NVBMB Spring meeting 2022: Single Cell Biology - emerging technologies and opportunities

The deadline (May 2) is approaching for this symposium that will be held live at the VU University in Amsterdam on Thursday May 12 from 9:30-18:00h. Join us and emerge yourself in a day of exciting new developments and opportunities in measuring and integrating different aspects of biology at the single cell level in a range of biological systems.

Registration for this meeting is mandatory but free of charge for NVBMB members. We offer hybrid format for people that cannot join in person.

In brief:

  • 8 talks, including one from Rik Lindeboom, winner of the Westenbrink prize 2021/202, and chaired by four junior scientists
  • plenty of time for interactions during coffee and lunch breaks and drinks afterwards
  • during the lunch break the ALV (general assembly) at which we will vote for a new NVBMB board member

To join the ALV, please register for the Spring Symposium. If you cannot attend in person, please contact or one of the local organizers for the ALV Zoom link).

The deadline for registration is May 2nd

More information and registration

Nominate candidates for the Westenbrink prize 21/22 before July 15, 2022

The H.G.K. Westenbrink prize was established by the Stichting Stimulering Biochemie Nederland (SSBN) and is awarded each year to the best PhD thesis in the area of biochemistry and molecular biology in the previous academic year.

We invite you to nominate candidates before July 15, 2022. Please note the following:

  • candidates can only be nominated by their promotor or co-promotor; 
  • candidates have to defend at a Dutch university but need not be of Dutch nationality; 
  • the research should be in the broad area of the molecular life sciences.
Click here for more information about the prize, previous winners, and the nomination procedure
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