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The COINS 2024


April 15th — April 18th

About Us

The COINS – International Conference of Life Sciences team invites you to immerse yourself into a collaborative scientific experience, discuss, learn and share your thoughts with experts, expand your network and enjoy an exciting program.

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Honorable Speakers of Past Conferences

Dr. Sir J. Fraser StoddartNobel Prize in Chemistry 2016
Dr. Harald Zur HausenNobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2008
Dr. Erwin NeherNobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 1991
Dr. Edith HeardDirector General of EMBL
Dr. A. James HudspethThe 2018 Kavli Prize in Neuroscience Laureate
Dr. Regina BarzilayFaculty Lead for AI at the MIT Jameel Clinic
Dr. Alexander George BatemanHead of Protein Sequence Resources at EMBL-EBI
Dr. Michal SchwartzProfessor of Neuroimmunology at the Weizmann Institute of Science
Dr. Armando Azua-BustosScientific Researcher at the Centro de Astrobiología of CSIC
Dr. Laura BojarskaitėNeuroscientist at Oslo University
Dr. Charles CockellProfessor of Astrobiology at the University of Edinburgh
Dr. Daniel AngerhausenAstrophysicist and Astrobiologist at ETH Zürich
Dr. David BakerBreakthrough Prize in Life Sciences 2021 Laureate
Dr. Richard James YouleBreakthrough Prize in Life Sciences 2021 Laureate
John O`keefeNobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2014
Ada YonathNobel Prize in Chemistry 2009
Aaron CiechanoverNobel Prize in Chemistry 2004
Jean-Marie Lehn Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1987
Matthias W. HentzeDirector of EMBL
Dr. Peter HagemannWaren Alpert Prize Laureate
Jan H. J. HoeijmakersSpinoza Award Laureate
Dr. Luca MazzitelliScience and Technology Advisor at 10X Genomics
Joan TaylorProfessor of Pharmaceutics at De Montfort University
Dr. Tomaš PaleničekPrincipal Investigator of Psychadelics in Animals
Christiane JockwitzPost-Doc at Heinrich Heine University
Rapolas ŽilionisChief Scientific Officer at Droplet Genomics
Inga Griškova-BulanovaChief Researcher of Brain State Research Group at Vilnius University
Tor Henrik SembProfessor at University of Copenhagen
Naomi MartinHonorary Lecturer at the University of Leicester

Testimonials From the Past Conferences

"Participation in The COINS is always exciting - the conference pleasantly surprises me each year by constantly expanding, offering more activities, managing to adapt to different external circumstances, and inviting unexpectedly prolific speakers. I can wholeheartedly recommend participating for each and every student of Life Sciences, as it is an exceptional opportunity to share the results of one’s hard work, hone one’s presentation skills, and, together as a community, celebrate science."

- Vilmantas Pupkis, attendee of many COINS conferences.

"This conference is the perfect place for young researchers who want to present their work. As a poster presenter in The COINS 2022, I can ensure that You will be surrounded by supporting people, who take great pleasure in their work and award-winning scientists, who can motivate You to work even harder. I won't miss the opportunity to attend the conference again, and neither should You!"

- Paulina Bialaglovytė, attendee of The COINS 2022.

"In 11th grade, I participated in The COINS 2020 - my first conference. In my eyes, The COINS conference helps to build a future science community from the very start."

- Meda Surdokaitė, attendee of The COINS 2022 High School Students Program.

"Taking part in The COINS conference with a poster presentation was a great experience. Initially, I thought it would be stressful, but if you are confident in your project, it is very satisfying to see how impressed others are with it. I highly recommend participating in the event, especially for those who frequently give presentations for their studies or work. It is valuable to be able to see potential questions and perspectives from people who are not working on the same topic."

- Duygucan Gül, attendee of The COINS 2022.

Participants of The Contact Fair 2023