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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MVB: Meeting on Vesicular Biology (ORGANIZED BY PROTEOSTASIS)

The objective of this meeting is to disseminate the work done by PROTEOSTASIS members in the context of endocytosis, autophagy and extracellular vesicles; foster the discussion among researchers working in different fields of proteostasis, thus promoting the networking; stimulate the debate and crosstalk between different disciplines devoted to proteolysis. This meeting will bring together people […]



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The Proteasome hub: Fine-tuning of proteolytic machines according to cellular needs (ORGANIZED BY PROTEOSTASIS)

Despite the prevalence of intracellular proteolytic events in biological systems and the immense number of studies dealing with regulated intracellular proteolysis, there is presently not a single scientific conference that addresses intracellular proteolysis and its cellular regulation beyond ubiquitin-mediated protein turnover. This is particular striking in light of several recent landmark findings that show an […]



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EMBO Conference Ubiquitin and SUMO: from molecular mechanisms to system-wide responses (CO-ORGANIZED BY PROTEOSTASIS)

The purpose of this conference is to accelerate education and understanding of ubiquitin, SUMO and other UbLs at molecular, cellular and organismal levels and thus facilitate discovery as well as medical or biotechnological translation. The conference will catalyze scientific interactions among participants via lectures, poster presentations, via talks selected from abstracts and by providing ample […]



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N-term 2017. Proteostasis via the N-terminus (ORGANIZED BY PROTEOSTASIS)

This is a joint meeting of researchers interested in N-terminal posttranslational protein modifications (PTMs), the N-end rule pathway, amino peptidases and endoproteases, and subproteomics. The meeting will involve the participation of PIs, postdoctoral and graduate student levels from laboratories working on model and non-model systems throughout all kingdoms. Such a meeting is novel and would […]



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