APS Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology

Welcome to the APS Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology

Register by February 5

The American Physiological Society’s (APS) Joint Program Committee has organized an exciting conference highlighting the broad range of emerging physiological research topics for this year’s APS annual meeting at Experimental Biology. Here, you’ll find physiology program highlights, important attendee information and tips for getting the most out of this cross-disciplinary gathering of leading biomedical researchers. Get started by browsing the schedule by day or schedule by sponsor to learn more about session topics and speakers. Check back often for more news and updates.

We look forward to seeing you in San Diego on April 4–7, 2020.

Featured Highlights

Abstract submission deadline is November 18, 12 p.m.
The abstract submission deadline for the APS annual meeting is just one week away. On-time abstract submissions will be considered for both poster and oral presentations. Submit your best work today to ensure your research is part of the hot science being presented.

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“It’s the people who make EB great!”
We couldn’t agree more. See how APS member Audrey Vasauskas spent her time at EB 2018 meeting and learn why she looks forward to attending every year in this photoblog.

Quick Links

  • Register—APS members receive big discounts on meeting registration for EB. Join today!
  • Submit an AbstractAbstract submission deadline: November 14, 2019.
  • Code of Conduct—EB is committed to providing a friendly, safe, and welcoming environment for all event participants. It is EB’s policy that all forms of discrimination and harassment, sexual or otherwise, are prohibited in any EB events or activities.
  • Visit the Experimental Biology Website

Host Societies

Experimental Biology is the annual meeting of five Host Societies. By becoming a member of one of the societies below before registering, you can save up to $200 off the price of regular registration. Click a Host Society logo below to join today and save:

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