Category Archives: Conferences & Symposiums

Protein Discovery Summit 2016

Organizer: GTCbio Start date: December 5th, 2016     End date: December 7th, 2016 We invite you to attend the Protein Discovery Summit to be held on December 5-7, 2016 in Boston, MA. The Protein Discovery Summit is the

Novel Cancer Therapeutics Summit 2016

Organizer: GTCbio Start date: November 7th, 2016     End date: November 9th, 2016 We invite you to attend the 2016 Novel Cancer Therapeutics Summit, to be held on November 7-9, 2016 in San Francisco, CA. This summit includes

Biomarker Europe Summit 2016

Organizer: GTCbio Start date: October 5th, 2016 End date: October 7th, 2016 GTCbio would like to invite you to attend our Biomarker Summit Europe 2016 on October 5-7, 2016  in Berlin, Germany! The summit will address the

28th conference of European Comparative Endocrinologists

Leuven, Belgium, August 21-25, 2016 At CECE-2016 we will have the honour of celebrating the 50th anniversary of the European Society for Comparative Endocrinology (ESCE), which endorses the conference. The Society promotes research in endocrinology of all

The European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association (EHBEA)

London, UK, from 5-8 April The European Human Behaviour and Evolution Association (EHBEA) is an interdisciplinary society that supports the activities of European researchers with an interest in evolutionary accounts of human cognition, behaviour and society. EHBEA

European Pharma Summit 2016

Organizer: GTCbio Start date: May 11th, 2016     End date: May 13th, 2016 We invite you to attend the European Pharma Summit 2016, which will take place on May 11-13, 2016 in Berlin, Germany. This event seeks to

NEURINOX gathers top researchers, patients and industry in an international symposium on innovative concepts for treating neurodegenerative diseases

Press release. Geneva, 5 November 2015. Neurodegeneration leads to chronic debilitating diseases, including age-related syndromes like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases and disorders affecting younger people such as epilepsy and multiple sclerosis. A common disease mechanism in neurodegeneration