Susanna Gevorgyan (She/Her)

PhD student, University of Hamburg
FEBS Junior Section

Junior Section, FEBS

The FEBS Junior Section is organised by students and young researchers from some FEBS Constituent Societies. They develop joint activities, such as online talks and other events, and share resources, as well as open doors for young European scientists to opportunities outside their home countries by providing the relevant contacts and fostering communication within the network.
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Alain Krol

Professor and CNRS senior scientist emeritus - Chair FEBS Excellence Awards and Fellowships Committee, CNRS and University of Strasbourg

Mary Purton

Publisher, FEBS Press

I obtained my PhD in plant molecular biology from the University of Nottingham and have spent the past 30 years in science publishing. I've worked for various journals, including Nature and Trends in Biochemical Sciences, and also edited many books. I was the Executive Editor of FEBS Open Bio from its launch in 2011 until 2019.
Fabien Bourlon

Researcher, Centro de Investigacion en Ecosistemas de la Patagonia

Biochemistry in Motion

Non-profit youth association, SEBBM Junior Consuls

Biochemistry in Motion (BeM) is a non-profit youth association whose aim is to spread the scientific word and to strengthen bonds between scientists.
Falling Walls

International platform connecting science, business and society. Which are the next walls to fall?, Falling Walls Foundation

Gohar Sevoyan

Junior Researcher, L. Orbeli Institute of Physiology

The FEBS Journal is an international journal devoted to the rapid publication of full-length papers covering a wide range of topics in any area of the molecular life sciences.
Young-NVBMB

Junior Section of NVBMB, NVBMB

Young-NVBMB is the Junior Section of the Netherlands Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NVBMB). It is a collaboration between NVBMB and several student organizations in the field of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology across the Netherlands (e.g., GLV Idun, SV Mens, ULSV Amino, CODON, and SvBMT Protagoras). Young-NVBMV was set up in 2021 to support the career development and networking opportunities of students and young researchers in the molecular life sciences in the Netherlands. Young-NVBMB organise and deliver their own activities under the supervision of their Society and all members of the Junior Section are members of NVBMB. Young-NVBMB are also part of the FEBS Junior Section. To find out more about Young-NVBMB read their overview post and check out the online talks and other activities they deliver, accesible from the 'Popular contributions' section below.
FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE conference

Organising committee, FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE

Initially funded by the European Commission’s Horizon 2020 programme, the first four ENABLE conferences were held in the cities hosting the headquarters of the four entities leading the project: the Institute for Research in Biomedicine (IRB Barcelona) in Barcelona, Spain; the Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences (RIMLS) in Nijmegen, The Netherlands; The Novo Nordisk Foundation Center for Protein Research (CPR) in Copenhagen, Denmark; and the Scuola Europea di Medicina Molecolare (SEMM), in Milan, Italy. In this new cycle of conferences, FEBS, IUBMB and the four core ENABLE institutions have joined forces to share ENABLE best practices with other international research institutions. To this end, in addition to the four core research centres, other institutions can apply to become associated centres and host one of the events. For the 2024 event, FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE will actively search for an associated centre in a non-European country to ensure that one of the events is held on another continent.
Brooke Morriswood

former group leader, University of Würzburg

I write a blog called Total Internal Reflection about the human side of science. Postings are generally either opinion/commentary (either serious or silly) or "How To" pieces aimed at improving young scientists' soft skills.  A longer biography and manifesto are on the blog here.
Scott Hayes

Postdoc Fellow, Wageningen University

The Spanish Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (SEBBM) was founded in 1963, currently has more than 3370 members and is the main scientific society that coordinates activities in Spain related to the extensive field of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. SEBBM protector members: Bio-Rad, Eppendorf, Fisher Scientific, Control Técnica, Waldner, Merck, ASEBIO and Promega.
Launched in 2011, FEBS Open Bio is an online-only open access journal for the rapid publication of research articles in molecular and cellular life sciences in both health and disease. The journal's peer review process focuses on the technical soundness of papers, leaving the assessment of their impact and importance to the scientific community.
Carolyn Elliss

Communications and Projects Manager, FEBS

I've long been inspired by the life sciences and have a background in scientific editorial work. At FEBS, my roles have spanned communications, website development, event organization and more – all aimed at improving the services FEBS offers the molecular life science community.
ÖGMBT-YLSA (Young Life Scientists Austria)

Young Life Scientists Austria, ÖGMBT-YLSA

ÖGMBT-YLSA is the Junior Section of the Austrian Association of Molecular Life Sciences and Biotechnology (ÖGMBT). It was set up in 2016 to support the career development and networking opportunities of students and young researchers in the molecular life sciences in Austria. ÖGMBT-YLSA organise and deliver their own activities under the supervision of their Society and all members of the Junior Section are members of ÖGMBT. ÖGMBT-YLSA are also part of the FEBS Junior Section. To find out more about ÖGMBT-YLSA read their overview post and check out the online talks and other activities they deliver, accesible from the 'Popular contributions' section below.
The Biochemical Society and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Portland Press, work to support innovation and the advancement of the molecular biosciences. This is achieved through the circulation of knowledge and the sharing of ideas and research across the scientific community for the benefit of society at large. Key member benefits include: access to grants and bursaries, reduced registration fees at Biochemical Society conferences, training events and workshops, and personal online access to the Biochemical Journal and Biochemical Society Transactions.