Date: 20—24 April 2013
Location: Boston Convention and Exhibition Centre
Join us in Boston for the joint ASPET/BPS Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology 2013.
This year scientists and researchers in the fields of: anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pathology, nutrition, and pharmacology will meet in Boston to discuss the strides and contributions made to the field of science.
The 2013 meeting will feature over 400 booths, plenary award lectures, pre-meeting workshops, oral and poster presentations, and on-site career services.
Call for Abstracts and Programme Information - Abstract submission is now closed
All late breaking abstracts will be programmed in poster sessions for presentation on Wednesday 24 April 2013.
All EB attendees and exhibitors are encouraged to make hotel reservations by utilizing the official EB 2013 housing bureau, Experient. Deadline for reservations is 22 March 2013.
BPS members can register for $360 (full price $525) and students for $80 (full price $90)
Online registration is now closed.
On-site registration will be available starting at 1:00PM EDT on Wednesday, April 24 outside room 157ABC of the Boston Convention Center.
Date: 24-25 April 2013
Location: Boston Convention and Exhibition Centre, Room 157
A satellite programme to the joint ASPET/BPS Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology 2013
Laura Bohn, PhD, The Scripps Research Institute, Scripps Florida
Roger Sunahara, PhD, University of Michigan Medical School
Graeme Milligan, PhD, University of Glasgow, College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences
Sponsored by the ASPET Divisions for Neuropharmacology, Molecular Pharmacology, Drug Discovery and Development, & Toxicology, and the British Pharmacological Society
Please note: Delegates who are already registered for Experimental Biology can attend the Wednesday afternoon session for free. If you would like to attend the poster session, dinner on Wednesday evening and the whole of the Thursday, you will need to register.
BPS Student Registration: £65 (late fee: £95)
BPS Full Registration: £160 (late fee: £220)
Abstract submission is now closed.