Experimental Biology (EB) is an annual meeting comprised of over 12,000 scientists and exhibitors. It is a multidisciplinary, scientific meeting featuring plenary and award lectures, pre-meeting workshops, oral and poster sessions, on-site career service.
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 (EB) is an annual meeting comprised of over 12,000 scientists and exhibitors representing five host societies and multiple guest societies. General fields of study include anatomy, biochemistry and molecular biology, investigative pathology, pharmacology, and physiology. EB is open to all members of the host 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.
Mission: This multidisciplinary, scientific meeting features plenary and award lectures, pre-meeting workshops, oral and posters sessions, on-site career services and exhibits of an exhibit floor with an array of equipment, supplies and publications required for research labs and experimental study.
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Did you miss your chance to submit an abstract to Experimental Biology 2021? No worries! Last-chance abstracts will be accepted today through February 4. Start here: https://bit.ly/35GAkBc
Time is running out! Abstracts for Experimental Biology 2021 are due Thursday, January 7. Determine your abstract topic and submit your abstract for an oral or poster presentation today. https://bit.ly/3pPYXTB
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Want to be part of a virtual experience like no other? Submit an abstract to Experimental Biology 2021 on your cutting-edge research in anatomy, biochemistry, molecular biology, investigative pathology, pharmacology, and physiology. https://bit.ly/3ePgLdm
Get ready for an amazing virtual learning experience! Experimental Biology 2021 is coming to you April 27–30. Make plans now to build connections through video chats and group discussions, attend engaging educational sessions, review and discuss posters, and more. Save the date and look for more details later.
The 2020 Tang Prize in Biopharmaceutical Science is jointly awarded to Drs. Charles Dinarello, Marc Feldmann, and Tadamitsu Kishimoto for developing cytokine-targeting biological therapies for treatment of inflammatory diseases. Watch the livestream of their forum, “Targeting the Hyperactive Immune System, from Autoimmune Disease to Cytokine Storms,” to keep abreast of the latest development in biomedical science in the age of coronavirus. https://bit.ly/2GOZYu0
Given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Experimental Biology has been forced to cancel our in-person meeting in Indianapolis, May 1-4, 2021. However, we will offer Experimental Biology in a virtual format, which will bring you the latest research in anatomy, biochemistry, molecular biology, investigative pathology, pharmacology, and physiology in an interactive, engaging format. The 2021 dates will be announced soon.
Explore the many components of life sciences from home with the new Experimental Biology e-posters. Nearly 500 (and counting) of the abstracts scheduled for presentation at Experimental Biology 2020 are online, offering you a convenient way to gain cutting-edge insight on many areas of life sciences. Some of the abstracts include author contact information so you can ask questions and build new connections. https://bit.ly/3buj3eo
Plus, nearly 6,500 abstracts will be available in The FASEB Journal.
New research finds nicotine-filled e-cigarettes increased heart rate and blood pressure in healthy, 20-year-old nonsmokers. The new study was scheduled for presentation at #ExpBio 2020. https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2020-04/eb-snt042320.php
Surging CBD popularity has led to commercial tests for early determination of hemp plant sex, which is important for increasing CBD production. A study that was scheduled for #ExpBio 2020 finds these tests may not all be accurate. https://bit.ly/2KB9Eab
eurekalert.org A new study has found that tests used for early determination of hemp sex may not all produce accurate results.
[04/30/20] Obesity has been shown to place physical stress on the body, but new research suggests that excess weight may also cause mental fatigue. The study was scheduled for presentation at #ExpBio 2020. https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2020-04/eb-hdc042320.php
Researchers created brain-region specific spheroids that can be maintained for years, allowing the direct investigation of various neuropsychiatric diseases. This research was scheduled for presentation at #ExpBio 2020. https://bit.ly/2KEJBii
Although typically spread by mosquitoes, Zika sometimes spreads person-to-person by sexual transmission. New findings that were scheduled to be presented at #ExpBio 2020 provide the first molecular-level insights into how the virus can move through sexual contact. https://bit.ly/2YcDDxg
eurekalert.org Zika virus is capable of replicating and spreading infectious particles within the outermost cells lining the vaginal tract, according to new research. The findings provide the first molecular-level insights into how the virus can move from person to person through sexual contact.
Heart problems are a side effect of several cancer therapies. In work that was scheduled for presentation at #ExpBio 2020, researchers identify biomarkers that could provide early warning of cardiovascular problems with a simple blood test.https://bit.ly/2SdKsuo
eurekalert.org Scientists have identified a collection of biomarkers that together signal that a person's cancer treatment may be harming their heart.
A new study that was scheduled to be presented at #ExpBio 2020 used salt-tolerant bacteria to enhance salt tolerance in plants. This approach could help increase crop yield in areas dealing with increasing soil salinity. https://bit.ly/2SeeNZY
A new mouse study, originally scheduled for #ExpBio 2020, found that reducing brain inflammation before disease symptoms appear might help slow Alzheimer’s disease progression. https://bit.ly/3aEM3jv
eurekalert.org In a new animal study examining Alzheimer's disease, researchers found that disease progression could be slowed by decreasing neuroinflammation in the brain before memory problems and cognitive impairment were apparent.
Research that was scheduled for presentation at #ExpBio 2020 reveals blood vessel changes in young adults with PTSD, potentially helping to explain their higher risk for heart disease. https://bit.ly/3eYn3Xx
eurekalert.org A new study helps explain why people with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) face a higher risk of heart disease at an earlier age than people without PTSD.
