iSLS 9

9th International Singapore Lipid Symposium – online

March 1st–5th, 2021

National University of Singapore
Organizer: Prof. Markus R Wenk

Welcome to the 9th international Singapore Lipid Symposium (iSLS9). iSLS has become a regular event in the field of lipid research. We are grateful for your continued support and extend a warm welcome to newcomers.

iSLS was founded on the premise to provide a forum for exchange of knowledge and information among investigators from different disciplines of research but with a common interest in lipids. This year, we are introducing new formats to the symposium:

1) The event will feature both onsite and online elements to ensure maximal adaptability.

2) The main thematic focus on translation of lipidomic technologies will be structured into distinct parallel tracks.

3) Online-only sessions are scheduled to conveniently suit all global time zones at least once every day of the week-long symposium.

4) Our virtual exhibition platforms will offer new opportunities for companies, societies and publishers to advertise and engage a growing number of participants from around the world.

Program

Our program will be updated regularly, please check-in again.

Tracks in parallel session.

Circadian Metabolism 
Clinical Mass Spectrometry 
COVID 
Endomembranes 
Infection Biology 
Informatics 
Lipid Oxidation 
Lipidomic Identification 
Lipidomic Standardisation 
Lipoproteins  
Longevity 
Metabolic Disorders 
Microbiome 
Nutritional Science 
Precision Medicine  

Live presentations.

Keynote lectures

30-40min followed by 15-20min of discussion

Confirmed Keynote speakers:
Philipp Scherer, UTSoutwestern Medical Center
Holly Ingraham, University of California San Francisco
Li Peng, Tsinghua University

Presentations in parallel sessions

Combinations of 15min presentations followed by 5min Q&A and short talks (5min + 5min Q&A)

Confirmed speakers:
TBC

Registration

Registration for iSLS9 is not yet open, please stay tuned.

Regular                                          US$150
Student and postdoctoral            US$50

Download the poster here