The congress will cover the entire spectrum of molecular biosciences with topics on
- Biomolecules and their assemblies: from structure and dynamics to function
- Multiscale biochemistry of membranes and membrane proteins
- Energy for life - principles and diversity of biological energy conversion
- Biophysical chemistry and cell biology of interfaces and functional phase separation
- Computational biophysics and biology
- Imaging molecules of life
- New technologies for molecules in Life Sciences
- Cell biology meets systems and synthetic biology
- Signal transduction and diseases
- Structure-function-relationships regulating signaling events
- Supramolecular chemistry on proteins
As evident from this list of topics, not only protein-protein interactions are in the focus of the congress, but importantly the underlying dynamics that shape the interactions, networks and communication pathways.
The goal of this conference is to bring together leading experts, students, young investigators and industry representatives to address recent developments and insights into the molecular basis of life and their consequences.
During the conference prestigious awards including the Otto Warburg Medal and the Fritz Lipman Lecture will be given and special keynote lectures will highlight the main topics of the conference.
Please save the date and join us in Düsseldorf!
More information is available on the website https://molecular-basis-of-life.org/
Registration and abstract submission is possible via the conference website.
Early registration and abstract submission deadline: June 14th, 2022
Submit your abstract now! Additional (young) researchers will be selected from the submitted abstracts to present their research in 12 long and 38 short lectures during the conference.
List of already confirmed speakers:
- Jörg Bewersdorf, Yale, USA
- Dorothee Dormann, Mainz, Germany
- Christos Gatsogiannis, Münster, Germany
- Johannes Messinger, Uppsala, Sweden
- Edda Klipp, Berlin, Germany
- Tanja Kortemme, San Francisco, USA
- Andrea Musacchio, Dortmund, Germany
- Felix Randow, Cambridge, UK
- Peter Rehling, Göttingen, Germany
Otto Warburg Award:
- Petra Schwille (Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry, München, DE)
Fritz Lipmann Lecture:
- Monika Fuxreiter (University of Padova, Department of Biomedical Sciences, Padua, IT)
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