The Federation of European Biochemical Societies is pleased to welcome you to the 36th FEBS Congress that will take place in Turin, at the Centro Congressi Lingotto, in June 2011.

The main theme of the conference is Biochemistry for tomorrow’s medicine, as a global view on the important contribution of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology to the advancement of biomedical research.


The Congress will bring together a forum of experts in the most advanced sectors of biochemistry and molecular biology, particularly those aimed at human medicine. The rich and multidisciplinary scientific programme of the congress will focus on today’s perspectives for the improvement of health conditions, prevention and treatment of human diseases, in particular those representing the major causes of morbidity and mortality.

The FEBS Congress represents a platform for the networking of scientists from Europe and the whole world, giving the possibility for scientific exchange based on the newest developments of biochemistry and molecular biology presented. Another important issue of FEBS Congress is the young scientists community integration and formation given by the satellite Young Scientist Forum, that will take place from 23 to 25 of June. This event, together with the main FEBS Congress, will encourage young scientists interaction with peers in the field and with the whole scientific community.
FEBS Congresses provide opportunities for the presentation of original communications, demonstrations and symposia. Featuring around 2000 attendees and a showcase of the newest advances in biochemistry the annual FEBS Congress is one of the larger bio-congresses in Europe.

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