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V Congress of the Serbian Genetic Society

Kladovo, September 28 – October 2, 2014





On behalf of the Serbian Genetic Society, it is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the V Congress of the Serbian Genetic Society.
This Congress will provide an interesting forum for hundreds of national and international colleagues to appreciate the current state of the art in genetics during numerous symposia, workshops and round table discussions led by prominent scientists in their field. The impact of recent advances in „post-genomic era“ and the contribution in so diverse areas such as health, breeding of orgnisms, biodiversity, biotechnology etc. will be discussed. Lectures and poster sessions addressing different areas of genetics will be presented, enabling participants’ integration and aiming to foster collaborations.

Preliminary Topics

  • Genetic diversity and conservation
  • Adaptation to changing environments
  • Behavioral genetics
  • Ecogenotoxicology
  • Mutagenesis / Antimutagenesis
  • Genotoxicology
  • Reproductive Genetics / Prenatal Genetics
  • Neurogenetics
  • Cancer genetics
  • Pharmacogenetics and Personalized / Predictive Medicine
  • Epigenetics
  • Genetic epidemiology / Population genetics / and Evolutionary genetics in Humans
  • Genetic counselling / Education
  • Genes, Genomes and Biotechnology
  • Conventional Breeding
  • Molecular Breeding
  • Plant Breeding to abiotic and biotic stress tolerance
  • Genetic Resources for Breeding
  • Other


The largest national park in Serbia, Djerdap National park ( , located in north-eastern Serbia, on the border with Romania, stretches along the right bank of the Danube River, from Golubac fortress to Kladovo. The main feature and attraction is the Djerdap gorge – miraculous Iron Gate, the largest and longest water breakthrough in Europe. The National park is dotted with many natural and cultural values which are included in a special protection programme: Lepenski Vir (the 8,000 year old archaeological site with exceptionally important traces of settlements of the Neolithic man), the Golubac fortress, the Roman fortress Diana in Kladovo, remnants of the road, tables and bridge built during the time of the Roman Emperor Trajan, forest reserves and natural monuments.
Kladovo is a nice little town located on the shore of Danube. There are two natural spring lakes in the very centre of Kladovo. A special attraction is a 1km long city beach on the river Danube. The town is surrounded by beautiful hills, which are well known for their wine yards called “Negotinsko Vinogorje”. Moderate continental climate and a large number of sunny days are characteristic for the region.


Official language of the congress is English.

Registration Fee

Before 15. September On site
Students 30 € 50 €
Participants 100 € 150 €
Accompanying person 30 € 50 €

Important Dates

Pre-registration deadline March 30, 2014
Abstract submission deadline 30 €
Second announcement with detailed information about accommodation and instruction for abstracts, will be posted on web site until the end of February 2014