Workshop on ‘ABC of tranporters’

The traditionnal meeting 'ABC of membrane transport' will take place on Friday November 30th 2018 in the Bibliothèque of IBPC, Paris. The final program is being finalized. The purpose of this one-day meeting is to give the opportunity to young scientists to present their results and meet/discuss with some 'senior scientists'.(Program)

We are very happy to schedule the three following exciting plenary lectures by:

  • Sylvie Rebuffat (Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle): "ABC-transporters, actors in bacteriocin production, transport and resistance: lessons from microcin J25".
  • Dirk-Jan Slotboom (University of Groningen): "Mechanisms of cobalamin uptake".
  • Olivier Fardel (Rennes-Hospital University): "Interactions of environmental pollutants with ABC and SLC drug transporters".

Workshop on the ‘ABC of tranporters’ is a 1-day workshop. Previous editions took place in Paris at the IBPC (Institut de Biologie Physico-chimique) on Friday October 30th 2017 (Program) and Friday September 13, November 4, 2016 (Program).

RMN-Ile de France Workshop

RMN-Ile de France Workshop is a 1-day workshop and gathers laboratories located in and around Paris working on structural studies of biological macromolecules. Previous edition took place in 2015 at ICSN in Gif-sur-Yvette.

The 2017 edition of RMN-Ile de France Workshop will be hold on the 25th of April 2017 at the Institut de Biologie Physico-Chimique. The workshop comprises two parts: i) The morning talks will be presented by the PhD students or post-docs and ii) The afternon session will be focused on the following theme: RMN in complex media and other "bizarreries" (program ).

The workshop is free but registration is compulsory (registration form). Dead line for registration is March 15, 2017 and the contact is


Workshop on NMR of Biological Solids

Workshop on NMR of Biological Solids is a 1-day workshop on NMR of Biological Solids in Paris, that follows the Alpine NMR conference in Chamonix (

Amphipol workshop

Amphipol Workshops aim at training industrial and academic scientists in the use of amphipols for such applications as membrane protein stabilization, folding, cell-free synthesis and immobilization, drug screening, diagnostics, and structural studies by NMR and electron microscopy. The workshops comprise two parts: i) a series of presentations (Theoretical part), and ii) hands-on training (Practicals).

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