Cell Bio focuses on the fundamental basis of biology, where attendees congregate in an inclusive environment to learn about the latest advances in cell science from peers, educators, and renowned experts from all over the world. We believe cutting-edge science is found at every corner of our community. As such, Cell Bio welcomes presenters, organizers, and attendees from every career-level, research area, institution, and demographic background.
Want to contribute to the 2023 program?
Learn more about the available opportunities below to give a talk or poster presentation, sponsor a session, or lead a roundtable discussion.
These sessions feature the most cutting-edge advances in nearly every area of cell biology. Listen, learn, and be inspired by world-class experts and emerging scientists who are at the forefront of scientific discovery.
These sessions offer the most groundbreaking research by scientists with top-scoring abstracts in each of the eight meeting tracks.
These member-organized sessions take a deep dive into specialty subjects under the seven scientific tracks.
Education, Professional Development, Diversity, & Inclusion
Gain access to topics focused on the scientific enterprise: education, career development, international relations, science policy, communications, and diversity in the workforce.
These special sessions, hosted by our sponsors, dive further into the scientific enterprise: education, career development, international relations, science policy, communications, and diversity in the workforce.
Poster Presentations - 1st Poster Deadline: Sept 5; 2nd Poster Deadline: Oct 10
Visit poster presenters and learn about new scientific research developments within the cell biology community.
Exhibitor Tech Talks
Learn about new products advancing scientific research and innovation.
Roundtable Discussions - Application Period: June 1-Oct 10
Strike up unique conversations with peers at these lunchtime roundtables discussing the hottest topics in the research community.
Cell Bio 2023 aims to enhance your meeting experience by integrating special interest tracks focused on your area of interest. These tracks will identify scientific sessions, poster presentations, and networking sessions within a topic area providing your ideal path for navigating the latest science at the meeting.
|Communal Cell||Specialized Cell & Evolution||Signaling & Metabolism||Cellular Genome|
|Cellular Dynamics||Cells in Distress & Disease||Physical Cell|
Cell Bio Virtual 2023 Program Organizers
|Amy Gladfelter, ASCB Chair
University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
|Sara Wickström, EMBO Chair
Max Planck Institute for Molecular Biomedicine
Committee Members by Scientific Track
|Tyrone Hayes, University of California Berkeley|
|Anne Grapin Botton, MPI-CBG|
|Akihiko Nakano, Riken, Japan|
|Juan Bonifacino, National Institutes of Health|
|Specialized Cell and Evolution|
|Ido Amit, Weizmann Institute of Science|
|Frank Bradke, German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases|
|Cells in Distress and Disease|
|Michael Boutros, DKFZ|
|Nihal Altan-Bonnet, National Institutes of Health|
|Signaling and Metabolism|
|Heather Pinkett, Northwestern University|
|James Olzmann, Berkeley|
|Jeanne Stachowiak, University of Texas at Austin|
|Kandice Tanner, National Institutes of Health|
|Eva Hoffman, University of Copenhagen|
|Melike Lakadamyali, University of Pennsylvania|