Society for Leukocyte Biology

The Society for Leukocyte Biology (SLB) is devoted to the exploration of cellular and molecular biology of leukocytes and host defense.

SLB’s Mission

The goals of the Society are to promote the discipline of leukocyte biology by promoting research and scientific endeavor in the field; promoting the study of leukocyte biology by young investigators; promoting the field to a wide audience, including other scientists and people interested in science; promoting and extending current understanding of the importance of leukocyte biology, particularly in regard to the physiology of these cells and their relationship to the immune system; promoting education and further understanding of leukocytes’ importance in diseases and their application to biotechnology.

Quick Facts

  • The Society for Leukocyte Biology comprises approximately 1,400 members including leukocyte biologists, students, postdoctoral scientists, and faculty.
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