Poster size should be 90 X 120 cm

III PanAmerican Plant Membrane Biology Workshop. Puebla, México January 13-16, 2010


Puebla, Mexico

Conference History

The Pan American Plant Membrane Biology Workshop is held every three years to provide an opportunity for researchers in North and Latin America to present and discuss current topics in plant membrane biology. The workshop focuses on membrane structure, transport, protein trafficking, and signal transduction, as well as the techniques and approaches utilized in plant membrane studies. Sections are anchored by prominent researchers in the focus area with secondary talks presented by postdocs, and graduate/undergraduate students, with extensive discussion periods following talks.


Puebla is a wonderful city located 130 km east of México City at an altitude of 2160 m above sea level. The city was founded in 1531 and its historic centre was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO. The city’s centre has more than 60 churches of historic and artistic value, a large and beautiful Cathedral and hundreds of historic buildings many of them dating from the 16th and 17th centuries. With direct flights from Houston, serviced by Continental Airlines, as well as an excellent direct airport express bus service from Mexico City, it is easily accessible from any U.S. destination.

 We look forward to seeing you in Puebla in 2010.


The 2010 Organizing Committee 

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