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Play an active part in the scientific programme by presenting your work at the 48th FEBS Congress! Read the Call for Abstracts here.

Submissions of abstracts for oral and poster presentations across the spectrum of the molecular life sciences will be welcome after registration and abstract submission open in November 2023. 

Abstracts submitted by the March 8, 2024 deadline can be considered for talks integrated into the symposia, as well as speed talks and poster presentations. Accepted abstracts will be displayed on the Congress website and app, and collated in an online supplement of FEBS Open Bio.

During abstract submission, please select one topic from the categories below that best describes the content of your abstract: topics will be used for reviewing and indexing purposes, and assignment of oral presentations and poster display at the event.

Research topics

  • Methods and progress in structural biology
  • Proteomics and metabolomics
  • Long ncRNA and microRNA networks
  • Protein post-translational modifications and turnover
  • Protein phase separation and new organelles
  • Towards sustainable use of natural and renewable resources
  • Biochemical strategies in cultural heritage
  • Marine biochemistry
  • Biochemistry of physical activity and health
  • Functional food and human health
  • Impacts of climate change on nutrition and health
  • Membrane biochemistry
  • Redox biochemistry
  • Enzyme engineering and biotechnology
  • Enzyme and cell therapies (medicinal biochemistry)
  • D-amino acids and pathological states
  • Genome editing and gene therapies
  • Epigenome and transcriptome
  • Cancer and metabolism
  • Cancer biochemistry
  • Bioinformatics and AI for precision medicine
  • G-protein coupled receptors
  • Neurobiochemistry
  • Immunobiochemistry
  • Molecular basis of diseases
  • Biosensors
  • Biochemistry for drug repurposing
  • Other topics

Molecular life sciences education topics

  • Undergraduate teaching/learning
  • Postgraduate teaching/learning
  • Faculty and career development

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