November 11-17, 2018

Ljubljana, Slovenia

Electroporation-Based Technologies and Treatments



Cell membrane electroporation, its mechanisms and applications in biology, medicine and biotechnology. The basis of the phenomena, current applications and future prospects will be main topics of this international meeting.


The postgraduate course is intended both for novices and experts in electroporation, including PhD students, researchers and users. You are all kindly invited to attend the workshop and the course on electroporation based technologies and treatments. In order to apply please submit your abstract and registration form. Abstract submission is strongly encouraged and is necessary if credits (5 ECTS) are sought for. Each participant submitting an abstract will also be required to give a short oral presentation of the work. The forms and instructions can be obtained from This course has been accredited also by the Medical Chamber of Slovenia, so participants receive 30 CME credits.

Organised by:

University of Ljubljana

Institute of Oncology, Ljubljana

Organising committee:


Peter Kramar


Matej Kranjc, Lea Vukanović,

Eva Pirc, Duša Hodžić

Ambasadors of the EBTT:

Maura Casciola, PhD
Frank Reidy Research Center for Bioelectrics,
Old Dominion University
4211 Monarch Way, Suite 318
Norfolk, VA 23508, USA


web pages:

Assistant Professor, Julita Kulbacka, PhD, Eng.
Department of Medical Biochemistry,
Faculty of Medicine
Chalubinskiego 10 Str., 50-368 Wroclaw, POLAND
Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology,

Faculty of Pharmacy
Division of Laboratory Diagnostics
Borowska 211A Str., 50-556 Wroclaw, POLAND


web pages:

Read all about EBTT in an article published by MediaResearch Ltd 2012.

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