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2017 Haemochromatosis International Satellite Meeting

This meeting will be held on the UCLA campus on Friday, 12th May 2017 in the MacDonald Research Building, 1st Floor, Room 1-441.

For more information please contact the HI executive Office at:
info@haemochromatosis-international.org.

Job Posting

Postdoctoral Position Available at the National Institutes of Health
Iron Chaperones and the Distribution of Iron Cofactors within Cells

Posted: April 11, 2017
Postdoctoral position available to study the distribution and utilization of iron cofactors within mammalian cells and tissues.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Thomas H. Bothwell.

IN MEMORY OF PROFESSOR THOMAS H. BOTHWELL

Professor Tom Bothwell passed away on Saturday November 12th at the age of 90. His contribution to the understanding of internal iron exchange and iron nutrition was seminal work in the field. The funeral was on Wednesday November 16th in Cape Town. To read about his contribution to the study of iron and the metabolism please see the article The scientific writings of Tom Bothwell and his contribution to iron metabolism originally published in Bulletin of the Adler Museum of Medicine. 2006;32(1):18-21... Read More

(Posted: November 21, 2016)

BIOIRON 2017

7TH CONGRESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL BIOIRON SOCIETY
May 7 – 11, 2017

UCLA

BioIron 2017 will be in Los Angeles, at UCLA, at the Luskin Conference Center, on May 7 – 11, 2017.

Call for Late-Breaking Abstracts
Opens: January 9, 2017
Closes: March 31, 2017

MEETING INFORMATION

ONLINE REGISTRATION

PROGRAM SCHEDULE — Pre Course

PROGRAM SCHEDULE — 7th Congress

Late-Breaking Abstract Submissions

   

International BioIron Society
Two Woodfield Lake
1100 E. Woodfield Road, Suite 350
Schaumburg, IL 60173
P: 847-517-7225 | F: 847-517-7229
info@bioiron.org

The International Bioiron Society (IBIS) was founded to advance knowledge about the biological and medical roles of iron and the processes in which it participates with particular reference to those processes of medical and industrial importance. IBIS's specific objectives are to provide a forum for discussions, to promote research and its publication and advance public education on iron chemistry and biology as well as on disorders due to iron deprivation or excess

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