APS Annual Meeting at Experimental Biology




APS at EB 2021 Goes Virtual

In 2021, the American Physiological Society (APS) annual meeting, held in conjunction with Experimental Biology (EB), is coming to you in a new virtual format. Our dynamic platform will bring you the latest research in physiology, anatomy, biochemistry, molecular biology, investigative pathology and pharmacology in an environment that fosters interaction among global attendees. Sign up for email announcements, and stay tuned for more details on a program that will feature the best in biomedical research.

Secure Your Spot

We know budgets may be tight this year. That’s why we’ve reduced registration rates for the 2021 virtual EB meeting by up to 40%. Register now to collaborate with an interdisciplinary network of emerging and leading scientists. APS members receive an additional discount, so join today! Advance registration deadline: April 12.

Thanks to Our Sponsors

We would like to thank our many sponsors who provide support for APS programming. Explore the full list.

Complimentary Access to a Joint Colloquium on G Protein-coupled Receptors

We're offering all EB registrants complimentary access to the virtual program, "Joint Colloquium on G Protein-coupled Receptors (GPCR)," on May 10–11, 2021. Hosted by APS, the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics and the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, this is an opportunity to explore recent discoveries and multidisciplinary approaches in GPCR research.

Distinguished and Award Lecturers

Experimental Biology offers the unparalleled opportunity for scientists to share the newest concepts and research findings shaping clinical advances in areas from laboratory to translational to clinical research. Don’t miss the premier distinguished and award lecturers selected in each field of study presenting live at this year’s conference.

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