This one day international symposium is supported by a mini-grant from Biophysical Society (USA), Department of Biotechnology (Goverment of India) and Indian Institute of Technology Bombay. This symposium aims to bring together Indian researchers, postdocs, students and selected international researchers working in the fields of microtubules and microtubule based motor proteins. This event would provide a platform for many young researchers, postdocs and students to discuss their work and explore collaborations and networking with leading national and international researchers in the field. The symposium will consist of multiple oral presentations as well as a poster session to highlight and discuss new results of participants. Some of the submitted abstracts will be considered for short oral presentations.
To promote interactions and collaborations among biophysicist from western region in India, we are offering lowest registration rates to students and faculty members of the biophysics-pashchim member institutes i.e. IIT Bombay, TIFR Mumbai, NCL, IISER Pune and ACTREC.
To enhance interaction among biophysicist, we encourage poster presentation by students and researchers using various biophysical methods, tools and techniques to study biological systems/phenomena at molecular and cellular scales.
Registration will start from July 10th, 2016. You will be asked to upload pdf/word file of your abstract for short oral presentation/poster presentation in the prescribed format. Registration fee does not includes cost of accomodation. It only cover cost of breakfast/lunch and tea/coffee breaks on the day of symposium. While submitting abstract, please indicate whether you would like your abstract to be considered for short oral presentation. Registration fee is non-refundable.
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We will not be able to provide conference kit to participants who complete the registration after December 2, 2016. Abstract submitted after December 2 will not be included in the abstract book.