17th International Symposium on Applied Bioinorganic Chemistry

15-18 June 2025, Uppsala Sweden


Welcome to Uppsala

On behalf of the organizing committee, we would like to invite you to Uppsala, Sweden 15-18 June 2025 for the 17th International Symposium on Applied Bioinorganic Chemistry.

The ISABC17 meeting follows those in Ioanninna (2023), Nara (2019), Toulouse (2017), Galway (2015),
Guangzhou (2013), and going back to the first ISABC meeting in Wuhan already in 1990. We are confident that the symposium in 2025 will also offer an excellent opportunity to meet many researchers from around the world who are experts in an exceptionally broad range of the topics at the frontier of bioinorganic chemistry.

We are looking forward to welcoming you to Uppsala in June 2025.

Organizing committee

Local Committee UU

Gustav Berggren

Starla Glover

Ann Magnuson

Fikret Mamedov

Johannes Messinger (Chair)

Sergii Shylin


National Committee

Martin Högbom (Stockholm U)

Ebbe Nordlander (Lund U)

Licheng Sun (KTH/Westlake)

Pernilla Wittung-Stafshede (Chalmers)

Pia Ädelroth (Stockholm U)

International Advisory Committee

Joâo Costa Pessoa (Lisbon, Portugal)

John H. Dawson (South Carolina, United States)

Eva Anna Enyedy (University of Szeged, Hungary)

Andrea Erxleben (Galway, Ireland)

Peter Faller (Strasbourg, France) – Secretary of the IAC

Eva Freisinger (Zürich, Switzerland)

Dinorah Gambino (Montevideo, Uruguay)



Zijian Guo (Nanjing, China)

Sotiris Hadjikakou (Ioannina, Greece)

Takashi Hayashi (Osaka, Japan)

Zong-Wan Mao (Guangzhou, China)

Johannes Messinger (Uppsala, Sweden)

Giovanni Natile (Bari, Italy)

Chris Orvig (Vancouver, Canada)

Liliana Quintanar (Mexico City, Mexico)


Academic Conferences
Phone: + 46 18 67 10 03
E-mail: isabc2025@akademikonferens.se

Important dates

Autumn 2024: Abstract submission opens
Early 2025: Opening of registration
Spring 2025: Notification of abstract acceptance
Spring 2025: Early bird deadline for registration
15-18 June: ISABC 2025 Conference

Organised by

Uppsala University

Molecule image: Lydia Simmons via freepngimg.com