Welcome

Dear Colleagues and Friends,

We cordially invite you to the Advanced Course on Biochemistry of Membrane Proteins — Structure, Trafficking, Regulation, to be held in Budapest, Hungary, August 25-30, 2019.

The main area of the course is membrane biochemistry, with a focus on structure, trafficking and regulation of membrane proteins, a major area of current research in biochemistry, cell biology and molecular biology. The invited lecturers represent leading experts in this field and cover the up-to-date areas of membrane biochemistry.

During the course we plan to place a special emphasis on promoting the active participation of interested young investigators and students. For this purpose, we will organize short poster bullet presentations (“poster minutes”) involving practically all poster presenters, as well as short talks for young investigators and students, selected from the audience. In addition, we plan to host the students and lecturers in the same hotel, thus provide ample time and possibility for additional discussions and for interactions between the young and senior participants.

The new Research Centre for Natural Sciences, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, provides an excellent venue for this Advanced Course. The Centre is located in the campus of the ELTE Science University in Budapest, on the Danube bank. The four-star Hotel Leonardo, providing accommodation for all invited speakers and Course participants, is in a walking distance from the scientific venue, near to the city centre.

We hope that for all participants this Course will be a memorable scientific and social event in Budapest, Hungary.

 

The Course Organizers



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Deadlines

  • Applications Opening
    1 Jan 2019
  • Youth Travel Fund Grants
    1 April 2019
  • Applications closing
    1 April 2019
  • Closing times: 23:59 (UTC+01:00)

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