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23–25 April 2024 The 3rd International Electronic Conference on Biomolecules


The conference is organized by the MDPI journal Biomolecules and will take place virtually on 23–25 April 2024 (Central European Time)

Conference Chair:
Prof. Dr. Vladimir N. Uversky
Department of Molecular Medicine, University of South Florida, USA

The Topics of Interest

  1. Biomolecular Structures and Functions
  2. Molecular Mechanisms in Cellular Processes
  3. Biomolecular Interactions and Networks
  4. Biomaterials Design and Characterization
  5. Biocatalysis and Enzyme Engineering
  6. Bioinformatics and Computational Biology

Important Dates
Deadline for abstract submission: 23rd February 2024
Notification of acceptance: 20th March 2024
Registration Deadline: 17th April 2024

Guide for Authors

To submit your abstract, please click on the following link:

To register for the event, please click “Event Registration” on the homepage.

For details regarding submission of abstracts, posters, and slides, as well as publication opportunities, please refer to “Instructions for Authors”.

For any enquiries regarding the event, please contact:

We look forward to seeing you at the 3rd International Electronic Conference on Biomolecules.

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Upcoming Partner Conferences (3)

29–30 May 2024 PTMBact 2024

Rouen, France

Post-translational modifications (PTMs) are essential for the regulation of cellular functions in all living organisms. They play roles in bacterial virulence, resistance, biofilm formation, and motility. With the emergence of increasingly resistant bacterial strains, it is now necessary to research new strategies to combat pathogenic microorganisms. In 2016, an English study estimated that if no progress is made in this field, from 2050 onwards, more than 10 million people will die each year from an infection caused by multi-resistant bacteria, i.e., more than the number of people who die from cancer. Targeting the modified residues and/or enzymes involved in these modification mechanisms could be a promising antibacterial strategy, as is currently used in the context of therapies against specific cancers or latent viral infections.

The interest of the scientific community in bacterial PTMs has been growing steadily in recent years, both internationally and nationally. Thus, the PTMBact international congress was established in 2014 and is held every two years.

This conference brings together researchers with multidisciplinary and complementary skills in the following:

  • Microbiology;
  • Mass spectrometry;
  • Bioinformatics;
  • Molecular biology;
  • Biochemistry;
  • Microscopy.

To stimulate discussion and research advances in this area, we also launched a conference Special Issue:

To access more information, please visit the website:

21–25 July 2024 Virus Structure and Assembly Conference 2024

Southbridge, MA, USA

The conference will cover topics and methodologies such as in situ structural virology, viral genomics, new anti-viral treatments, emerging viruses, and pandemic readiness. It is an ideal forum for academic researchers, post-docs, and graduate students as well as researchers from governmental agencies and the private sector. The conference will feature discoveries and methodologies to study viruses, which are crucial to identifying new pharmacological targets and treatments for viral diseases.

To stimulate discussion and research advances in this area, we also launched a conference Special Issue:

To access more information, please visit the website:

3–6 September 2024 XIX International Parvovirus Workshop

Leuven, Belgium

The XIXth  Parvovirus Workshop will take place in Leuven, Belgium, from 3 to 6 September 2024.

It will be an exciting program, covering both cutting edge parvovirology and viral therapeutics is in the making. There will be plenty of social activities, as the conference organizer will be hosting all the attendees in a vibrant university town and the birthplace of Stella Artois.

To access more information, please visit the event website:

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