The Annual symposium of SFBBM and SBNET, SWEPROT, will present some of the most exciting recent breakthroughs in structural biology combined with biophysics and molecular biology and the most recent research from a strong and vibrant national community. The program for 2019 will again be of the highest international quality with the invited keynote speakers being world-leading scientists.
Structural and molecular biology has long been a strong area of Swedish science, and the symposium is a node for scientific exchange for PIs, post docs and PhD students working in Sweden within molecular life science and has remained so through a generation switch of PIs. The meeting attracts the community of senior and junior scientists by inviting keynote speakers of the highest international standard, and by offering the opportunity for young people to present their own work in both oral and poster presentations. The meeting has a strong intention to promote the next generation of young scientists by allowing them to network and present their research to top international scientists as well as to the Swedish community. PhD-students (including Master students and Post-docs) that submit a poster abstract can register at reduced cost. Please note that the number of registrations at this reduced fee are limited.
The format, and rather broad topic coverage, of the conference allows the Swedish molecular life science community to get updated with cutting edge new results and techniques as well as interact with the world-leading invited researchers that pioneers them. The meeting is a key component to keep the Swedish community at the forefront of this rapidly developing field. In a time where our methods are applied in diverse areas of life science ranging from the basic biology and biochemistry of life to cancer research, drug design and biotechnology, for many scientists this is the general update meeting of the year, as we otherwise go to specialized meetings for our specific areas of interest. The meeting thus has a central role in forming the culture, collaboration and expertise of the Swedish molecular life science community.
This meeting typically attracts 120-170 participants.
The registration opens on Friday at 16.30 and closing will be on Monday after lunch (13:30).
Transfer to/from Åkerblads from/to the railway station is booked on firstname.lastname@example.org , give your arrival and departure times upon booking. Fee 100 kr/transfer and person, non cancellable.
Welcome to SWEPROT 2019, 14-17 June in Tällberg!