Theme: New Vistas in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology: Insights into Life on a Small Planet
Date: 9-11 March 2016 (2.5 days)
Venue: Connexion@Nexus, Bangsar South City, No. 7, Jalan Kerinchi, 59200 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Global population growth in the 21st century and earth’s limited natural resources present great challenges to all of humanity. This Conference which is co-organised by MSMBB and NAIST, aims to highlight advances in fundamental and applied biological research that may provide answers to a sustainable future. ICMBB will cover advances in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology in Agriculture, Environment & Microbiology, Medicine and Industry.
How to Get There: (http://connexion.bangsarsouth.com/location/)
For the abstract submission form, please click here.
Presentations: Oral and Poster (in English)
Abstract & registration deadline: 31 January 2016
Acceptance notification: 15 February 2016
Email address for abstract submission: ICMBB MSMBB
Address:Division of Genetics & Molecular Biology, Institute of Biological Sciences, Faculty of Science, University of Malaya, 50603 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Instruction for SPEAKERS
Instructions for poster presenters:
Posters must be prepared in A1 size [610 mm/24 in (w) x 914 mm/36 in (L)] The presenting author must be present during poster viewing sessions
Attendance at all conference and poster sessions
Conference materials and bag
Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea
Conference Dinner (9 March 2016, Wednesday)
For Payment Details, please click here.
Full payment should be received by the Secretariat no later than 31 January 2016.
For further enquiries and information, kindly visit our website at http://www.msmbb.org.my/ or contact ICMBB MSMBB
Cancellation of Registration:
Cancellations must be delivered in writing to the Conference Secretariat at least 60 days prior to the conference date. Cancellations within 60 days of the conference date are non-refundable but substitute delegates are allowed with prior written notification to the Conference Secretariat.
All payments by participants or sponsors can be made via bank draft / cheque / online direct bank account transfer.
Payee : Malaysian Society for Molecular Biology and Biotechnology
Payee’s address : Division of Genetics and Molecular Biology, Institute of Biological Sciences, Faculty of
Science, University of Malaya, 50603, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Account number : 80-0129293-3
Bank name : CIMB BANK BERHAD (Branch name: Universiti Malaya)
Bank address : Tingkat Bawah, Lot 5270, BangunanPentadbiranBaru, Universiti Malaya, Lembah
Pantai, 50603 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Bank swift code : CIBBMYKL
Only local participants or sponsors can make payments using bank drafts / cheques / online direct bank account transfer.
For foreign participants or sponsors, payments should only be made via online direct bank account transfers.
Full payment should be received by the Secretariat no later than31st January 2016 for participants, and 15th February 2016 for sponsors.
Upon payment, kindly e-mail us a scanned copy of the transaction receipt as proof of payment to:
International Conference for Molecular Biology and Biotechnology (ICMBB) in conjunction with the 23rd MSMBB Scientific Meeting.(c/o: Dr. YeohSuat Hui)
Division of Genetics and Molecular Biology,
Institute of Biological Sciences,
Faculty of Science,University of Malaya,
50603, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
E-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
For further enquiries and information regarding payment issues, kindly visit our website at http://www.msmbb.org.myor contact us at email@example.com
Co-chair: Professor Dr. Hisaji Maki
Head of Scientific Committee: Professor Dr. Jennifer Ann Harikrishna
Professor Dr. Takashi Hashimoto
Head of Sponsors: Associate Professor Dr. Noor Hana Hussain
Professor Dr. Hisaji Maki
Secretary: Dr. Yeoh Suat Hui
Professor Dr. Toshiro Ito
Treasurer: Dr. Lionel In Lian Aun
Professor Dr. Masaaki Umeda
Social & Publicity: Associate Professor Dr. Lau Yee Ling
Dr. Jameel Rabee Al-Obaidi
Professor Dr. Noor Hasima Nagoor (Chair)
Professor Dr. Hisaji Maki (Co-Chair)
Professor Dr. Koh Chong Lek (Correspondence)
Professor Dr. Toshiro Ito
Associate Professor Dr. Hwang Jung Shan (Non-member/MSMBB booth)
Dr. Crystale Lim Siew Ying (Member/MSMBB booth)
Dr. Yeoh Suat Hui (MSMBB booth)
Dr. Lee Wan Sin
Dr. Tan Boon Chin
Dr. Umaiyal A/P Munusamy
Professor Dr. Jennifer Ann Harikrishna (Chair)
Professor Dr. Takashi Hashimoto (Co-Chair)
Professor Dr. Sadequr Rahman
Professor Dr. Heribert Hirt
Associate Professor Dr. Chin Chiew Foan
Associate Professor Dr. Wong Hann Ling
Associate Professor Dr. Wong Pooi Fong
Associate Professor Dr. Mojtaba Khayam Nekouei
Dr. Yap Yun Kiam
Dr. Syarifah Aisyafaznim Sayed Abdul Rahman
Associate Professor Dr. Noor Hana Hussain (Chair)
Professor Dr. Hisaji Maki (Co-Chair)
Associate Professor Dr. Subha Bhassu
Dr. Lim Yat Yuen
Dr. Mazatulikhma Mat Zain
iv. Social & Publicity:
Associate Professor Dr. Lau Yee Ling (Chair)
Dr. Jameel Rabee Al-Obaidi (Co-Chair)
Dr. Mohd Zuwairi Bin Saiman (Technical)
Dr. Zuliana Razali (MC)
RM5,000.00: Platinum-booth + coloured back page of the Programme Book (1 booth).
RM4,500.00: Gold-booth + coloured inner front or back page of the Programme Book (2 booths).
RM3,500.00: Silver-booth + black & white fullpage inside the Programme Book (18 booths)
RM1,500.00: Black & white fullpage advertisement inside the Programme Book.
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