Scientific societies to hold Experimental Biology 2010 meeting

Six scientific societies announced they will hold their annual meeting, Experimental Biology (EB 2010; www.experimentalbiology.org), April 24-28, 2010 in Anaheim, CA. The societies are the American Association of Anatomists (AAA), 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). The Importance of EB: Depth and Diversity of Critical Science

The EB 2010 meeting will highlight topics of scientific and public interest that relate to science, health and medicine. Individual topics relating to the sciences are as diverse as alcoholic fatty liver disease, protein folding, stem cell based therapy, nutrition and health, circulating tumor cells, genetic disease susceptibility and regenerative medicine in the 21st century. Thousands of Scientists, Symposia and Lectures

Over the last five years, the EB meeting has averaged more than 13,700 attendees, of which more than 10,000 were scientists. This year's meeting expects to exceed the average. The majority of scientists represent university and academic institutions as well as government agencies, non-profit organizations and private corporations. Please Join Us

There are numerous benefits of covering the EB 2010 meeting. Members of the media who attend EB will have access to:

  • six society meetings in one location
  • 50+ concurrent scientific sessions spanning the disciplines of the sponsoring societies
  • attendees from 65 countries and
  • 400 exhibit booths representing nearly 300 companies.

Meeting Venue Sits Within a Large Research Hub

EB 2010 is being held at the Anaheim Convention Center. The city of Anaheim is located within driving distance of several major research universities and institutions, including the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), the University of California, Irvine (UC-Irvine), the University of Southern California (USC), Caltech, the Scripps Research Institute, the Salk Institute, and the Burnham Institute for Medical Research. California is an important research hub. In 2008 alone, the state received some $3.0 billion in research grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH). Media Registration

The meeting is being held at the Anaheim Convention Center from Saturday, April 24 through Wednesday, April 28, 2010. The media are invited to attend. Free registration is available to representatives of the press, including those from print, broadcast, radio and online venues. Passes will be issued to members of the working press and freelance writers bearing a letter of assignment from their editor on publication letterhead. Two recent articles related to EB topics must be submitted with all press applications. Representatives of allied fields (public information, public affairs and public relations) may register as nonmembers at the nonmember conference rate. An onsite newsroom will be available for the press.

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