CEEPC ADVISORY BOARD
Institute of Chemical Technologies and Analytics, Vienna; University of Technology, Vienna, Austria
Institute of Cellular Biology and Pathology “N. Simionescu,”, Bucharest, Romania
Research Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology “Georgi D. Efremov”, Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Skopje, Republic of Macedonia
Research Centre for Natural Sciences Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary
Suresh Jivan Gadher
KN Oxford, UK and Frederick, MD 21704, USA
Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry Polish Academy of Sciences, Poznan, Poland
Institute of Animal Physiology and Genetics, v.v.i., Czech Academy of Sciences, Liběchov, Czech Republic
Max Planck Institute for Chemical Ecology, Jena, Germany
University of veterinary medicine and pharmacy in Kosice, Slovakia
Research Centre for Natural Sciences Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, Hungary
An event organized by
The Institute of Cellular Biology and Pathology
of the Romanian Academy
George Emil Palade auditorium
The 12th Central and Eastern European Proteomic Conference
the 39th Anniversary of the Institute of Cellular Biology and Pathology
Advances in proteomics and progress in precision medicine
October 24-26, 2018, Bucharest, Romania
Central and Eastern European Proteomic (CEEP) organisation and the host institute welcome you to our 12th Conference, which will be held in Bucharest, Romania, from 24th to 26th of October 2018. The event will be dedicated to the 39th Anniversary of the Institute of Cellular Biology and Pathology N. Simionescu, founded by Nicolae and Maya Simionescu, prestigious scientific personalities in life science.
Each year, the CEEPC attracts delegates from Europe and around the world who return for the mixture of ‘cutting-edge’ proteomics and networking, thus propagating this series of Conferences. We are expecting you in Bucharest and hope you will join us to share your knowledge and expertise on the advancements in the field of Proteomics as well as enjoy our fascinating capital city, Bucharest, a metropolis full of energy and dynamism. We have also put together a special social program which is not to be missed!
The goal of CEEPC is to promote ‘state-of-the-art’ research in all types of proteomic fields, providing a scholarly forum where a whole plethora of proteomic disciplines are discussed: human clinical proteomics, diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers and drug discovery; proteomics in animal and veterinary sciences; regenerative and reparative medicine, stem cells, gene therapy, tissue engineering; plant proteomics and environment; bio-informatics in proteomics; nanobioproteomics.
Credo: Cell and Molecular Biology for the Benefit of Human Health
The Institute of Cellular Biology and Pathology “N. Simionescu” functions under the auspices of the Romanian Academy. The idea of a Romanian research center for cell biology and pathology dates back in 1970, when Professors Nicolae and Maya Simionescu (co-founders of the Institute) at the invitation of George Emil Palade, Nobel Prize Laureate, were working at Rockefeller University, New York, USA. After nine years, the Institute opened officially (1979) and after about 10 years of activity became a member institution of the UNESCO Molecular Cell Biology Network (1990), Center of Excellence of the Romanian Academy (2000) and was selected by competition as Centre of Excellence of the European Community (2000).
- To uncover the patho-biochemical alterations occurring in the heart and blood vessels that lead to atherosclerosis, diabetes, obesity, metabolic syndrome;
- To translate the knowledge from "bench to bedside" for the benefit of patients; prevention, early diagnosis, better therapeutic control, and ultimately cure of diseases.
- Biomedical Research - Cellular and molecular biology and patho-biochemistry of the cardiovascular system;
- Teaching and Education - Master and PhD programs, specialization, post-university training courses;
- Promotion of modern Cell Biology and Pathology in Romania;
More info can be found on the official site: www.icbp.ro
REGISTRATION DEADLINE - ENDED
Registration fee: 100 Eur per participant
Bank details for registration fee transfer:
Name of beneficiary: Institute of Cellular Biology and Pathology "N. Simionescu", 8 B.P. Hasdeu Street, 050568, Bucharest, Romania
SWIFT code: RNCBROBU
Bank name: BANCA COMERCIALA ROMANA SA
Bank address: 22 Libertatii Blvd, Sector 5, Bucharest, Romania
Purpose of transfer: "Your name - participation at the 12th CEEPC"
Please take note of the following:
- a registration fee will be accepted at the registration desk on the 1st day of the conference provided you have informed us prior to attendance by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org
- an official receipt of the payment will be provided.
