17 - 20 June 2024 - Gothenburg, Sweden
Mucins in Health and Disease 2024 comes to Gothenburg!
We are thrilled to announce that the Mucins in Health and Disease Conference will take place on 17-20 June 2024 in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The conference is a fantastic opportunity to share the latest research and discoveries in the field of mucins, covering topics such as their biochemistry, roles in health and disease, interactions with pathogens, and their potential as therapeutic targets. The conference will feature presentations from leading experts in the field and opportunities for networking with colleagues from around the world.
The conference venue, Quality Hotel 11, is on the vibrant waterfront of Göta älv flowing through the city of Gothenburg known for its beautiful architecture, vibrant cultural scene, and breathtaking archipelago. The conference coincides with the Swedish Midsummer festivities on 21-22 June and conference attendees will have the chance to experience this truly Swedish tradition.
We invite all researchers with an interest in mucins to join us in Gothenburg in June 2024 for an engaging and informative conference that is sure to advance our understanding of these fascinating molecules.
Carolyn Bertozzi (Stanford University, USA)
Maher Abou Hachem (DTU, Denmark)
Ori Avinoam (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel)
Gregg Duncan (University of Maryland, USA)
Deborah Fass (Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel)
Douglas Fudge (Chapman University, USA)
Sandra Gendler (Mayo Clinic, USA)
Nathalie Juge (Quadram Institute, UK)
Bart Lambrecht (University of Ghent, Belgium)
Yutaka Maeda (Cincinnati Children's Hospital, USA)
Stacy Malaker (Yale University)
Ben Medoff (Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard University, USA)
Petar Pajic (University of Buffalo, USA)
Matthew Paszek (Cornell University, USA)
Elisabeth Plender (University of Washington, USA)
Katharina Ribbeck (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA)
Kelly Ten Hagen (NIH, USA)
Dave Thornton (University of Manchester, UK)
Mucins - Past, Present and Future
Evolution of Mucin Genes
Models in Mucin Research
Mucin Biosynthesis and Processing
O-glycosylation of Mucins
Mucins in Cancer
Mucins in Infection and Inflammation
Interactive round-table discussions
Malin Johansson, University of Gothenburg
Thaher Pelaseyed, University of Gothenburg
Christopher Evans, University of Colorado
Karin Strijbis, Utrecht University
WARNING: The conference organization will not reach out to any conference attendees and speakers in regard to hotel reservations. We strongly advise attendees to directly handle reservations with Quality Hotel 11 and not use any other booking services.