43rd FEBS congress, Prague (Czech Republic), 7-12 July 2018

The next FEBS congress which will be held in Prague, (Czech Republic) next July 12th 2018, being organized by Professor Thomas Arnesen, Professor Rafael Aldabe and Professor Carmela Giglione will include a specific session entitled “Control of fundamental biological processes by N-terminal modifications”.  This session will cover the details and cutting edge research on N-terminal modifications […]

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“Ubiquitin & Friends” symposium, Vienna (Austria), 4th May 2018

Every year, members of the VBC Ubiquitin club make a great effort to organize the “Ubiquitin & Friends” symposium, which is supported by the campus institutes IMP, IMBA, MFPL and GMI. Leading international scientists in the ubiquitin field will present their latest discoveries and have the chance to intensively interact with students and postdocs in […]

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PROTEOSTASIS Webinar: “20 years and getting stronger – the Ins and Outs of SUMOylation” by Professor Frauke Melchior, 12th December 2017

On the 12th December 2017, PROTEOSTASIS organized, with the support of Bio-Techne, a  Webinar titled “20 years and getting stronger – the Ins and Outs of SUMOylation” and delivered by Professor Frauke Melchior. Professor Frauke Melchior provided an overview of fundamental mechanisms and highlighted recent developments in the analysis and physiology of sumoylation. Hundreds of […]

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Keystone Symposium 2018- Ubiquitin Signaling , California, USA, 28th January 2018-1st February 2018

Dr. David Komander and Dr. Sylvie Urbé, members of PROTEOSTASIS, are the organizers of the Keystone Symposium 2018- Ubiquitin Signaling to be held in California (USA) between 28th January 2018-1st February 2018 counts with 2 members of PROTEOSTASIS. These are exciting times for Ubiquitin research: potential targets for small molecule inhibitors are emerging in a […]

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Ubiquitin family and Cancer, Toulouse, France, 8th of February 2018

The “SYMPOSIUM: Ubiquitin family and Cancer” is organized in the framework of the Marie Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN) “UBICODE” aimed at training the next generation of researchers in the field of ubiquitin and ubiquitin-like proteins. UBICODE will start in January 2018 and it is promoted by several members of PROTEOSTASIS: Manuel Rodriguez (promoter and […]

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8th Proteasome & Autophagy Congress Clermont-Ferrand, France, April 25-27, 2018

The 8th Proteasome & Autophagy Congress will be held at Clermont-Ferrand, France, April 25-27, 2018. It will cover up-to date knowledge on proteolytic systems (Ubiquitin Proteasome System and Autophagy) and their implication in different diseases. Indeed, understanding the molecular processes that control the Ubiquitin Proteasome System and Autophagy is crucial for the development of future […]

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Joint Congress 2017- Spanish Societies of Genetics, Cell Biology and Developmental Biology, Gijón (Spain), 24th-27th October 2017

The Spanish Societies of Genetics, Cell Biology and Developmental Biology organize this joint Congress that aims to foster the exchange of ideas between these relevant fields of Biology. Dr. Rosa Barrio, Chair or PROTEOSTASIS, is a member of the Local Organising Committee. The Congress will support creative crossroad science and will offer young students the […]

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2018 FASEB Summer Research Conference on Ubiquitin and Cellular Regulation will be held at Snowmass, Colorado, June 17 to 22, 2018

The 2018 FASEB Summer Research Conference on Ubiquitin and Cellular Regulation will be held at Snowmass, Colorado, June 17 to 22, 2018. The FASEB-sponsored conference has been held biannually since 1989 and since then it has become the pre-eminent conference for the field of protein ubiquitination. The conference will bring together approximately 150 investigators (junior […]

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2nd IFOM Symposium – Advanced Lecture Course “Ubiquitin-assisted autophagy from mechanisms to pathology”(CO-ORGANIZED BY PROTEOSTASIS)

The chief objective of this course is to present to the newcomers in the field the state-of-the-art knowledge and methodology to study the role of ubiquitin in autophagic processes and in its dysregulation in neurodegeneration. Different topics will be covered each day by three trainers. The program includes lectures, posters, tutorials (“meet the expert” sessions) […]

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In vivo analysis of ubiquitylation and sumoylation (ORGANIZED BY PROTEOSTASIS)

The purpose of this training school is to provide a hands-on practical session on tools and techniques used for the analysis of protein ubiquitylation and SUMOylation in living cells. The course is aimed at early stage researchers (PhD students, post-docs) who are interested in learning ubiquitin/SUMO-related techniques. The practical sessions will introduce diverse methodologies, ranging […]

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