FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE 2025 Conference

Based on a successful project funded by the EU H2020 Research and Innovation Programme, the FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE conference series is a joint initiative of FEBS, IUBMB and four leading biomedical research institutes across Europe (core institutes) that have now joined forces to give continuity to these successful events and to offer research institutes devoted to molecular life sciences worldwide the opportunity to host and participate in the organisation of one of these conferences. The 2023 and 2024 host institutions have already been selected to be the associated partners and host the next conferences:

Do you want to host a FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE event?

FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE are looking for the new institution to host the 2025 conference. The 2025 host institution must  be located in a country with a FEBS Constituent Society.

The event will be organized by a committee of young researchers from the 2025 host institution, as well as from the four ENABLE core institutions (IRB, CPR, Radboudumc  and SEMM) plus the 2024 host institution. It will be organised following the standards and structure of the previous ENABLE conferences (more information on previous conferences can be seen in the past conference section).

Eligibility requirements

Institutions interested in applying to host the event must:

In addition, the following point will be positively evaluated:

How will the conference be funded?

FEBS and IUBMB will fund the event up to a total of:

Application procedure & timeline

Institutions interested in hosting this conference should complete the application form and the Budget table, duly signed by the legal representative of the institution, and send it to info@enablenetwork.eu. To this aim, please carefully read the guidelines provided in the Guide for applicants.

Key dates:

For additional information, please contact info@enablenetwork.eu.

Evaluation of the proposals

The FEBS-IUBMB-ENABLE Team (FIET; composed of 2 FEBS coordinators, 2 IUBMB coordinators and 5 institutional academic coordinators) will evaluate the proposals against the following criteria: