Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: Research at the Interface of Biochemistry and Human Health

m includes more than 100 individual presentations of new research findings; seven distinguished award lectures by scientists internationally honored for discoveries such as the molecular basis of the therapeutic action of aspirin, the mechanisms that modulate T-cell response, and the targeting of membrane-spanning receptors by new therapeutic drugs; and an intertwined series of symposia along 10 themes, which cover the major areas of cellular biochemistry. The meeting also includes the usual Society business meetings, receptions (including special receptions for minorities and women scientists), and an exhibit of the complex new technology required for much biochemistry/molecular biology research.

SYMPOSIA. The 10 themes of the symposia series are:

  • Cellular Organization and Dynamics, organized by Harald A. Stenmark, Norwegian Rad. Hospital, with individual symposia on topics such as biosensors and apoptosis.
  • Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics, organized by Charlie Boone, University of Toronto, and Michael Snyder, Yale University, with symposia on topics such as macromolecular machines and proteomics and medicine.
  • Integration of Signaling Mechanisms, organized by Kjetil Tasken, University of Oslo, Norway, with symposia on topics such as informatics and modeling of signaling pathways and genetic and molecular resolutions of signaling.
  • Molecular and Cellular Biology of Lipids, organized by Dennis Vance, University of Alberta, with symposia on topics such as lipids and obesity, obesity and minority populations, regulation of lipid biosynthesis, and how changes in fat cells influence energy metabolism of the organism.
  • Molecular Recognition and Catalysis organized by Jack E. Dixon, University of California at San Diego, with symposia on topics such as catalysis in health and disease and pathogens that intercept mammalian signal transduction pathw

Contact: Sarah Goodwin
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology

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