February 2012

New! Frontiers in Lipid Biology

Joint meeting with the International Conference
on the Bioscience of Lipids and Canadian Lipoprotein Conference

The conference will focus on the growing recognition that dysfunctional lipid metabolism underlies the development of many human diseases such as obesity, atherosclerosis, metabolic syndrome, liver and lung disease and neurodegenerative disorders. Short talks and posters given by trainees will be emphasized. Major talks will be given by internationally recognized scientists who were selected for their scientific excellence as well as their ability to present their work clearly and logically. The conference is jointly organized by ASBMB, the International Conference on the Bioscience of Lipids and the Canadian Lipoprotein Conference


Sept. 4 – 9

The Banff Center (Banff, Alberta, Canada)
Early registration and abstract submission deadline: June 1
www.asbmb.org/2012LipidBiology 

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Proctor Sipione J. Vance Zhang  

 

Organizers: Dennis Vance, University of Alberta, and organizing committee members Bill Dowhan, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston; Fritz Spener, University of Graz, Austria; Rene Jacobs, University of Alberta; Richard Lehner, University of Alberta; Spener Proctor, University of Alberta; Simonetta Sipione, University of Alberta; Jean Vance, University of Alberta; Dawei Zhang, University of Alberta

 

 

 


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