CBD could be a useful therapy for glioblastoma brain cancer, suggests a new study that was scheduled for #ExpBio 2020. Even with major advancements in treatment, survival rates for this cancer have not significantly improved. https://bit.ly/2YfafGr
eurekalert.org Findings from a new study examining human and canine brain cancer cells suggest that cannabidiol, or CBD, could be a useful therapy for a difficult-to-treat brain cancer.
A new study showed that vagus nerve stimulation with a small earbud-like device helped modulate the stomach’s response in people with indigestion. The research was scheduled for presentation at #ExpBio 2020. https://bit.ly/3cQpY2O
Rheumatoid arthritis treatments often come with serious side effects. A mouse study that was scheduled for #ExpBio 2020 shows that a new light-activated drug delivery method helps confine treatments to the joints, which could reduce whole-body side effects. https://bit.ly/2VKhapE
eurekalert.org Results from a new mouse study suggest that a new light-activated drug delivery method helps confine treatments to the joints, which could reduce whole-body side effects.
Researchers weave blood vessels that could one day be used to repair diseased or damaged vessels in the body. This research was scheduled for presentation at #ExpBio 2020 https://bit.ly/2VF3Jae
eurekalert.org Researchers have used threads made of engineered human tissue to weave blood vessels that could one day help repair diseased or damaged blood vessels.
Can loud noises actually harm your health? Two mouse studies that were scheduled for presentation at #ExpBio 2020 provide new insight into how exposure to high levels of noise can lead to high blood pressure and cancer-related DNA damage. https://bit.ly/2yNkS8U
A study that was scheduled for presentation at #ExpBio 2020 finds evidence that compounds in e-cigarette liquid could lead to lung scarring. The research also suggests that inhibiting a nicotine receptor could help slow scar formation in affected people. https://bit.ly/2zyNi6N
eurekalert.org Researchers report evidence that the compounds in e-cigarette liquid could potentially cause the body's tissue repair process to go haywire and lead to scarring inside the lungs. The new study, conducted in cell cultures, also suggests that inhibiting a certain nicotinic receptor could help promote....
Research that was scheduled for #ExpBio 2020 found that a tube worm’s slime emits long-lasting blue light thanks to an iron storage protein called ferritin that acts like a molecular battery. https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2020-04/eb-tws042220.php
Clean” mice raised in conditions free of certain bacteria and viruses are typically used to study how the immune system responds to diseases and vaccines. A new study that was scheduled for presentation at #ExpBio 2020 suggests standard laboratory mice may lead scientists to overestimate vaccine efficacy: https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2020-04/eb-mc042320.php
Although both men and women have the capacity for phenomenal athletic achievements, new research finds that women, on average, must work harder to breathe during strenuous exercise compared to men. The study was scheduled for presentation at #ExpBio 2020: https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2020-04/eb-bde042320.php
New research that was scheduled for #ExpBio 2020 suggests that FDA-approved drugs used to treat other disorders could help halt preterm labor: https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2020-04/eb-rid042220.php
Findings from a new animal study that was scheduled for presentation at #ExpBio 2020 suggest that vaping during breastfeeding could be linked to problems with skull and face development. https://bit.ly/2W46nW2
eurekalert.org EurekAlert! is an online science news service featuring health, medicine, science and technology news from leading research institutions and universities. Sponsored by AAAS, the science society.
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Following recent reports from WHO and the CDC, EB Management has cancelled Experimental Biology 2020. More information is available here: http://bit.ly/2TrrYHQ We thank you for understanding the extreme difficulty of this decision and for your commitment to EB2020.
Review a wide range of poster sessions on cutting-edge science and translational research at Experimental Biology 2020. http://bit.ly/2HsziNh
Take the next step in your career with the help of Experimental Biology 2020's Career Central. Practice your presentation skills, view job listings, have your resume critiqued, and attend micro-learning sessions on professional development topics: http://bit.ly/2sHSH8M
Unleash your potential at Career Central at Experimental Biology 2020. Practice your presentation skills, take part in short discussions on professional development topics, explore specialized topics in our career workshops, and more! http://bit.ly/2sHSH8M
Edward Dennis, a distinguished professor at the University of California, San Diego, won the Bert and Natalie Vallee Award in Biomedical Science. He will present his lecture, "Enzyme Hydrophobic Sites and Allosteric Membrane Interactions Regulate Signaling and Mediators of Inflammation," on April 7. #ExpBio
Heard about the Common Fund's SPARC program at the National Institutes of Health? Explore how SPARC is improving public health. http://bit.ly/2PafXUM Make plans to visit the SPARC booth in the Exhibit Hall at Experimental Biology 2020.
The SPARC program is a trans-NIH effort managed by the NIH Common Fund in the Office of the Director and supported by NIBIB, NINDS, NIDDK, and NCATS. Learn a...
Experimental Biology (EB) is the annual meeting of five societies bringing together more than 12,000 scientists and 25 guest societies in one interdisciplinary community. This annual meeting is your place to explore the latest cutting-edge science in anatomy, biochemistry and molecular biology, investigative pathology, pharmacology, and physiology. EB welcomes everyone with interest in advancing the latest research impacting life sciences. Attendees represent scientists from academic institutions, government agencies, nonprofit organizations and industry.
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