Call for Workshops

Global Biotechnology Congress 2017 conference invites proposals to organize a one day workshop as part of the conference program for approval by the program committee. Global Biotechnology Congress 2017 is a unique international conference that provides a platform for all pharmaceutical scientists and primary care physicians to discuss important international breakthroughs in biotechnology. The focus of the conference will be on the interdisciplinary fields of pharmaceutical, medical and related areas in biotech.

The previous conferences of this series of events were held in Dubai in February 2008-2016 and in Boston in June 2013-2016. Thirty Nobel Laureates and more than 5000 international delegates participated in these conferences! They were outstanding successes by all accounts.

Please view the comments of previous delegates at the conference website
The list of thematic sessions, covering both pre-clinical and clinical research can be viewed at

One-day workshops will be held in conjunction with the main events. Prospective workshop organizers are requested to follow the guidelines below and are encouraged to contact the scientific committee for any questions.

Important Dates

30th April, 2017 Workshop proposal deadline
15th May, 2017 Workshop proposal notification (on the conference website)
10th to 13th July, 2017 Main conferences
12th July, 2017 Workshops

Submission and notification deadlines of the workshops are at the discretion of the individual workshop organizers, however notification must be no later than the early registration deadline for the conferences which is 15th May, 2017.

Proposal Submission Guidelines

Workshop proposals must be written in English and not exceed 2 A4 pages. Proposal should be submitted electronically in PDF format via email to Mr. F. Haq (

Proposals should include the following information:

  • The title, theme, and goals of the workshop.
  • The targeted audience and the expected number of participants. We prefer that workshops remain open to participation from any members of the community, but by-invitation-only workshops will also be considered. Please explicitly state your preference.
  • Promotion and publicity plan for the workshop that will be carried out by the Workshop organizers.
  • The participant solicitation and selection process.
  • Publication plan. Each workshop is responsible for managing its own publication (e.g., pre- and/or post- proceedings), if any is desired.
  • Approximate budget proposal.
  • A preliminary version of the call for papers, which must include important dates (e.g. submission, notification, and camera-ready deadlines).
  • The equipment and any other resource necessary for the organization of the workshop; and whether a poster session is planned.
  • A brief description of the organizer’s background, including relevant past experience on organizing workshops and contact information.

Publicity plan should include but not be limited to the following

  1. Providing a workshop description (200 words) for inclusion on the GBC 2017 website.
  2. Hosting and maintaining web pages either on the GBC 2017 website or linked from it.
  3. Editing workshop proceedings, if any.
  4. Publicizing the event.

Contact Information

Mr. F. Haq (
Manager Marketing
Eureka Conferences Inc.