2019년 생화학분자생물학회장 유 지 창

Dear Colleagues and Members of KSBMB,

Firstly, I wish you all for a very prosperous and happy New Year 2020!!

It is my great pleasure to cordially invite you to the International Conference 2020 of Korean Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (KSBMB) on May 20th-22nd in Seoul, Korea.

The KSBMB in this year is celebrating its 72th anniversary and it has grown up now hugely as one of the biggest leading academic societies in the field of Life Sciences and Medicine in Korea, owing to the faithful devotion of the past presidential committees, staffs and ever unsparing participation of the society members over the years.

2020 KSBMB International Conference this year will be held from May 20 to May 22, at Swiss Grand Hotel (Grand Hilton Hotel) in Seoul, Korea. Under the theme of Promoting Biological Research in the Direction of Excellence: PRiDE, KSBMB will be hosting 6 worldly recognized plenary lectures including Dr. Bruce Beutler, 2011 Nobel laureate, and Dr. Randy Schekman, 2013 Nobel laureate, and also 21 symposia covering various research fields, poster sessions and a large numbers of exhibitions of high-tech equipments and technologies by domestic and global companies in order to interact and learn the new trends of change in various areas of science and technologies. There will also be a biomedical Public lecture for teenage students and Young Scientist Program to encourage enthusiastic young scientists.

I am very confident that the KSBMB International Conference 2020 will become a venue for learning and communicating with the latest research results, information sharing and learning so to move together forward in a more mutually beneficial direction.

On behalf of the Organizing Committee, thus I would like to cordially invite you all to this international research festival and also I hope that this upcoming 2020 KSBMB Conference would be a memorable and fruitful event to your research career.

Sincerely,

Ji Chang You, Professor
KSBMB President
Korean Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology