Important Dates
  • Registration Opens
    Mar.1, 2016
  • Abstract Submission Opens
    Mar.1, 2016
  • Abstract Submission Deadline
    Aug.31, 2016
  • Withdrawal of an Abstract
    Sep.9, 2016
  • Notification of Accepted Poster
    Sep.10, 2016
  • Notification of Short Talk
    Sep.25, 2016
Contact Information

Zhang Zhening

Department of Biochemisty and Molecular Cell Biology

Shanghai Jiaotong University,School of Medicine

 Room 111,Bldg No.7, 280 Chongqing South Road,200025,Shanghai,China







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