7th Spanish-Italian-Portuguese-French
International Workshop on

Structure and Function of Ion Channels and Transporters

Sestri Levante, Genoa, Italy
2-5 October 2019


The Spanish-Italian-Portuguese-French Ion Channel Group (SIPF) and Società Italiana di Fisiologia (SIF) are pleased to announce that the 7th International Workshop on Structure and Function of Ion Channels and Transporters (SFICT) will be held in Sestri Levante, Genoa (Italy), the 2-5 October 2019. For this 7th edition of the workshop which gathers Italian, French, Portuguese and Spanish researchers from the ion channel field every two years, we are expecting a large international participation, which, through a format specially dedicated to young students and post-docs, will foster the exchange of results and ideas between renewed scientists and attendees in a friendly but stimulating environment.

Objective of the Workshop

To open a discussion forum for senior and junior researchers broadly interested in the field of ion channels and transporters, highlighting current research performed in laboratories from Italy, Spain, France and Portugal. Students and postdocs are especially encouraged to attend and present their results as posters or short talks.


The price for a double room to share is 250 euros per student or per young post-doc. Single room is 300 euros. The registration fee includes: lectures, attendance certificate, 3-night-accomodation including breakfast, coffee breaks, 2 lunches, 1 social dinner. After the early registration deadline an extra fee of 30% will be applied.

The price for the participants who do not need any accommodation is 150 euros including lectures, attendance certificate, coffee breaks, 2 lunches, 1 social dinner.



Fabio Benfenati, Pietro Baldelli, Pierluigi Valente, Mattia Di Francesco
Università di Genova, Italy

Marco Caprini, Stefano Ferroni
Università di Bologna, Italy

With the support of

Programme [14/04/2019]


Abstract submission:
2 June 2019

Registrations with early bird discount:
2 June 2019

30 July 2019


Félix Viana
Inst. de Neurosciencias Alicante, UMH-CSIC, Spain

Antonio Ferrer-Montiel
Universidad Miguel Hernández de Elche, Spain

Pierluigi Valente
Università di Genova, Iatly

Marco Caprini
Università di Bologna, Italy

Graça Soveral
Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

Florian Lesage
Université Nice Sophia Antipolis, France

Stefano Ferroni
Università di Bologna, Italy