Oksana Palchevska

Post-Doc, UAB
  • UAB
  • United States of America
With about 5200 members from institutes of higher education, research centers and industry the German Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (GBM) is the leading body of bioscience experts in Germany. Steeped in tradition the GBM can look back on a long history reaching back to the nineteenth century. Its work focuses on one of the most dynamic and promising research fields of our time: the molecular biosciences in all of its manifestations like biochemistry, molecular biology, and molecular medicine. The GBM hosts scientific meetings and conferences including the annual Mosbacher Kolloquium, the biennial GBM Fall Meeting and the GBM study group conferences. It supports students and the next generation of scientists, confers awards and honors, and takes part in trade fairs and conferences. The GBM represents the interests of all who work and research in the dynamic and promising disciplines combining chemistry, medicine, and biology – from first year students to heads of institutes, from junior scientists to Nobel Prize winners – and promotes research and teaching, the implementation of scientific findings in biotechnology and medicine, and their publication. The international GBM meetings are a platform for sharing information on the latest developments in molecular biosciences with leading experts on the represented sectors. The network of contacts extends to all German universities and a large number of major research centers.
Kelly Blust

PhD-Student, Royal Institute of Technology

Brooke Morriswood

junior group leader, University of Würzburg

Ulrike Klenke

Scientific Program Analyst, National Institutes of Health, Office of Intramural Training and Education

LS2 (Life Sciences Switzerland), formerly USGEB, is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing biological sciences within Swiss Academic Community, and to addressing the social and ethical issues raised by the rapid progress of life sciences.

'FEBS Communications' posts general items from the FEBS Network Team as well as news on FEBS events and other activities.

The Postdoc and Fellows Development Centre (PFDC) has been providing support for research staff at Imperial College London since 2009. The PFDC provides multiple opportunities for early career researchers to appraise their skills and further develop these for the workforce.

Elena Layunta Hernández

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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.

FEBS Letters is renowned both for its quality of content and speed of production. Bringing together the most important developments in the molecular biosciences, FEBS Letters provides an international forum for Minireviews, Research Letters and Hypotheses that merit urgent publication.
Nataliya Finiuk

Junior Scientist, ​Institute of Cell Biology National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

Iryna Horak

Junior researcher, Palladin Institute of Biochemistry, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

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.
Molecular Oncology is an Open Access international journal that highlights new discoveries, approaches, as well as technical developments, in basic, clinical and discovery-driven translational cancer research.
Christine Zardecki

Deputy Director, RCSB Protein Data Bank

Oksana Palchevska

Post-Doc, IIMCB