About FASEB Science Research Conferences
FASEB Science Research Conferences (SRC), began in 1982 to promote dialogue among investigators in the biomedical field. These international conferences welcome prominent scientists, faculty, postdoctoral fellows and graduate students working in areas experiencing rapid scientific advances and conducting cutting-edge research. Meetings are traditionally small, averaging between 100-150 participants, and are held over four to five days with sessions in the mornings and evenings.
FASEB currently has 70 scientific conferences that convene every two to three years, including some that have been with FASEB since the beginning. Selected areas of research addressed by the SRC series include: epigenetics, biochemistry, genetics, genomics, immunology, nutrition, molecular biology, oncology, and metabolism among many others. Additional topics will be covered as new conferences are added to the schedule. For a listing of our current conferences, please view our 2016 Save the Date SRC Schedule.
We welcome you to explore the SRC website, and hope you can join us at a future conference.
Past Conference Series
Please see our past conference schedule flyers to get an idea of the types of conferences we hold and the areas of life science we delve into: