place in Singapore from 4–6 December 2024, hosted by the Lee Kong Chian School of MedicineNanyang Technological University (NTU Singapore). Early bird registration has started now and there are many travel grants available! The deadline for the travel grants and short talk application is 31 July. Do not miss your chance to apply!

The FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE Conference is an international, interdisciplinary 3-day event entirely organized for and by young researchers – PhD students and postdocs – from the molecular life sciences disciplines, bringing together up to 300 young participants from all over the world.

From experts in biomedical research to outreach activities with local citizens, and from useful workshops to alternative career chats with scientists, this event has been fully planned and organized by young scientists thinking about the research interests, career needs, and networking preferences of young researchers.

The profound impact of Artificial Intelligence on biomedical and healthcare research is being explored by researchers worldwide. This has inspired the theme “Artificial Intelligence – Reshaping Biomedical and Healthcare Research” for the FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE 2024 conference. The event will bring together researchers from different fields to learn about the critical role AI plays in advancing biomedical sciences and healthcare.

Join us for three days of FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE 2024 and have the opportunity to participate in:

Scientific Symposium

The two-day scientific symposium features keynote speakers from different fields including metabolic diseases, population and global health, respiratory and infectious diseases, neuroscience and mental health, and skin disease and wound repair. They will help us learn more about the interplay between artificial intelligence and biomedical sciences with plenty of facetime to network and discuss their findings. Renowned keynote speakers from different fields will share their expertise and experience.

Career day

Additionally, the third day of the conference will be entirely dedicated to professional development. Participants will have the chance to broaden their horizons and expand their capabilities through three complementary career activities: insightful discussions with experts from different career paths in the alternative career chats section, workshops aimed at building new skills, and a job fair hosting potential employment options from the biotechnological, pharmaceutical, publishing, or communication sectors.

Outreach activities

An important part of FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE is focused on bridging the gap between scientists and society. To this end, there will be outreach activities that allow participants to explain biomedicine to the general public and bring science closer to society.

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Image by the FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE Conference coordinators.