Dear colleagues


It is a great pleasure to invite you on behalf of the Organizing Committee to the Joint meeting for Plant and Human Sulfur Biology and Glucosinolates, that will be held in Sevilla (Spain) from the 26th to 30th September 2021.


Considering the security situation caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and the difficulties in movement between countries that some participants may encounter, the meeting will be held in a hybrid format that combines in-person and virtual conferences.


The meeting follows the steps of the first successful Plant and Human Sulfur Biology meeting in Hungary and the 4th Glucosinolate Conference in Berlin. It aims to bring together these two communities and serve as a place for scientific networking in which researchers and students can discuss key points on sulfur and glucosinolate research relevant for plant and human scientists, with emphasis on biochemical mechanisms. We wish for researchers and students to be able to get in contact with each other and learn about the recent exciting developments in several areas – sulfation pathways, redox regulation and thiol modification, H2S signaling, metabolism of sulfur compounds, glucosinolate metabolism, natural variation, ecology, and their roles in health and agroproduction. – in sessions with mixed “green” (plants) and “red” (humans) speakers. 


The conference is open to scientists from academia and industry. We believe your presence and participation would be of great interest to our scientific community and also an exciting opportunity for you to stand out and expand visibility of your research.


The meeting will be held in Sevilla, a city nestled on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, heiress to a rich Arab legacy and become the most important and thriving commercial port with the Americas. Nowadays, Sevilla has one of the largest historic centers in Europe and besides its important monuments and fascinating history, the city is internationally known for being a joyous and bright city.




Yours sincerely


Luis C. Romero (Conference Chair)

Cecilia Gotor (Co-Chair)