President’s welcome

Welcome to the Biophysical Society of Canada (BSC) web site. The year 2014 marked a new beginning for the Biophysical Society of Canada, with several new members of the executive team and several recent updates. Together, we will continue the work of previous executive committees to improve the organization to serve you better. My priorities for the Society are to 1) foster biophysics research in Canada, 2) promote the career development of young biophysicists, and 3) serve as a strong advocate for biophysics research in Canada. I am honored to be the new President, and would very much appreciate hearing from you with your thoughts and suggestions at John.Baenziger@uottawa.ca. Please join us in creating a vibrant Biophysical Society of Canada.

John E. Baenziger, President



2015 Annual Meeting in Waterloo, Ontario

The first annual Biophysical Society of Canada (BSC) meeting was held June 17-19 in Waterloo, Ontario. The meeting included plenary and poster sessions covering all areas of biophysics, with particular attention to novel developments in biophysics, single molecule biophysics, and the applications of biophysics to medicine, pharmaceutical sciences, and both bio- and nano-technology.


The BSC has supported student travel to the meeting in Waterloo. More information on the awardees will be provided shortly.


For more information, including a list of confirmed speakers, please go to bsc-2015.uwaterloo.ca.


  • icon 1About BSC

    We are an organization that promotes the interests and science of Biophysics in Canada, as well as the training and career development of young scientists who have interests in the area of biophysics. We also serve as the official link with International Biophysicists through our involvement in the International Union of Pure and Applied Biophysics (IUPAB). What unites all of us is the use of sophisticated physical methods to study complex biological processes. Biophysics spans an ever growing array of disciplines, with important contributions to both life sciences and human health. If you have an interest in biophysics and would like to learn more, please join the Society and get connected!

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    Join or Renew

    The Biophysical Society executive has worked hard to move the Society forward on many fronts in 2014 (see recent updates). But we have only just begun! In the next couple of years, the executive hopes to implement many other changes that will enhance the role of the Society in promoting both Biophysics and Biophysicists in Canada. We hope that you will consider either becoming a member or renewing your membership in the BSC for 2015. Please join us in facilitating a vibrant, strong, active, and connected biophysical research community in Canada.


    Visit this link to join the Society or to renew your BSC membership.

About

This Web Site is intended to provide information about the Society, upcoming biophysics events and biophysics groups in Canada.

www.biophysicalsociety.ca

Contact

Please feel free to contact Michèle Auger if you want to make additions to the Web Site.

Information

For further information or for any questions concerning the organization, please send a message to the following address:

John.Baenziger@uottawa.ca