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The EB 2021 Virtual Experience

Experimental Biology (EB) 2021 lets you take a deep dive into the vast offerings across five disciplines including anatomy, biochemistry and molecular biology, investigative pathology, pharmacology, and physiology. EB 2021 offers you more value in terms of breadth of topic coverage than any other meeting in the life sciences. 

Now you won’t have to miss anything! All content will be available to registered attendees for viewing on demand until May 31, 2021. 

In mid-April, registered attendees will receive credentials to log in and create a personalized schedule to include all of your ‘must see’ content – either in real time, or at your convenience on-demand. Until then, explore the View Program button or each society’s EB programs at the links provided below to browse session details and opportunities. 

American Association for Anatomy
American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
American Society for Investigative Pathology
American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
American Physiological Society


Virtual Program Highlights

  • Hundreds of scientific sessions broadcast from 10:00 am - 6:30 pm daily (Eastern Daylight Time) from Apr. 27-30. 
  • Recording of all sessions are available on demand for viewing at your convenience until May 31.
  • The Tang Prize Award Lecture by Dr. Tony Hunter. 
  • Sessions and symposia will feature the ability to ask questions in the virtual chat function and receive responses live from the presenters. 
  • Thousands of poster presentations with a short audio narration by the author and the ability to ask questions in the chat box.  All chat discussions will be sent to the presenter for a response. 
  • Throughout EB 2021, connect with presenters and other attendees by text chat or 1:1 video call.
  • Career Central to include job postings, small mentor-led career roundtables, short on-demand career advice videos, and career development workshops. 
  • A life sciences marketplace with the latest in products and services important to scientists.


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