More than 100 scientists registered to ProteoCure annual meeting

More than 100 European scientists are already registered to the Annual Meeting of the COST Action ProteoCure in Ljubljana, Slovenia. During 3 days, from May 17 to May 19, they will talk together about projects, collaborations and exchanges to study and drug proteases and protein quality control systems.

Great collaborative spirit at the First annual meeting of ProteoCure

The first annual meeting of the COST Action ProteoCure has been held in the beautiful city of Ljubljana, Slovenia, from the 17th to the 19th of May, 2022. This was the opportunity for 100 European scientists to meet in person and to learn about the new projects and the new developments (both in knowledge and in technology) in a friendly atmosphere.

Second call for STSMs

ProteoCure is launching its second STSM call. The call covers the second year funding period of the Action, i.e. Nov. 2022 – Oct 2023. Short-Term Scientific Missions (STSMs), are exchange visits between labs, to strengthen the network, foster collaborations, and share new techniques and infrastructure. The STSMs are mainly but not exclusively intended for young …

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Amazing EMBO/ProteoCure meeting on Protein termini

The fantastic 2022 #Emboproteintermini meeting co-organized by ProteoCure has been held in the beautiful Bergen last June 8-11: 4 days on everything you ever wanted to know about the N-and C-termini of proteins and never dared to ask! An amazing opportunity for young researchers to discuss and exchange with world-leading experts in many outstanding fields …

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ProteoCure 2022 annual meeting : registration now open !

The first ProteoCure annual meeting will be held in Ljubljana, Slovenia, May 17-19, 2022. More details and registration on the meeting website. Keynote Speakers: Boris Turk (Ljubljana, SI) Wiep Scheper (Center for Neurogenomics & Cognitive Research, NL) Oded Kleifeld (Technion, IL) Ivan Dikic (Goethe University, Frankfurt, DE) Nik Subramanian (Kantify, BE)