Special Symposia

 The ASBMB Special Symposia program was established in 2003 to provide specific or under-represented segments of the scientific community with opportunities to present unique, cutting-edge science and engage in active networking opportunities. The ASBMB Special Symposia strive to achieve a well-respected reputation among its membership and within the larger scientific community, based on the quality of organizers, presenters and scientific programming, as well as by providing an over-all excellent attendee experience. These meetings create a nurturing environment for our future scientists, with opportunities to highlight the work of students and young investigators on a scale not traditionally available in the larger, national meetings, with the majority of talks selected from the volunteered abstracts.  


The Many Faces of Kinases and Pseudokinases   
Dec. 9–12, 2018
San Diego, Calif.


Evolution and Core Processes in Gene Expression   
May 9–12, 2019
East Lansing, Mich.


Transforming Undergraduate education in the
Molecular Life Sciences
  
July 25–28, 2019
San Antonio, Texas


Serine Proteases in Pericellular Proteolysis and Signaling    
Sept. 12–15, 2019
Potomac, Md.
More information to come


Emerging Roles for the Nucleolus   
Oct. 24–27, 2019
Kansas City, Mo.
More information to come



Contact  meetings@asbmb.org for additional questions or concerns.