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ATP-Binding Cassette (ABC) Proteins: From Multidrug Resistance to Genetic Diseases

February 27 - March 5, 2010
Hotel Grauer Bär, Innsbruck, Austria

Invitation

Dear Colleagues & Friends:

Several FEBS Advanced Lecture Courses and two Special Meetings established the tradition of the ABC Meetings in Austria. Now, ABC Meetings move to the next stage, and we proudly announce the 3rd FEBS Special Meeting on ABC Proteins - ABC2010, in Innsbruck, Austria.

ABC2010 will cover all basic and applied aspects of ABC proteins, both in normal and cancer cells, as well as their important roles in genetic diseases as well as drug resistance phenomena in cancer or microbial systems.

Leading scientists from all over the world and representatives of major pharmaceutical companies will present and discuss latest news on ABC proteins operating in bacteria, fungi, plants, parasites and humans. We were able to commit numerous leading experts to participate, with many new faces attending as plenary speakers.

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Innbruck, Austria

Karl Kuchler signature
Susan PC Cole signature
Susan Michaelis signature
Katsumitsu Ueda signature
Karl Kuchler
Susan PC Cole
Susan Michaelis
Katzumitsu Ueda

News

February 15, 2010: Programme update: The detailed version of the final scientific programme can now be downloaded from the programme section.

February 10, 2010: Travel Itineraries - To help us arranging for your airport / train station pickup and transport to the venue in Innsbruck, you are kindly requested to complete the online travel form to provide us with your travel details, as well as additional helpful information such as food preferences and social activities.

To access the online travel form, you will have to login at the ABC2010 website, using the same e-mail address you used to register, and the password you received in your registration confirmation e-mail. In case you have forgotten your password, you may use the “Forgotten Password” button, to have your password resent by e-mail. After login, click on the User Profile button in the menu to enter your travel details. 

January 27, 2010: A new section containing detailed information on the social programme has been added to the left menu. A travel from (login required) will also be made available this week where you are kindly requested to enter your travel details and other personal preferences.

January 15, 2010: The E-mails concerning the application status for the meeting attendance acceptance and on the grant status have been sent out to all applicants. If you have registered for the meeting and did not receive such a letter please contact the organizers.

December 7, 2009: Information on Arrival & Departure has been added!

October 31, 2009: The online registration for FEBS-ABC2010 is now open.

October 22, 2009: Information on fellowships and travel grants has been added in the Grants & Fellowships section.

September 24, 2009: The scientific programme has been updated and the official poster of ABC2010 is now available for download in PDF format in the general information section.

September 21, 2009: Due to technical problems the email adress of ABC2010: info@febs­abc2010.org has been unreachable recently. This issue has now been corrected and we apologize for any inconveniences caused.

August 3, 2009: The Website has been updated with new information on accomodation. Further updates will follow shortly.

Organizing Committee

Karl Kuchler (Medical University Vienna, Austria)
Susan PC Cole (Queens University, Canada)
Susan Michaelis (John Hopkins University , USA)
Kazumitsu Ueda (Kyoto University, Japan)

Organizing Institution

FEBS logo FEBS: The Federation of European Biochemical Societies is one of the largest organizations in European life sciences, with nearly 40.000 members distributed among 36 Constituent Societies and 7 Associated Member Societies in 43 countries. FEBS seeks to promote, encourage and support biochemistry, molecular cell biology and molecular biophysics throughout Europe in a variety of ways.

Main Sponsors

The Nagai Foundation logo The Dr. Josef Steiner Cancer Research Foundation
on behalf of its awardee Dr. Victor Ling
Tourism board of  Innsbruck
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Logo PXE Logo Solvo Biotechnology Logo
ECFS Logo Tourism board of  Innsbruck Government of Tyrolia Logo

Sponsors

Horizon Scientific Press Logo Vienna Medical Academy Logo Mpex Pharmaceuticals Logo
Medical University Vienna Logo Max F. Perutz Laboratories Logo University Vienna Logo