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SIBBM 2018

SIBBM 2018

SIBBM 2018 - Frontiers in Molecular Biology

The SIBBM Seminars gather every year up to 200 participants and, since their start in 2004, have become one of the most successful scientific events in Italy. The meeting offers an exciting opportunity for young researchers and Ph.D. students to talk about their work and experiences. To further promote students’ participation, this year we have included a special offer for Ph.D. students with a reduced fee. Nearly 50% of the talks will be selected from participants’ submitted abstracts also besides the main 2018 SIBBM seminar themes.

During the meeting, the prestigious Chiara D’Onofrio award will be assigned to a young scientist chosen among the selected oral communications and the Francesca Martini prize will be awarded to the best Poster.

When and where:
temporal and spatial regulation of biological processes

The Seminar will be held in Rome, from 20 to 22 June 2018, at Sapienza University of Rome, Aula Magna Rettorato.

Main topics:

Circadian rhythm and cellular function

Transgenerational epigenetic inheritance

Spatial localization of cellular components

Nuclear membrane complexes: regulators of trafficking and chromatin structure

Confirmed Speakers:

“Riccardo Cortese” Lecture
Michael Rosbash · Brandeis University/HHMI, USA
2017 Nobel Laureate in Physiology or Medicine

Monica Ballarino · Sapienza University of Rome, Italy

Armenise Lecture
Marie Laure Baudet · University of Trento, Italy

Serena Carra · Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia, Italy

Rodolfo Costa · University of Padua, Italy

Laura de Donato · RAI-TGR, Italy

Chiara Di Malta · Telethon Institute of Genetics and Medicine, Italy

ABCD Lecture
Anne-Claude Gavin · EMBL, Germany

Jamie Hackett · EMBL, Italy

Ohad Medalia · Zurich University, Switzerland/Ben Gurion University, Israel

EMBO YIP Lecture
Diego Pasini, European Institute of Oncology, Italy

Epigen Lecture
Jean-Yves Roignant · Institute of Molecular Biology, Germany

Isabella Saggio · Sapienza University of Rome, Rome, Italy

EMBL Lecture
Liesbeth Veenhoff · University of Groningen, the Netherlands