April 2011

2011 ASBMB Special Symposia Series

This year's symposia will offer a unique experience via six biochemistry themes being held July 20 – Oct. 30 at a variety of locations.

The American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology’s Special Symposia Program was developed with two primary goals: to bring scientists together in a unique environment that fosters interactive discussions on the latest cutting-edge research, and to provide students and young investigators the opportunity to highlight their research. In 2010, more than 450 scientists participated in the symposia series, including oral and poster presentations from 150 graduate and postdoctoral students.

This year, the symposia series will continue to offer a unique experience via six biochemistry themes being held July 20 – Oct. 30 at a variety of locations, including Richmond, Va.; Pacific Grove, Calif.; Guangzhou, China; Snowbird, Utah and Tahoe City, Calif. Registration and abstract submission are now open for all meetings. Key deadlines for each symposium are included in the following articles and online. Also, don’t forget to use the Tell a Friend link to invite colleagues to join you at a meeting.

2011 ASBMB Special Symposia

 Student-Centered Education in the Molecular Life Sciences II
July 20 - 23
Richmond, Va.

Recent Advances in Pathogenic Human Viruses
July 24 - 26
Guangzhou, China

Na, K-ATPase and Related P-ATPase: Structure, Biology and Medicine
Sept. 27 - Oct. 2
Pacific Grove, Calif

Cellular Traffic of Lipids and Calcium at Membrane Contact Sites 
Joint Meeting with the Biochemical Society
Oct. 6 - 9
Snowbird, Utah

Chemical, Synthetic and Systems Biology: New Directions of Biochemistry in the 21st Century
Oct. 12 - 16
Snowbird, Utah

Gene Regulation by Non-Coding RNAs
Oct. 27 - 30
Tahoe City, Calif.

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