Francesca Ester Morreale Thursday, February 22nd 2024, at 13.00 CET Enabling targeted protein degradation in bacteria Francesca Ester Morreale is a Group Leader at the Francis Crick Institute, her research group focuses on establishing targeted protein degradation technology in bacteria. Ester obtained her PhD in Pharmaceutical Sciences in 2014 from the University of Messina (Italy). She […]
ProteoCure will provide travel grants for members of ProteoCure laboratories to attend the 3rd ProteoCure Annual Meeting in Warsaw, 7-10 May 2024: https://proteocure2024.sciencesconf.org Call application deadline: 15 March 2024 Approval of proposals: 3 April 2024 To apply, please follow the instructions below. 1. Conditions for applicants– Applicants must be part of a ProteoCure member laboratory,
Joint SFRR-Europe /IUBMB/FEBS Advanced Lecture Course 2024: “Redox Biochemistry: Cellular Responses and Disease Relevance”
The course “Redox biochemistry: cellular responses and disease relevance” will focus on recent developments in this exciting field of redox biology. Well-established scientists from Europe and the Americas who are at the forefront of their field will present key aspects of this topic: redox control, signaling and cellular adaptations, downstream outcomes. Being especially critical, we
Date: September 16 -20, 2024 (*) in memoriam of the late Prof. Dr. Ulrich auf dem Keller, former ProteoCure member and Denmark representative to ProteoCure Management Committee Mass spectrometry-based proteomics is widely used in many research projects, such as in the context of PROTEOCURE, with its focus on protein processing. Despite its common usage, many
Ambre SALA Thursday, February 15th 2024, at 13.00 CET Regulation of organismal proteostasis and stress resilience by reproductive and metabolic cues Ambre Sala is a group leader at the Institute for Integrative Biology of the Cell (I2BC), in Gif-sur-Yvette. She is interested in the mechanisms that orchestrate proteostasis in different cell types and their impact
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.
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.