The Committee of the 4th European Nf-kB Subunit Workshop is now accepting applications for sponsorship from interested companies within the NF-kappaB and other affiliated sectors.
The workshop is held biannually and previous meetings have taken place in Germany, Scotland and Greece. We are excited to bring the 4th Subunit Workshop to the French Riviera in 2018. In 2016 we had 68 attendees from 11 countries around the world.
The workshop is organised by scientists working directly in this field. Funding relies solely on registration fees from participants and sponsorship from medical charities and companies. If you would like to help sponsor this meeting or just come along to learn more about this fascinating and important area of biology we would love to hear from you.
We are delighted to have the following sponsors of the 4th European Nf-kB Subunit Workshop confirmed.
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