28th FAOBMB and 2nd College of Biochemists of Sri Lanka (CBSL) Conference
11-13 June 2020
Colombo, Sri Lanka
The 28th FAOBMB and 2nd College of Biochemists of Sri Lanka (CBSL) Conference has the theme Biochemistry and molecular biology for the Future Generation. This conference will bring together the biochemists and Molecular Biologists as well as researchers of related disciplines from Asia and Oceania to a single platform where knowledge will be exchanged on how best the potential scientific research needs of the region could be addressed. Come visit the beautiful island of Sri Lanka; the ‘Pearl of the Indian Ocean’ named as the best destination for tourism in 2018 and 2019.
8th Cell Architecture in Development and Disease (CADD) Symposium
1 December 2019
Centre for Cancer Biology, Adelaide, University of South Australia
Annual Scientific Meeting of the Cell Architecture ASBMB Special Interest Group
Satellite Meeting to the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Neuroscience Society
Stephen Robertson (Dunedin School of Medicine, University of Otago, New Zealand)
Jennifer Stow (Institute for Molecular Bioscience, University of Queensland)
Registration and Abstract Submission
Registration is now open (reduced rates for ANS and ASBMB members). Submission of abstracts closes 30 September 2019.
There will be prizes for student oral and digital poster presentations.
37th Australasian Polymer Symposium
10-13 November 2019
Sunshine Coast, Queensland
The Australian Polymer Symposium has a long-established tradition of bringing together the polymer science and engineering communities of Australasia as well as esteemed polymer colleagues from around the world; from the current world-leaders in polymer research to academics, researchers, research students and industrial professionals from universities, research organisations and polymer industry in Australia and around World.
IUBMB Education Conference 2019 in conjunction with the 46th Philippine Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Annual Convention
13-15 November 2019
Manila City, Philippines
The International Union of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (IUBMB) is devoted to promoting research and education in biochemistry and molecular biology throughout the world by uniting biochemists and molecular biologists in 75 countries. The 2019 IUBMB Education Conference is being run in conjunction with the Federation of Asian and Oceanian Biochemists and Molecular Biologists (FAOBMB) and the Philippine Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (PSBMB). The meeting theme is Harnessing Interdisciplinary Education in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.
39th Annual Meeting of the Australasian Neuroscience Society
2-5 December 2019
Adelaide, South Australia
The annual meeting of the Australasian Neuroscience Society (ANS) is one of the largest annual biological conferences in the Australasian region, typically with over 700 delegates. It spans all areas of neuroscience and features international and regional plenary lectures, symposia, oral and poster sessions. ANS meetings have strong postgraduate student and early career researcher representation. The 2019 meeting will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre, which is centrally located in Adelaide (close to accommodation and all amenities), the beautiful capital city of the state of South Australia. Numerous satellite meetings are being planned and will be listed on the conference website as they are confirmed. By visiting our website, you can sign up to stay informed of program developments and registration/abstract submission deadlines.
Molecular Approaches to Malaria (MAM) 2020
23–27 February 2020
Mantra Lorne, Victoria
In 2020, we expect more than 400 delegates over the five days. Our stellar list of speakers will share their knowledge on new strategies to reduce the global burden of malaria. The interactive program will provide ample opportunities for researchers to present their research. In addition to the program, there will be workshops on key themes in malaria biology. MAM 2020 will feature leading experts in the field while providing opportunities for young researchers and scientist from malaria endemic countries to showcase their research through selected talks and posters from submitted abstracts.