All announcements from SPBf (including calls for applications for bursaries and prizes) are made through our newsgroup.[More...]
International School of Nanomedicine
20-25 July, 2022, Erice (Sicily) – ItalyMore...]
25 – 29 July 2022 | Bilbao, Spain[More...]
“The biophysics of ligand-gated ion channels: from structures to drug discovery” will run from May 23 to 25.[More...]
The Portuguese Young Biophysicists, from the Portuguese Biophysics Society, has the pleasure to invite the scientific community to the 2nd Meeting of Young Biophysicists, the “Biophysics Festival”, which will be held in Aveiro on the 3rd June 2022.[More...]
It is our great pleasure to present the 8th International Iberian Biophysics Congress that will take place in Bilbao, on the 20th-21st of June 2022, in an in-person format. The meeting is being organised as a joint effort by the Portuguese and Spanish Biophysical Societies and brings together researchers and students based in the Iberian Peninsula and Europe, who are interested in and working on the most recent advances in the field of Biophysics.[More...]
November 8-9, 2019
We are pleased to announce that the SPBf Young Biophysicist 2022 prize has been awarded to Tatiana Cereija (IBMC/i3S, University of Porto), for the paper: (2021) "c-di-AMP, a likely master regulator of bacterial K+ homeostasis machinery, activates a K+ exporter", Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U. S. A. 118(14):e2020653118. doi: 10.1073/pnas.2020653118. The winner will present this work on the 8th International Iberian Biophysics Conference, which will be held on the 20th and 21st of June 2022 at Bilbao (Spain).[More...]
Message from the new President of the Portuguese Biophysical Society[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)