The International Union of Photobiology is a non-profit, non-governmental organization founded in 1928 with the mission to stimulate scientific research and international collaboration in photobiological sciences.
and national photobiology groups and to individuals from countries with no photobiology organizations.
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Membership is open to international
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17th International Congress on Photobiology
Barcelona, Spain
August 25–30, 2019
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Finsen Medals
Are awarded to distinguished photobiologists for their outstanding contributions to the photosciences. These medals recognize scientists who have worked in the photosciences for a considerable number of years.
Edna Roe Lecturers
Are promising photoscientists who have achieved breakthroughs or similar accomplishments in the photosciences. Traditionally, most Edna Roe Lecturers have been women.
Finsen Lecturers
Are promising photoscientists who have achieved breakthroughs or similar accomplishments in the photosciences.
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Main activities of IUPB

Upcoming and Recent Events

5th Conference on UV and Skin Cancer Prevention:
5-8 May 2020

Mechelen, Belgium

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IUPB Events

President John Spudich receiving ESP medal

The 2014-2019 IUPB President, John Spudich, received the prestigious ESP medal from the hands of the ESP President, Santi Nonell and ESP President-Elect, Franz Trautinger, at the gala dinner of the 2019 IUPB-ESP World Congress on Light and Life in Barcelona.

IUPB Events

Extended Executive Board meeting

cena_barcellona_2019.JPGIUPB had its Extended Executive Board meeting on August 26, 2019 and its General Assembly during the 2019 ESP-IUPB World Congress on Light and Life, in Barcelona