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The Portuguese Biophysical Society is receiving applications for the SPBf Prize for Young Biophysicist 2019 during January 2019. This prize will award the young first author of the biophysical paper by a Portuguese team that was accepted for publication (with attributed DOI) or published in 2017 in the highest ISI impact factor journal. Please read the regulations here.
17-24 January 2019
University of Cape Town, South Africa
Registration, including travel bursaries, for Biophysics & Structural Biology at Synchrotrons workshop is open, until 16 January 2019.[More...]
Dear SPBf members,
It is a great pleasure to introduce the Portuguese Young Biophysicists (PYBphy) group!
The PYBphy is an affiliated group of the Portuguese Biophysics Society, intended to represent the young researchers (undergraduate, graduated, PhD students and also early post-docs) working in Biophysics.
Our main goals are to dynamize and unite the biophysical community, by organizing events such as meetings and conferences, as well as promoting and diffusing biophysics towards Society and the general scientific community.
Currently, the PYBphy group is represented by a group of PhD students, coming from all across the country.
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All the best
Portuguese Young Biophysicists (PYBphy)
We are pleased to announce that the Young Biophysicist 2018 prize has been awarded to Marta Franco Coimbra Marques (currently at Instituto de Medicina Molecular) for her paper Marta C. Marques, Cristina Tapia, Oscar Gutiérrez-Sanz, Ana Raquel Ramos, Kimberly L. Keller, Judy D. Wall, Antonio L. De Lacey, Pedro M. Matias, Inês A. C. Pereira (2017). "Selenocysteine plays a direct role in the maturation and oxidative inactivation of [NiFeSe] hydrogenases". Nature Chemical Biology, 13(5):451-557. (DOI: 10.1038/NCHEMBIO.2335) reporting work done at her previous affiliation at ITQB NOVA.[More...]