Biophysical Society: 61st Annual Meeting

The Biophysical Societies 61st Annual Meeting will be held in New Orleans, Louisiana on 11th to 15th February this year. The conference aims to bring together scientists working “at the interface of the life, physical, and computational sciences”. The 5 day event includes “Saturday Subgroup” symposia, allowing attendees to meet within their specific scientific communities.

We are delighted to announce that Integrative Biology will be sponsoring the Mechanobiology symposium! The session is chaired by Ewa Paluch from the University of London and includes talks by Ana J. García-Sáez (University of Tuebingen), Nikita Fakhri (MIT) and Kevin J Chalut (University of Cambridge). For more details on the program and to register to attend, visit the conference webpage.

Integrative Biology publishes innovative work in which new biological insights have been achieved through the use of developing technologies from the nano to macroscale. It is a home for all areas of mechanobiology, from molecular to organ scale, experimental, theoretical and computational analysis. If you are working in this area, then we would be delighted if you would consider publishing your work with us!

Interested in Mechanobiology, but can’t make this meeting? Why not read Integrative Biology’s recent themed issue on topic here – 


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