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Absolutely fascinating news for all female scientists working in the field of autophagy out there!

Honoring the work of Beth Levine and her pioneer work in the field of autophagy the global Women In Autophagy (WIA) has been founded. WIA aims to:

  • Foster activities to promote careers of trainees and young scientists interested in
    autophagy
  • Generate a dynamic and global network of e-mentors/e-trainees all around the globe
  • Providing trainees with access to expert advice on autophagy-related topics
  • Provide a platform for discussion of scientific, technical and career-development
    matters related to autophagy.

free registration here

NAS is affiliated with

The AIM Center’s 2020 International eSymposium.

First session: August 3rd 2020

The Autophagy, Inflammation and Metabolism (AIM) Center of Biomedical Research Excellence at the University of New Mexico HSC announces its 2020 International eSymposium. The following multidisciplinary scientific program is intended for virtual worldwide access to stimulate research exchanges in the areas of COVID-19, autophagy, metabolism and inflammation. Registration is free and open to all interested attendees. More information and registration links can be found here.

NAS affiliated with the MDPI Journal Cells

We are happy to announce that NAS has signed an affiliation agreement with the MDPI Journal Cells.

This gives all NAS members a discount on publishing in Cells, as well as the possibility to apply for waivers for papers authored by members from at least two different NAS membership countries.

We are also happy to announce that Cells will sponsor two best poster awards (of EURO 250 each) at the 4th NAS Conference in Tromsø June 10th-12th 2020.

Read the full news story about the NAS-Cells affiliation here.

Special Announcement:

NAS Travel Grants to the 4th Nordic Autophagy Society Conference in Tromsø June 10th-12th 2020

Young researchers (e.g. students and postdocs) can apply for a NAS Travel Grant of up to EURO 500 to support their travel and participation at the 4th Nordic Autophagy Society Conference in Tromsø.

Due to the Coronavirus epidemic the Conference is postponed. A new Travel Grant call will be announced once the new dates for the Conference have been set.

The AIM Center’s 2020 International eSymposium.

First session: August 3rd 2020

The Autophagy, Inflammation and Metabolism (AIM) Center of Biomedical Research Excellence at the University of New Mexico HSC announces its 2020 International eSymposium. The following multidisciplinary scientific program is intended for virtual worldwide access to stimulate research exchanges in the areas of COVID-19, autophagy, metabolism and inflammation. Registration is free and open to all interested attendees. More information and registration links can be found here.

NAS affiliated with the MDPI Journal Cells

We are happy to announce that NAS has signed an affiliation agreement with the MDPI Journal Cells.

This gives all NAS members a discount on publishing in Cells, as well as the possibility to apply for waivers for papers authored by members from at least two different NAS membership countries.

We are also happy to announce that Cells will sponsor two best poster awards (of EURO 250 each) at the 4th NAS Conference in Tromsø June 10th-12th 2020.

Read the full news story about the NAS-Cells affiliation here.

Special Announcement:

NAS Travel Grants to the 4th Nordic Autophagy Society Conference in Tromsø June 10th-12th 2020

Young researchers (e.g. students and postdocs) can apply for a NAS Travel Grant of up to EURO 500 to support their travel and participation at the 4th Nordic Autophagy Society Conference in Tromsø.

Due to the Coronavirus epidemic the Conference is postponed. A new Travel Grant call will be announced once the new dates for the Conference have been set.

The 2020 NAS Conference will “NOT" be held in Tromsø!

It is time for the next NAS conference! This year it will be held in beautiful Tromsø. More details can be found here.

Note: Due to the Coronavirus epidemic the Conference is postponed. We are following the situation closely and will announce new dates in due time.