The accelerating pace at which biophysical techniques are advancing is driving a revolution in our understanding of life’s processes, from genetic circuits, to metabolic networks, to the functioning of the immune system, and the inner workings of the brain. These developments impact upon a wide, interdisciplinary range of scientific fields, from materials and polymer science, biotechnology, and biosensing to clinical, medical, and pharmaceutical research.
The Biophysical Society of Canada annual meeting offers attendees the opportunity to learn about exciting new developments in Biophysics research and to network with peers from across Canada and further afield.
This year’s BSC 2019 Meeting will take place at the University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM). The University of Toronto, Canada’s largest university, is composed of three campuses with the Mississauga campus (UTM) situated just west of the downtown Toronto core on 225 acres of protected greenbelt. The City of Mississauga has many opportunities for dining, shopping, and sightseeing in the Greater Toronto Area.
The 2019 meeting will commence with an opening reception on May 28th, and run for three full days through the 31st. In addition, all attendees are invited to participate in the trainee symposium that will be held throughout the afternoon on May 28, just prior to the opening reception. The symposium will consist of a series of professionalism and skills development training sessions, as well as provide a venue for trainees to share their research accomplishments and network with their peers.
Topics & Deadlines
The topics addressed in this conference will include:
- Single-Molecule Biophysics
- Cell and Systems
- Disordered Proteins
- Cell Mechanics
- Receptors and Cell Signaling
View our list of keynote and invited speakers.
MARCH 20, 2019
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE:
APRIL 15, 2019