41st FEBS

The Federation of European Biochemical Societies Congress 2016

41st

FEBS2016
Sep 03 2016 to Sep 08 2016

plenary speakers: 

Sabine Ladstätter
'World Heritage Site Ephesus'
Austrian Archaeological Institute, Austria
 

Sabine Ladstätter is the Director of the Austrian Archaeological Institute, and is Excavation Director at Ephesus.  She holds her degrees from the University of Vienna (Ph.D.) and the Karl-Franzens-Universität (University of Graz), and her areas of specialization are Roman archaeology, landscape archaeology, pottery, and archaeological method. Dr. Ladstätter was named Austrian Scientist of the Year in 2011, and her book "Bones, stones, shards. Adventure Archaeology" was chosen as the best popular science book in Austria in 2014.

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Invited Speakers: 

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Invited Speakers and Symposia/Session Chairs

Adriano Aguzzi, Zurich, Switzerland
Asaph Aharoni, Rehovot, Israel
Bruce Alberts, San Francisco, California, USA
Fatima Al Oraifi, Dublin, Ireland
Uri Alon, Rehovot, Israel
Cecilia Arraiano, Lisbon, Portugal
Alexander Aulehla, Heidelberg, Germany
Clair Baldock, Manchester, UK
Naama Barkai, Rehovot, Israe
Roland Beckmann, Munich, Germany
Milena Bellin, Leiden, The Netherlands
Yinon Ben Neriah, Jerusalem, Israel
Luc Bertrand, Brussels, Belgium
Thomas Blanpied, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Nils Blüthgen, Berlin, Germany
Christoph Borchers, Montreal, Canada
Peer Bork, Heidelberg, Germany
Frank Bradke, Bonn, Germany
Dana Branzei, Milan, Italy
Peter Brodersen, Kopenhagen, Denmark
Michael Brunner, Heidelberg, Germany
Kerstin Bystricky, Toulouse, France
Juan J. Calvete, Valencia, Spain
Joseph Chappell, Lexington, Kentucky, USA
Yi-Ting Chen, Taoyuan City, Taiwan
Vincent M. Christoffels, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Elena Conti, Martinsried, Germany
John Couchman, Copenhagen, Denmark
Selim Çetiner, Istanbul, Turkey
João Pedro de Magalhães, Liverpool, UK
Elisabetta Dejana, Milano, Italy
Nathalie Delzenne, Brussels, Belgium
Claude Desplan, New York, New York, USA
Sven Diederichs, Heidelberg, Germany
Miral Dizdaroğlu, Gaithersburg, Maryland, USA
Bruno Domon, Strassen, Luxembourg
Andrea Doria, Padua, Italy
Tassos Economou, Leuven, Belgium
Ayşe Elif Erson Bensan, Ankara, Turkey
László Fésüs, Debrecen, Hungary
Emmanuel Fragkoulis, Athens, Greece
Peter Fraser, Cambridge, UK
Ora Furman Schueler, Jerusalem, Israel
Maria Garcia Parajo, Barcelona, Spain
Sankar Ghosh, New York, New York, USA
Jan Glatz, Maastricht, The Netherlands
Devrim Gözüaçık, Istanbul, Turkey
Pedro Granja, Porto, Portugal
Francesca Granucci, Milan, Italy
Anja Groth, København, Denmark
Taek Jip Ha, Urbana, Illinois, USA
Vasıf Hasırcı, Ankara, Turkey
Casper Hoogenraad, Utrecht, The Netherlands
Maite Huarte Martinez, Pamplona, Spain
Carola Hunte, Freiburg, Germany
Gül Hüray İşlekel, Izmir, Turkey
Thomas Jenuwein, Freiburg, Germany
Peter Jones, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
Steffen Jung, Rehovot, Israel
Erdal Karaöz, Izmit, Turkey
Michael Karin, Los Angeles, California, USA
Mustafa Hani Khammash, Basel, Switzerland
James Kirkpatrick, Mainz, Germany
Alicia J. Kowaltowski, São Paulo, Brazil
Ulrich Kubitscheck, Bonn, Germany

Marcel Kuntz, Grenoble, France
Sabine Ladstätter, Vienna, Austria
Thomas Lecuit, Marseille, France
Benhur Lee, New York, USA
Birgit Leitinger, London, UK
Daniel Louvard, Paris, France
Jan Löwe, Cambridge, United Kingdom 
Anders H. Lund, Copenhagen, Denmark
Julian Ma, London, UK
Norman J. Maitland, York, UK
Alberto Mantovani, Milan, Italy
Seamus Martin, Dublin, Ireland
Gunter Meister, Regensburg, Germany
Seppo Meri, Helsinki, Finland
Francesco (Frank) Michelangeli, Chester, UK
Thomas Misgeld, Munich, Germany
Felix Naef, Lausanne, Switzerland
Helena Nazare, Aveiro, Portugal
Catarina Oliveira, Coimbra, Portugal
Jasna Omersel, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Anne Osbourn, Norwich, UK
Tomris Özben, Antalya, Turkey
Francesca Palladino, Lyon, France
Magda Polymenidou, Zurich, Switzerland
Jacques Pouyssegur, Nice, France
Jeremy Pritchard, Birmingham, UK
Felix Randow, Cambridge, UK
Stefan Raunser, Dortmund, Germany
Akhilesh Reddy, Cambridge, UK
Pier Giorgio Righetti, Milano, Italy
Burkhard Rost, Munich, Germany
Ferhan Girgin Sağın, Izmir, Turkey
Fahri Saatcioglu, Oslo, Norway
Raffaella Santoro, Zurich, Switzerland
Luciano Saso, Roma, Italy
Stefano Schiaffino, Padova, Italy
Christoph Schmidt, Göttingen, Germany
Gerhard Schütz, Vienna, Austria
Carmine Settembre , Naples, Italy
Jian-Ren Shen, Okayama, Japan
Marianne Skardeus, Skövde, Sweden
Yehuda Shoenfeld, Tel-­‐Hashomer, Israel
Anne Simonsen, Oslo, Norway
Shimon Slavin, Tel Aviv, Israel
Dominique Soldati-Favre, Geneva, Switzerland
Jean-Luc Souciet, Strasbourg, France
Christian Speck, London, UK
Kári Stefánsson, Reykjavik, Iceland
Joann B. Sweasy, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Paul Thornalley, Coventry, UK
Peter Tompa, Budapest, Hungary
Sharon Tooze, London, UK
Anthony P.F. Turner, Linköping, Sweden
Eldad Tzahor, Rehovot, Israel
Kamil Uğurbil, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Bas van Steensel, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
José Viña, Valencia, Spain
Gunnar von Heijne, Stockholm, Sweden
Fiona Watt, London, UK
Paul Wilmes, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg
David Wilson, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Robin Wright, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA
Ahmet Yıldız, Berkeley, California, USA
Tomáš Zima, Prague, Czech Republic