Dr. Niki Chondrogianni (NHRF, Greece) was an invited speaker at the LPI 12th Biennial Diet & Optimum Health Conference in Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. Her participation was co-sponsored through a PROTEOCURE Dissemination Conference Grant. Dr. Chondrogianni’s talk entitled “Healthspan-inducing natural and bio-inspired chemical compounds targeting the proteasome” was presented on the 20th of September, […]
Video edition: Laëtitia Poidevin (CIPF, Valencia, Spain)
ProteoCure supports different types of meetings organisation (both ProteoCure meetings or and meetings co-organised by ProteoCure). These meetings should be in line with ProteoCure’s objectives and be of interest to ProteoCure members.
ProteoCure provides financial support for the organisation of Training Schools aiming at training researchers and innovators in highly specialized topics which are in the scope of the Action, or at reaching specific results (e.g., data collection or analysis, training on methodologies developed by the Action) in support of the objectives of the COST Action.
ITC Conference Grants are directed to young researchers from Inclusiveness Target Countries / Near Neighbour Countries for their participation in high-level conferences not organised nor co-organised by ProteoCure. It provides contributions for travelling, accommodation and subsistence expenses, registration fees, and printing of the scientific poster.
Dissemination Conference Grants cover the expenses of ProteoCure members who are invited as speakers at meetings (only travel or subsistence expenses not covered by the meeting are eligible) and who commit to devote part of their talk to disseminating information about ProteoCure, in line with our COST Action Science and Communication Plan.
Description: The University of Cambridge wishes to appoint a post-doctoral scientist to join the research group of Professor Heike Laman in the Department of Pathology. We are searching for a highly motivated scientist to investigate ubiquitin biology and its role in sperm morphogenesis with the ultimate aim of understanding and treating male infertility. Infertility is