Experimental Biology 2014 is on track to be one of the largest to date! Scientists and researchers in the fields of: anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pathology, nutrition, and pharmacology will meet to discuss the strides and contributions made to the field of science. The 2014 meeting will feature over 400 booths, plenary award lectures, pre-meeting workshops, oral and poster presentations, and on-site career services.
This multidisciplinary, scientific meeting features plenary and award lectures, pre-meeting workshops, oral and posters sessions, on-site career services and exhibits of an array of equipment, supplies and publications required for research labs and experimental study.
Experimental Biology is an annual meeting comprised of over 14,000 scientists and exhibitors representing six sponsoring societies and multiple guest societies.
General fields of study include anatomy, physiology, pathology, biochemistry, nutrition, and pharmacology. EB 2014 is open to all members of the sponsoring and guest societies and nonmembers with interest in research and life sciences. The majority of scientists represent university and academic institutions as well as government agencies, non-profit organizations and private corporations.
The following societies are meeting with EB 2014:
The American Association of Anatomists (AAA); The American Physiological Society (APS); American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB); American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP); American Society for Nutrition (ASN); and American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET)
For years, EB has attracted the top life science researchers from around the world. We have consistently represented over 65 countries in the fields of anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pathology, nutrition, pharmacology and immunology. EB is the only meeting to have unlimited access to over 14,000 domestic and international decision makers from numerous scientific disciplines all under one roof!
Founded in 1912, the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB) was originally created by three independent scientific organizations to provide a forum in which to hold educational meetings, develop publications, and disseminate biological research results. What started as a small group of dedicated scientists has grown to be the nation’s largest coalition of biomedical researchers, representing 26 scientific societies and over 100,000 researchers from around the world. FASEB is now recognized as the policy voice of biological and biomedical researchers.