XI International Conference on Fe-S Proteins
3 June 2024 - 7 June 2024
The XI International Conference on Fe-S Proteins: Function, Biogenesis, and Regulation will be held June 3-7/2024, at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC, USA.
The first ten meetings of this conference series have attracted 120-150 participants from all over the world and from a range of research disciplines, including chemists, biochemists, spectroscopists, molecular biologists, geneticists, and physicians. Previous meetings have been held in alternating locations in the US and Europe every two years and included Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, VA (2000), U. of Marburg, Marburg, DE (2002), U. of Wisconsin, Madison, WI (2005 and 2018), Villard de Lans, France (2007), U. of Georgia, Athens, GA (2009), Girton College, Cambridge, UK (2011), U. of South Carolina, Columbia, SC (2013), Bergamo, Italy (2015), Gulf of St Tropez, St. Maxine, France (2022).
The upcoming meeting in 2024 will focus on 1) sulfur mobilization and iron trafficking, 2) Fe-S cluster assembly and trafficking, 3) Fe-S clusters as sensors and regulators, 4) Fe-S proteins structure and function, 5) applications of Fe-S clusters in medicine, biotechnology, and industry. The program will include talks from invited speakers and several speakers selected from abstracts. We will also take time to honor the distinguished careers and legacies of Professors Dennis Dean and Roland Lill.
Additional details and website information for registration will be shared later this year. Until then, save the date for June 3-7/2024.
We are looking forward to interreacting with you in Winston-Salem.
Patricia Dos Santos and Jeff Boyd