Société Française de Biochimie et Biologie Moléculaire


Ecole thématique du CNRS InteRNAt
Sète, 6-10 octobre 2019
Hervé Seitz et Sophie Mockly
 
 

For more than 20 years, the Gene Transcription in Yeast meeting series biannually brings together researchers using yeast to study mechanisms of gene expression. Owing to the exceptional experimental accessibility of yeasts - in vivo and in vitro, in S. cerevisiae, S. pombe and other yeasts - the yeast community keeps generating both pioneering method development as well as new concepts that often inspired analogous discoveries in the metazoan/human system. The meeting traditionally covers all steps from chromatin to transcription to RNA processing, and integrates different approaches such as structural biology, biochemistry, genetics, cell biology, high-throughput, computational, systems and single-cell technologies. The subtitle “From single molecules to phase separation” reflects both a renewed attention to the individual molecule as well as the will to embrace the exciting discoveries on liquid-liquid phase separation (LLPS) mediating the compartmentalization of many cellular, including nuclear functions. 

http://cnrs-workshop-yeast-transcription.org

The 2020 FEBS Congress 4-9 July 2020, Ljubljana, Slovenia

Opportunities for early-career SFBBM members at the FEBS Congress 2020

SFBBM members may be eligible for two schemes at the 45th FEBS Congress
in Krakow that are aimed at encouraging participation of the next
generation of researchers:

    -FEBS Congress bursaries for early-career researchers presenting
their work at the event
    -FEBS YSF grants for PhD students and postdocs selected to attend the
FEBS Young Scientists' Forum (YSF) before moving on to the FEBS Congress

See the FEBS Congress website, www.febscongress.org
Key deadlines:
Young Scientists' Forum: December 15, 2019
FEBS Bursaries: March 5, 2020
Abstract submission: March 5, 2020