Dear colleagues and friends,

The FEBS Workshop is a much anticipated scientific meeting on known and emerging transglutaminase-related diseases, new methods for detection and novel translational aspects for treatment. It aims to bring together an international group of senior academic and industrial members, with as many as possible early career scientists, future leaders and drivers of this expanding field. The Workshop will feature presentations relevant to all the pathological conditions for which transglutaminase is a relevant target, and will also focus on emerging diseases associated with this class of enzymes, and new methods for their investigation. Additional training sessions will focus on career development and grant capturing. There will be plenty of opportunities for poster or selected oral presentations. Our evening programme is designed to encourage networking and to enjoy all that idyllic Bertinoro has to offer.

Elisabetta Verderio Edwards, Chair
Kiyotaka Hitomi, Co-Chair







  • Travel grant applications deadline (young scientists)
    31 January 2024
  • Travel grant applications EXTENDED deadline (young scientists)
    11 February 2024
  • Notification for Travel grant applications (young scientists)
    16 February 2024
  • Regular early-bird registrations opening (young and senior scientists)
    17 February 2024
  • Regular early-bird registrations deadline (young and senior scientists)
    22 March 2024
  • Notification for Regular "early-bird" registrations by
    29 March 2024
  • Payment of registration fee deadline
    31 March 2024
  • Regular "late" registrations opening
    03 April 2024
  • Regular "late" registrations deadline
    03 May 2024
  • Abstract final deadline
    12 April 2024

FEBS has twin commitments to high-quality publications and the promotion of molecular biosciences. As a charitable academic organization,
FEBS uses income from the journals to fund its diverse activities, including support for FEBS Advanced Courses.