This year, the conference will celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, given to Otto Heinrich Warburg "for the discovery of the nature and mechanism of action of the respiratory enzyme."

 CONFERENCE PROGRAM  (to be confirmed)


 The conference plan also includes:

 - Russian-Japanese satellite symposium

 -Publishment of abstracts' collection of scientific papers on the topic of the conference. 

 The collection will be published in the system and indexed in the RSCI. Abstracts are available for all authors through the mail of the Organizing Committee.  The deadline for submitting abstracts is March 1st, 2021.

 -Exhibition of Medical Products

 -Semi-final of the contest for projects of young scientists on the UMNIK system.

- Contest of creative works on the theme "DNA-thread of life" among students and pupils of senior classes of schools in St. Petersburg.


 Organizing committee and partners of the conference.

 The conference will be announced for registration in the system of Continuing Medical Education for doctors in the specialties "Clinical laboratory diagnostics", "Laboratory genetics", "Hematology", "Oncology", "Nephrology", "Cardiology", "Family medicine".


 Venue of the conference (preliminary) - PSPBGMU, room 13,

 Roentgena street, 8, 2nd floor, conference hall.

 Participation in the International DNA Day 2021 Events in St. Petersburg and the publication of abstracts are free.

 To register for participation in the Conference, please fill out the application form and send it to the mail of the Organizing Committee:

 Please, if possible, send this information letter to all interested colleagues.

 For all questions, please contact the Organizing Committee by email: or the coordinators of the committee:

 Zaraisky Mikhail Igorevich (Department of Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics with the Course of Molecular Medicine, tel .: +7(812) 338 6611 or +7 904 334 3754.

 Korzhenevskaya Marina Anatolyevna (Department of Medical Biology and Genetics), tel .: +7(812) 338 7008

 We will be glad to see you and your colleagues among the symposium participants!