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NVBMB Fall Symposium: Post-translational modifications in cell signalling

Waar en wanneer

Datum en tijd


Boothzaal, Universiteitsbibliotheek Heidelberglaan 3 Utrecht Netherlands

Kaart en routebeschrijving

Zo werkt het


The Netherlands Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (NVBMB) each year acknowledges the work of a highly talented young Dutch biochemist or molecular biologist with at least two years of postdoctoral experience. Important criteria include scientific quality, publication in top journals, productivity, creativity, international experience and visibility.

Last year, Simone Lemeer has been awarded with this NVBMB-prize. As part of the prize she’s invited to organise a NVBMB symposium. She will be your host for the day.


09.00-09.15: registration with coffee and tea

09.15-09.25: welcome by prof.dr. G.F.B.P. van Meer
(dean of the Faculty of Science, Utrecht University)

09.25-10.05: Prof.dr. Bernard Kuster (Technische Universität München)

10.05-10.45: Prof.dr. Madelon Maurice (University Medical Center Utrecht)

10.45-11.10: coffee/tea break

11.10-11.50: Prof.dr. Jeroen den Hertog (Hubrecht Institute)

11.50-12.30: award lecture dr. Simone Lemeer (Utrecht University)

12.30-13.30: lunch

13.30-14.10: award lecture by winner Westenbrinkprijs, dr Joost Snijder (University of Washington)

14.10-14.50: Prof.dr. Jesper Olsen (University of Copenhagen)
‘Quantitative Phosphoproteomics of Patient-derived Primary Cells Reveals a
CDK7 Signature in Ovarian Cancer’

14.50-15.15: coffee/tea break

15.15-15.55: Prof.dr. Petra van Damme (VIB, Ugent)
‘Riboproteogenomics of bacterial pathogens’

15.55-16.35: Prof.dr. Michiel Vermeulen (Radboud Institute for Molecular Life Sciences, Nijmegen)

16.35-16.40: closure and drinks