Bio-Gene-Sys 2018
National Symposium on Trends in Biochemistry in Post-Genomic Era

Hosted By
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
Pondicherry University

A Students' event for Promotion of Scientific Temperament
February 27 - 28, 2018, Pondicherry University, India

Online Registration NOW OPEN                                              Offline Registration is also available                                              Early Registration Extended upto 29-01-2018
 

Important Dates

Events Last Date
Registration
Pre-Event School Competition 05.02.2018
Competitive Events
for Graduate Students
10.02.2018
Abstract Submission
Early Registration 15.01.2018
Late Registration 10.02.2018
Confirmation of Registrations 12.02.2018
Acceptance of Abstract 15.02.2018

About the Event & Symposium


Bio-Gene-Sys 2018 was initiated last year on 28th of February, 2017, as a one-day event in conjunction with the National Science Day to provide the graduate students an open platform to discuss science outside the limits of their curriculum and to encourage and reward their capabilities in discussing and presenting recent concepts of scientific knowledge based on their individual interests.

This year the program has been extended to a two day event and thus Bio-Gene-Sys 2018 will be held during 27 - 28th February 2018.

The First day of Bio-Gene-Sys 2018 will have competitive events for undergraduate and post-graduate students and research scholars for the promotion of scientific temperament.

The second day of the event, the 28th of February, 2018 is reserved for National Symposium on Trends in Biochemistry in Post-Genomic Era, where a stellar lineup of experts from the ever-expanding fields of biochemistry have been invited from centers of the excellence across the nation.

As a part of the National Symposium the invited speakers will be presenting recent developments in their fields of expertise achieved in the respective laboratories.

The National Symposium is directed around two distinct themes -

  1. Integrating Systemic Knowledge to Understand Pathophysiology
  2. Brain: Genetic Diversity, Cellular Mechanisms and Behavior

We expect wide participation from across India and especially Southern India to whom we are obviously more accessible by virtue of location.