The MSBMB is pleased to collaborate with Taylors University to bring you Viral Infections: Virtual Focused Meeting 2020, with a special webinar on ‘COVID-19: Understanding the Science’.
The webinar will feature speakers that cover topics including the mechanisms of viral infection, disease progression and mechanisms of anti-viral therapeutics, including a Q&A session with the speakers.
As the MSBMB has postponed its regular annual conference to 2021, we take the opportunity as part of the focused meeting to invite abstracts in broader areas below for rapid oral or ePoster presentations. There will be recognition of best poster and best rapid oral presentations. Best of all, participation is FREE this year. Please check out the submission guidelines in the abstract submission page.
Genetics , Epigenetics and Stem Cell Biology
Protein Structure, Function & Dynamics
Diseases – Parasitic, Metabolic, Viral , Bacterial
Lipid, Membrane Biology and Immunology
Bioinformatics and Systems Biology
Drug Discovery and Natural Products
Cancer and Cellular Diseases
Biochemistry – Agricultural, Clinical , Zoological
Abstract submission deadline : 31st October 2020
Date: 19 November 2020 | 2.30 pm - 4.30pm | via Zoom
The MSBMB Special Interest Group (SIG)-Mushroom Science is honored to host the inaugural Mushroom Science Virtual 2020 (MSV2020) meeting.
We are pleased to invite mushroom researchers from all over Asia to gather in this meeting with the aims of stimulating research, encouraging academic exchange and strengthening networking connections. We are providing a platform for young scholars to discuss recent advances and future trends of Mushroom Science to advance their professional development.
The MSBMB Special Interest Group (SIG)-Mushroom Science is a community within MSBMB with a shared interest in advancing knowledge, learning and technology in the area of mushroom science. Members collaborate, communicate, and organize seminars, meetings, workshops and conferences endorsed and supported by MSBMB, working with the national committees. The SIG liases with international mushroom researchers and organizations for collaborations. This SIG hopes to cultivate and encourage active knowledge transmission to address critical issues faced by humankind and generate positive contributions to society.
We welcome your participation and look forward to seeing you in October!
Mushroom Science Virtual 2020