30th CECE & 9th ISFE
Joint Conference of the European Society for Comparative Endocrinology and of the International Society for Fish Endocrinology
On behalf of the European Society for Comparative Endocrinology (ESCE) and the International Society for Fish Endocrinology (ISFE) it is our great pleasure to invite you to the 30th Conference of European Comparative Endocrinologists (CECE 2020) and the 9th International Conference of Fish Endocrinology. The Joint Conference of the European Society for Comparative Endocrinology and the International Society for Fish Endocrinology will be held 4-8 September 2022 at the University of Algarve, Penha Campus, Faro, Portugal.
Organized every two years, the CECE is Europe’s foremost conference for comparative endocrinology, welcoming researchers from around the world.
Organized every 4 years since 1988, the ISFE brings together fish endocrinologists from around the world to discuss the most recent developments in the field.
Students and early career researchers are specially invited to participate. Financial support will be available and information will be posted here.
The Organising Committee is working enthusiastically to make this conference a memorable experience for you.
The European Society for Comparative Endocrinology (ESCE) brings together European and international researchers in the field of comparative endocrinology. The objective is to promote interdisciplinary knowledge in the fields of Biology and Medicine, specifically concerned with the morphological, functional, and evolutionary aspects of endocrinology.
The mission of the ISFE is to promote the study of hormones and hormone actions in fishes (including hagfish, lampreys, cartilaginous fishes, lobed-finned fishes and ray-finned fishes). This includes topics in growth, adaptation, reproduction, stress, immunity, behaviour and endocrine disruption in fishes. The ISFE will foster all studies aiming at elucidating basic mechanisms of hormone action in any fish model. The ISFE will promote research in conventional models and favor the emergence of new model species for both basic and applied research.