Welcome

A Cautionary Note

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The Organizing Committee



Dear colleagues and friends,


it is our pleasure to invite you to this year's  FEBS ICGEB workshop 'Proteolysis: at the interface between health and disease'.

This workshop aims at addressing current issues, progress, and expansion taking place in the field of proteases, protein inhibitors and their mechanisms of control under physiological and pathological conditions. Several sections will be devoted to proteases, protease inhibitors, regulation and proteolytic control with emphasis on their role in diseases, as well as on novel therapeutic approaches, and in vivo imaging and diagnostic strategies, which tackle protease activities. Additionally, several sections will be devoted to tutoring and mentoring activities, which are crucial for the information and knowledge exchange among senior scientists and early career researchers.

We would like to thank FEBS and ICGEB for making it possible for us to organise this scientific meeting. Thank you also to IUBMB, which supported the meeting and made the IUBMB Lecturer possible.

We are looking forward to seeing you in the enchanting environment of Bled in September!

Boris Turk,
Chair of the organizing committee

Deadlines

  • Applications Opening
    28 March 2022
  • ICGEB Grant
    31 May 2022
  • Youth Travel Fund Grants
    31 May 2022
  • YTF and ICGEB Grant Notification
    30 June 2022
  • Applications closing
    31 July 2022
  • Closing times: 23:59 (UTC+01:00)

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