24th Euroconference on Apoptosis – Cell death in health and disease

The ECDO Conference on Cell Death has a long tradition of scientific excellence and lively debate, and the format of the conference, with its emphasis on poster sessions and oral communications, together with communal lunches and social programs, creates an ideal environment for stimulating discussion and contact between participants at all levels. The ECDO conference […]

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Plant Proteostasis: towards a green based industry

The goal of this workshop is to bring together experts in basic and applied plant sciences, and experts in plant industrial uses beyond the food industry, specifically those involved in the conversion of biomass into renewable materials and energy, to identify current challenges and to seek solutions for the transition to a sustainable economy. This […]

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EMBO Conference on Ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like modifiers: From molecular mechanisms to human diseases. PROTEOSTASIS MC and WG Meetings.

PROTEOSTASIS co-organizes this conference in collaboration with EMBO. The meeting organizers are Dr. Ivan Dikic (member of WG2) and Janos Terzic (member of WG2). The co-organizers are Frauke Melchior (member of WG3) and Ron Hay (member of WG3). This meeting centers on Ubiquitin and Ubiquitinlike proteins from molecular mechanisms to human diseases, which are priority […]

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7th Proteasome and Autophagy Workshop

PROTEOSTASIS organizes this conference, which will cover up-to date knowledge on proteolytic systems (Ubiquitin Proteasome System and Autophagy), their implication in different pathologies and potential therapeutic strategies. This conference is the natural follow-up of a series of well-known and recognized conferences organized in previous years. This year, organization correspond to PROTEOSTASIS through the organizers Didier […]

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11th International Meeting on Yeast Apoptosis

PROTEOSTASIS will co-organize, through the PROTEOSTASIS member Paula Ludovico (WG2), the 11th International Meeting on Yeast Apoptosis which aims to join enthusiastic researchers that exploit yeast as a preferential cellular model to study regulated cell death, aging and stress response pathways. The scientific program includes keynote, invited and selected lectures, as well as poster presentations […]

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International Insect Hormone Workshop 2015

This meeting brings together researchers interested in the molecular biology and physiology of insect hormones, including – but not limited to – ecdysteroids, juvenile hormones and insulin. This meeting brings together top scientists from Europe, America and Asia who’s research interest is centered on the regulation of organ growth, behavior and metabolism by hormones. The […]

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Science+ Meeting

Science+ is a meeting where different career options that exist in the field of science, and especially in the European context are discussed. Presentations and panel discussions are delivered by researchers and other professionals with extensive experience in research, journalism and scientific publishing, corporate R & D, promotion and funding of R & D. Science […]

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EMBO Workshop: The regulation of aging and proteostasis

Homeostasis is critical for cellular and organismal functionality, survival, and lifespan. Organisms respond to environmental insults by activating transcriptional and post-transcriptional programs, which promote protein homeostasis (proteostasis). Proteostasis is regulated by several transcription factors including the heat shock factors (HSF), and the forkhead (FOXO) factors as well as by the unfolded protein response (UPR) and […]

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Bi-annual meeting of the « Cellular Proteolysis » group of the French Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

The objective of this meeting is to follow scientific developments in cellular proteolysis in both physiological and pathological contexts. In all living organisms, proteins are produced during a process called “protein synthesis” and degraded in a process called “proteolysis”. These cellular mechanisms contribute to the continuous renewal of certain proteins in the fine regulation of […]

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