We are delighted to announce the 2024 Meeting of the International Society of Quantum Biology and Pharmacology (ISQBP).
For the past 50 years, the ISQBP has organized dynamic biennial meetings providing a forum to discuss and extend the impact of computational methodologies in the fields of biology, chemistry, chemical biology, and pharmacology.
This meeting is designed to foster the mission of the society via a small format meeting designed to maximize interactions amongst the participants and to provide an opportunity for young scientists to present their work. This meeting will be held over 4.5 days and will include poster sessions and a meeting banquet.
The conference series provides a comprehensive view of the state-of-the-art of computational chemistry and biology, a venue for promoting interdisciplinary collaboration, but also to honor significant scientific contributions in these fields. In this spirit, the ISQBP awards biennially the Computational Biology award as well as an endowed Lectureship honoring Gilda Loew.
More information about the Society can be found here https://www.isqbp.org/
We are excited to host the 2024 meeting in the historic city of Athens, Greece on May 19-23, and we are looking forward to welcoming you to an inspiring conference!
Dr. Zoe Cournia
President of the ISQBP
Authors are kindly asked to use the provided template to submit their abstracts.
Deadline for oral contributions:
1 March 2024
Notifications for oral contributions:
15 March 2024
Deadline for poster abstract submission:
1 April 2024
The registration fee includes lunches, coffee breaks and the conference dinner.
A separate online registration is required for each participant.
Payment is usually made by credit card or by wire transfer. In case you will select to pay by a wire transfer you will receive a pro forma invoice including the bank account details with a separate e-mail.
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