Redox-omic Technologies and their Application in Health and Disease – Summer School Spetses Greece
September 17, 2018 - September 23, 2018
This Summer School will provide leading young scientists and researchers with an understanding of the roles of modern technologies in identifying oxidative changes to biomolecules and enabling our understanding of cellular redox signalling processes, which are important emerging areas of biochemistry and biomedical science. The course will focus on the huge improvements in omics technologies in recent years and how they underpin functional understanding of redox biology. Topics to be covered in lectures, presentations and discussions include: alterations that redox processes make to biomolecules and the principles of redox regulation; novel methods to identifying oxidative modifications to biomolecules and their functional consequences, including genomic, metabolomic, lipidomic and proteomic approaches. Participants will have the opportunity to interact frequently in a relaxed setting with prominent senior scientists in the field from Europe and the US, and to present and discuss their results in poster sessions and oral presentations. In addition to scientific sessions, the course will also inform the young researchers about the scientific framework in Europe and cover principles of equality and diversity.
- Lectures will outline most recent developments in different aspects of redox-omic technologies and their application in health and disease
- Poster sessions and “one poster/three slides” presentations will allow young scientists to present their own work, to seek for helpful discussions and to establish collaborations.
- “Meet the expert” sessions will allow for extensive young/senior scientist discussions.
- Social events will include a boat trip around Spetses Island.
Venue / Travel
The course will be held at Spetses Hotel, which is also reserved for accommodation of students and instructors. The hotel will be automatically booked for all selected students upon confirmation of their attendance.
Spetses is an affluent island and an independent municipality with a population of approx. 4000.
There are no private automobiles in the town limits. The most common modes of transport are walking, horse-drawn carriages, bicycles, mopeds, and motorcycles. Only taxis and delivery vehicles are allowed in the downtown area.
The registration fee covers the stay at Spetses Hotel from September 17 (Arrival) to September 22 (Departure). If you need to stay (an) additional day(s), you will have to pay for it separately and arrange for this by contacting the hotel to book any required extra night(s).
|Spetses Island, 180 50 – Greece
T +30 22980 72 602
F +30 22980 72 494E-MAIL: email@example.com
|Head Office, Athens
T +30 21082 13 126
F +30 21082 10 602
How to get there
All participants should book their travel to Spetses themselves.
There are two alternative ways of getting to Spetses Hotel (see below). Click on any of the steps in the table to get further information.
1. Cheaper, but longer
2. Quicker, but more expensive
Registration will open in December 2017. For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org