Professor of Biochemistry & Molecular Biology,
Complex Carbohydrate Research Center,
University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Title: Nutrient Regulation of Signaling and Gene Expression by O-GlcNAc
Professor, Department of Cell Biology,
Harvard Medical School,
Title: Regulation of the Proteasome: From Basic Mechanisms to Disease Therapy
Senior Investigator, Section on Molecular Morphogenesis, NICHD/DIR, NIH,
Title: Epigenetic Modifications in the Regulation of Developmental Timing and Rate by Thyroid Hormone Receptor
Isaac Morris Hay & Lucille Elizabeth Hay Professor, Director, Department of Cell Biology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
Title: Excitable Networks in Directed Cell Migration
Professor, Department of Molecular Cell Biology, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel
Title: Adhesion-Mediated Signaling in Cancer Progression
Professor, Department of Cell Biology,
Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Title: Cell Surface Receptors - Direct Interactions with the Machinery for Translation and Transcription
CEB-2020 connects life sciences and biomedical researchers from all over the globe to network and share cutting-edge research that leads to new breakthroughs and their career advancement. This meeting is focused to deliver top notch scientific lectures in the fields of anatomy, biochemistry, cell and molecular biology, investigative pathology, pharmacology, and physiology.
The conference provides a world class platform to kick-start the emerging carriers of young researchers and entrepreneurs by encouraging a dialogue between speakers and delegates through its well-planned agenda. It also provides equal space for panel discussions to exchange perspective thoughts among experts in the field. There will be on-the-spot interactions which are sometimes difficult to achieve through normal presentations. This conference tries in best to deliver rigid-agenda discussions, capacity constraints and to enable an open, free-flowing discussions.
The audience and speakers at CEB-2020 will be from different countries and subject backgrounds to foster cross-pollination between different research fields and to discuss innovative theories, frameworks, applications, latest research results and effective methods in the field of cell and experimental biology.
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The conference comprise of all scientific lectures in the fields of Cell and Experimental Biology:
Be a part of stimulating discussions at CEB-2020 by triggering an exchange of viewpoints among experts in experimental biology. There will be on-the-spot interactions which are sometimes difficult to achieve through normal presentations. Our aim at CEB-2020 is to facilitate exchange of diverse viewpoints to bring out more value to our audience through panel discussion.
To support and encourage young scientists and entrepreneurs, an opportunity will be given to share their work through an oral presentation. This will help them to gain confidence and get feedback directly from experts in different domains of cell biology research and healthcare.
The best student poster grant will be given through Poster competition at CEB-2020. The competition will encourage the innovative research work by the graduate or undergraduate students and post-doctoral research fellows who will be selected to present their work in the form of posters.