We are pleased to invite you to attend the 9th International BioMetals Symposium to be held at Duke University. This meeting will build on the previous eight biennial meetings of the International Biometals Society and will explore new and exciting research in the broad area of metals in biology. This is an interdisciplinary meeting for all scientists with an interest in metal interactions of all kinds in biology. The format will consist of invited and contributed talks and poster presentations, and an opportunity to explore beautiful North Carolina. Duke University is a vibrant comprehensive research university situated in the heart of North Carolina with an adjacent golf course and Sarah P. Duke Gardens. As you plan your travel, please be aware that the Welcome Reception and Plenary Lecture will be held on the evening of Sunday July 13. We will close the conference with a Banquet on the night of Thursday July 17. Plan to depart on July 18.
Join us for an exciting and informative conference.
Al Crumbliss, Duke University, USA
Kathy Franz, Duke University, USA
Dennis Thiele, Duke University, USA
International Organizing Committee
Larry Barton, University of New Mexico, USA
Pierre Cornelis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium
Manuel Lemos, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Nigel Robinson, Durham University, UK
Isabelle Schalk, Université de Strasbourg – CNRS, France
Hans Vogel, University of Calgary, Canada
Guenther Winkelmann, University of Tuebingen, Germany
Local Organizing Committee
Christiana Conti Gooden, Duke University, USA
Claire J. Parker Siburt, Duke University, USA
Monsanto is sponsoring a Poster Competition on the topic of
Metallobiochemistry of Plants.
Prizes will be given.