Open Science Research Excellence

ICYGB 2019 : International Conference on Yeast Genetics and Biology

Amsterdam, The Netherlands
September 18 - 19, 2019

Call for Papers

ICYGB 2019 : International Conference on Yeast Genetics and Biology is the premier interdisciplinary platform for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Yeast Genetics and Biology. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:
  • Applied aspects of yeast research, including physiology, biochemistry, molecular biology, genetics, genomics, systems biology, synthetic biology, metabolic engineering, and biodiversity
  • Authophagy and intracellular trafficking
  • Autophagy, cell death and ageing
  • Biodiversity, clinical microbiology and biotechnology
  • Cellular strategies of protein quality control
  • DNA replication and Cell Cycle
  • DNA replication, mutation and repair
  • Fundamental research on clinically important yeasts, molecular diagnostics, industrial applications, fermentation and biotechnology
  • Gene expression: from epigenetic regulation to mRNA stability
  • Growth control and Metabolism
  • Interplay and dynamics of organelles
  • Medically Relevant Yeasts and Host microbe interactions
  • Metabolism and stress response
  • Mutagenesis: DNA damage and repair
  • New biotechnologies
  • New Tools in Yeast Research
  • Organelle dynamics
  • Proteostasis and cell fate
  • Pure and applied research on conventional and non-conventional yeasts and yeast-like organisms
  • Regulation of gene expression
  • RNA processing and regulation
  • Systems Biology of yeast
  • Telomeres, Cell death and ageing
  • Yeast and industrial biotechnology
  • Yeast as a model for human diseases and drug testing
  • Yeast as a Model in Nutritional Studies
  • Yeast Comparative and Evolutionary Biology
  • Yeast Genetics and Molecular Biology
  • Yeast pathogenes and host interaction
  • Yeast Prions and Heat Shock Proteins
  • Yeast sociobiology, sensing and signaling