Guest Society Program

SEBM/EBM Symposium 2017
     Guest society of the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

The Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (SEBM) is a not-for-profit scientific society formed to promote investigation in the biomedical sciences by encouraging and facilitating interchange of scientific information among disciplines.  The SEBM is hosting three symposia and a poster session during the 2017 ASBMB annual meeting. For more information, see below. 

Abstract Topic Categories

2281   Organs on a Chip (SEBM)
2282   High Resolution Imaging in Medicine (SEBM)
2283   Nutrition Impact on Bacteria and Host Health (SEBM)

Scientific Programming  

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Sunday, April 23

High Resolution Imaging in Medicine organized by Warren Zimmer, Texas A&M University
  • Keynote: Xiaowei Zhuang, Harvard University, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
    Title pending
  • Tom Burghardt, Mayo Clinic
    Title pending
  • Jennifer Lippincott-Schwartz, NICHD, NIH
    Title pending
  • Raymond Ober, Texas A&M University
    Title pending 

Monday, April 24

Progress toward Adoption of Microphysiological Systems in Biology and Medicine organized by John P. Wikswo, Vanderbilt University
  • Joanna Burdette, Northwestern University
    Reproductive organs-on-chips
  • Tom Knudsen, US Environmental Protective Agency
    organs-on-chips and organoids for developmental toxicology
  • William Murphy, University of Wisconsin-Madison
    Synthetic hydrogels for organoids and organ-on-chip assays
  • Lans Taylor, University of Pittsburgh
    Liver on chip and organ-organ toxicology

Tuesday, April 25

Nutrition Impact on Bacteria and Host Health: From Basic science to Global View organized by Clinton Allred, Texas A&M University
  • Sharon M. Donovan, University of Illinois
    Host microbe interactions in the human infant: Impact of nutrition
  • Arul Jayaraman, Texas A&M University
    Title pending
  • Mark j. Manary, Washington University School of St. Louis, School of Medicine
    Legumes and gut health
  • Stephen J.D. O'Keefe, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
    Title pending