ANNOUNCEMENT

G.B. Elyakov Pacific Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Far-Eastern Branch, the Russian Academy of Sciences (PIBOC) organizes

Korean-Russian Workshop KORUS-2016 “Together to Effectively Acting Medicines” (TEAM)

It will be held on August 26-31, 2016, in Vladivostok, Russia

Topics are structured in two sessions:

Search for and investigation of natural compounds with cardio-protective activity

Search for and investigation of natural compounds with anticancer activity

Organizing Committee:

Valentin A. Stonik, Chairman - PIBOC, Russia

Jin Han, Chairman - Inje University (Republic of Korea)

Mikhail I. Kusaykin - PIBOC, Russia

Elena . Zelepuga - PIBOC, Russia

Natalie M. Shepetova - PIBOC, Russia

Hyoung Kyu Kim - Inje University (Republic of Korea)

Natalia P. Mischenko - PIBOC, Russia

Programm Commitee

Valentin A. Stonik - PIBOC, Russia

Nari Kim - Inje University (Republic of Korea)

Jong-Young Kwak - Ajou University (Republic of Korea)

Inna N. Krasikova - PIBOC, Russia

Sergey A. Fedoreev - PIBOC, Russia

Workshop Secretariat

G.B. Elyakov Pacific Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry, Far-Eastern Branch, the Russian Academy of Sciences, 690022, Vladivostok-22, RUSSIA

e-mail address: piboc@eastnet.febras.ru;

Fax: +7-423-231-40-50

Please contact:

Natalie M. Shepetova: piboc@bk.ru

Key dates

The registration form should be submitted before May 31, 2016

Deadline for the abstract submission is June 1, 2016. Your earlier registration with the title of the presentation is greatly appreciated

Deadline for cancellation is July 1, 2016

Deadline for accommodation booking is July 15, 2016


Scientific Program

A completed version of the scientific program may be presented before June 1.

The scientific program will start on August 28, 2016, at 09.00 at the Marine Experimental Station of PIBOC.

On August 26-27, 2016 short tours in Vladivostok will be organized.

About Vladivostok

Vladivostok is the largest port in the Russian Pacific, the terminal of the Trans-Siberian railway. It was founded in 1860. Vladivostok is the capital city of Primorskiy Krai, the largest transportation hub of the Russian Far East, and one of the most important national naval bases. The city’s area is 560 sq. km, the population is about 700 thousand people.

The Golden Horn Bay and bridges across it are real decoration of Vladivostok. The Research Institutes of Far-Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences and several Universities are located in Vladivostok. Oceanarium (Aquarium) created on the Russian Island is new interesting place for tourists.