Please download and use the following template to submit your abstract: CEEPC2018_Name_Surname.doc
Prior to submission, please ensure the file name is renamed using your name and surname.
There will be different sessions for poster presentations during the event. A special committee will interrogate and discuss your findings depicted in the poster, so we ask you kindly to be present and respond to any queries the committee delegates may have.
A prize will be awarded for the “Best 12th CEEPC Poster” during the Closing Session of the event.
Poster Board Specifications
The available poster boards are A0 portrait format style.
Institute of Cellular Biology and Pathology "Nicolae Simionescu"
Address: 8 B.P.HASDEU street, district 5, Bucharest
Code: 050568, PO Box 35-14
We recommend you either the IBIS BUCHAREST PALATUL PARLAMENTULUI CITY CENTRE or PARLIAMENT HOTEL. Both hotels are located in near proximity to the venue place (5 min of walking distance).
You can book a room at IBIS HOTEL using:
82-84, Izvor Street, sector 5, Bucuresti
Reservation: (+40)21/4011011, H5938-RE@accor.com
Reception telephone number: (+40)21/4011000
You can book a room at PARLIAMENT HOTEL at a special rate using:
106, Izvor Street, Sector. 5, Bucuresti
email for reservation at a special rate (65 Euro/night for "single deluxe" room): email@example.com
reservation code: participant at the International Proteomic Conference (12th CEEPC), 24-26 October 2018.
Please take note that inquiries received will be confirmed based on the availability of the hotel at the time of the request.
If you, however, prefer another hotel, you can select and book the hotel of your choice by accessing this site.
Bucharest is the capital and largest city of Romania. It dates back from 1459 and became the capital of the state in 1862. From then on, Bucharest grew slowly but surely in the cultural, industrial and financial center it is today. The metropolitan area of Bucharest has a population of almost 2.3 million inhabitants.
Bucharest is located in the southeast part of Romania and is characterized by an architectural mixture of neo-classical, Bauhaus, art-deco and modern designs, specific to its most influential time periods (from interbelic to the communist, post-communist and contemporary era).
The city awaits you with a lot of historical and architectural landmarks, from one of the largest buildings in the world (The Palace of Parliament, a fantastic tribute to dictatorial megalomania), to national symbols of art and culture (National Art Museum, Romanian Athenaeum, National History Museum, Museum of the Romanian Peasant, etc.). Also, hidden throughout the city center, a lot of graceful art nouveau villas and trendy restaurants linger for your discovery and culinary delight.
Arch of Triumph
Palace of Parliament
Central University Library
National Art Museum
Travel to BUCHAREST
Henri Coanda International Airport (OTP) is the main Romanian airport linking international and domestic flights to the city capital.
There are non-stop flights to Bucharest from most major European cities and in the Middle-East and connecting flights from the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
Transportation between Henri Coanda International Airport and city centre
Distance from Bucharest airport to downtown: 18 km. Several Taxi companies operate in Bucharest, and their rates can vary. Taxis can be called by using the touch screen computer available next to the Taxi Desk located in the arrivals terminal. There is no flat rate taxi transportation available from Bucharest Airport to downtown. The average fare from the airport is 2 lei to 3.50 lei/km with no extra charge for luggage. The average fare to downtown Bucharest is less than 70 Lei (the equivalent of €17.00).
Shuttle service from/to Bucharest airport
Direct Bus Line to city centre
Express Bus 783 offers daily service to the city centre, with stops at Baneasa Airport, Piata Presei Libere, Piata Victoriei, Piata Romana, Piata Universitatii and Piata Unirii. Bus 783 leaves from the Arrivals terminal every 15 to 20 minutes (every 40 minutes between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m.). The journey to Bucharest downtown takes approximately 40 minutes.
Note: Before boarding the bus, please purchase a public transportation card ("Activ Card") available at the 'RATB' ticket booth in the Arrivals terminal or next to the bus stop. Your Activ card must be validated as you board the bus. To ride the bus you will also need to add value to your card (add 7 Lei for two trips from/to the airport or 3.50 Lei for one trip). One 'Activ Card' costs 3.70 Lei (about €0.85). The bus ticket booth is open daily from 6 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.