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Play an active part in the scientific programme by presenting your work at the 47th FEBS Congress! Read the Call for Abstracts here.
 
Submissions of abstracts for poster and oral presentations across the spectrum of the molecular life sciences are welcome. 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.

Abstracts submitted by the March 9, 2023 deadline may be considered for oral presentations (as ‘Short Talks’ in the Symposia, or as Speed Talks in special Speed Talk Sessions) and for poster presentations. Accepted abstracts will be displayed on the Congress website and app, and collated in an online supplement of FEBS Open Bio.

Abstract topics for the 47th FEBS Congress: 

Cancer
  • Cancer and ageing
  • Immunometabolism in cancer development and therapy
  • The exposome and cancer
Cellular responses to stress
  • Autophagy
  • Cell death, and inflammation
  • Cell metabolism and stress
Future biotech
  • Biotech solutions to current problems
  • Chemical biology
  • Climate change: biochemical CO2 fixation
  • Emerging technologies for the future
Genetics and epigenetics
  • Gene expression / epigenetics
  • RNA biology
Microbes and endosymbionts
  • Host–microbial interactions
  • Innate immune pathogen sensing
  • Mitochondria in health and disease
Protein life cycle
  • Protein life cycle I: Localisation, dynamics, functioning
  • Protein life cycle II: Degradation
  • Protein life cycle III: Ribosomes, folding, chaperones
Supramolecular assemblies
  • Supramolecular assemblies I: Signal transduction
  • Supramolecular assemblies II: RNA–protein complexes, molecular machines
  • Supramolecular assemblies III: Metabolons, multienzyme complexes 
Medical biochemistry
  • Neurobiochemistry (including neurodegenerative diseases)
  • Medicinal biochemistry
  • Food and nutrition in biochemistry
  • Cardiovascular diseases
  • Molecular basis of disease (excluding cancer)
Molecular life sciences education
  • Undergraduate teaching/learning
  • Postgraduate teaching/learning
  • Faculty development
  • Career development