Biometals 2020 — 12th International Biometals Symposium

July 5 – 9 in Villard de Lans (France). You are invited to attend the 12th International BioMetals Symposium (BioMetals 2020) to be held in Grenoble (France), organized by Dr. Isabelle Michaud-Soret (chair) from the Biosciences and Biotechnologies Institute of Grenoble.

Dear All,

The International Biometals Society (IBS) and the Institute of Metals in Biology of Grenoble (IMBG) organize the 12th International Biometals Symposium “BioMetals2020” in France.

On behalf of the organizing committees (1), we are pleased to invite you to attend this Symposium.

BioMetals2020 will take place from the 5th to the 9th of July 2020 in Villard-de-Lans, a village located close to Grenoble (2) in the beautiful Vercors Mountains.

The purpose of this interdisciplinary meeting is to gather worldwide scientists from chemistry, biochemistry, microbiology and biology and favor international scientific exchanges among participants. The attendants (120 scientists from all around the world) will be stay all together at the Grand Hôtel de Paris.

You are welcome to participate to its success by submitting abstracts for oral communications or posters, and contribute to stimulating scientific exchanges within the BioMetals community. Many slots are dedicated to oral communications that will be selected based on the abstracts by the organizing committee.

Please visit the website at https://biometals2020.sciencesconf.org/ for information and registration

This is your conference!

We are looking forward to see you at BioMetals2020 Symposium

Sincerely,

Isabelle Michaud-Soret,

on behalf of the organizing committee

(1) The organizing committee is composed of Isabelle Michaud-Soret (chair), Patrice Catty, Pascale Delangle, Isabelle Schalk and Christine Cavazza

The international scientific committee is composed of Simon Andrews (UK), Debbie C. Crans (USA), Svetlana Lutsenko (USA), Alain Stintzi (Canada), Hans Vogel (Canada, IBS president), Frank Thevenod (Germany), Pernilla Wittung-Stafshede (Sweden), (USA). The honorary scientific committee is composed of Larry Barton (USA), Pierre Cornelis (Belgium/France) and Günther Winkelman (Germany),

(2) At the foot of the Alps, Grenoble is a medium town in size but one of the largest scientific city in France….and the Tour de France will be there just after the symposium, so you can see it!

Expires on Friday July 31st, 2020

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