The 2022 ASBMB Annual Meeting, held in conjunction with Experimental Biology, will take place in person April 2–5 in Philadelphia.
Join thousands of scientists from multiple disciplines with shared research interests. Present your latest findings, hear inspiring lectures, participate in workshops, and form new bonds that will help you achieve the most important work of your career.
The meeting will feature symposia on:
- Education and professional development
- Protein machines and disorder
- Quality control in organelles
- Tackling adversity: tales of the epigenome
Experience four days of immersive and insightful exchange among life scientists from around the world.
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The Experimental Biology conference — hosted by five scientific societies supporting studies in biochemistry and molecular biology, anatomy, pharmacology, physiology and pathology — attracts thousands of researchers and exhibitors.
Starting in 2023, the five societies will be parting ways. So don’t miss this last chance to converse and forge collaborations with scientists from multiple disciplines with shared research interests.
COVID-19 vaccine requirement
For the health and safety of our members and community, EB 2022 is requiring COVID-19 vaccines for anyone attending the event.
|Feb. 7||Early registration ends|
|Feb. 8||Advance registration begins|
|March 18||Advance registration ends|
|March 19||Regular registration begins|
|Oct. 15||Deadline for ASBMB fast-track program|
|Nov. 30||Abstract submission deadline|
|Dec. 15||Last-chance abstract submissions open|
|Jan. 27||Last-chance abstract submission deadline|
|Dec. 6||Deadline for applications|
What you need to know
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|Registration type||Early registration
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(Feb. 8 – March 18)
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You must have a department head or research advisor certify your student eligibility. If registering online, enter the name and email address of your department head. Postdoctoral fellows, hospital residents, interns and laboratory technicians do not qualify as students.
You must certify your student eligibility. If registering online, enter the name and email address of your department head.
Trainees have obtained their doctoral degree within the last five years and are currently enrolled in a postdoctoral trainee program.