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On-Campus Housing Option scheduled to be disabled noon (Eastern Standard Time) 
on May 14, 2018

The 37th Summer Symposium in Molecular Biology, Frontiers in Metallobiochemistry

  • When:  June 6 - 8, 2018
  • Where: The Huck Institutes of the Life Sciences at the Pennsylvania State University Park Campus

The 2018 Penn State Summer Symposium in Molecular Biology is entitled Frontiers in Metallobiochemistry and has assembled prominent researchers interested in metallobiochemistry. The 2018 Symposium has brought together top names in the field, and promises to provide access to some truly outstanding lectures and presentations. The Symposium is open to members of the academic, biomedical, and pharmaceutical communities.  

The event is set to host a welcome reception at the Penn State Arboretum on June 5th and two Poster Sessions on June 6th and 7th.  A full listing of panel of Plenary, Test Case and Session Speakers has been assembled and can be viewed under the Speakers Tab.  The organizing committee would also like to thank all of our sponsors for this year's event.  I full listing of sponsors can be viewed by clicking here or by visiting the Sponsors Tab at the top of the page.

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 Symposium registration fees - extended early bird discount


The Bioinorganic Workshop

The Bioinorganic Workshop will be taking place directly preceding the 37th Summer Symposium this year and is a great opportunity to receive even more training.  If you are interested in attending both, an option for that is available through the registration process.  Find our more about the Bioinorganic Workshop by clicking the link below and visiting their website.

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Symposium Organizers:

Carsten D. Krebs

J. Martin Bollinger

Squire Booker

John H. Golbeck

Amie Boal

Alexey Silakov

Joey Cotruvo

Dave Blehi, Symposium Coordinator



  • On Campus Housing Deadline
    • The deadline for reserving rooming through On-Campus Housing for the Symposium has past.  The reservation system has closed and no other reservations will be accepted.