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Get Social!

We're inviting you to show your colleagues and friends how you're getting social with Experimental Biology (EB) 2022! There are several ways to share information about the conference including sharing the "I'll Be There" graphic on social media, following and engaging with attendees on Twitter and sharing your favorite pictures from previous EB conferences! 

Will You Be There?

Whether you’re a speaker, poster presenter, exhibitor, first time attendee or general lover of the life sciences, tell the world about what you’ll be doing at Experimental Biology 2022 in two simple steps:

  1. Download the "I'll Be There" graphic by right clicking on the image and then saving it.

  2. Post the image to Twitter, Facebook or Instagram. Add a line or two about why you are attending and don't forget to include the hashtag #ExpBio!

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Follow Our Official EB Tweeters!

  • Julie Bastarache, Vanderbilt University Medical Center (@JulesBass6)

  • Francisco Carrillo-Salinas, Tufts University (@FranCarrilloPhD)

  • Amy Engevik, Medical University of South Carolina (@AmyEngevik)

  • Mindy Engevik, Medical University of South Carolina College of Medicine (@MicroMindy)

  • Anberitha Matthews, Redefining Health, LLC (@AnberithaT)

  • Vik Meadows, Indiana University (@TXevergreengirl)

  • Padmanabhan Pattabiraman, Indiana University School of Medicine (@LabPadhu)

  • Daisy Shu, Harvard Medical School (@EyeDaisyShu)

  • Austin Shull, Presbyterian College (@YoungShull)

  • Kristine Wadosky, Arvinas (@KristineWadosky)

Share Your Experimental Biology Memories

For over 20 years, EB has been the annual meeting of five societies where the latest research in anatomy, biochemistry and molecular biology, investigative pathology, pharmacology, and physiology.  The American Association for Anatomy (AAA), American Physiological Society (APS), American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB), American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP), and American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET).

EB 2022 will be the last combined Experimental Biology meeting. Join us in celebrating years of bringing together scientists in the life sciences for networking and learning! Submit pictures of you and your colleagues at previous meetings. Select photos will be displayed on our on this page and in our daily highlight emails. Share on Twitter using #ExpBioThrowback or email us your pictures at ebmemories@experimentalbiology.org. Each day of the conference, we'll add more pictures that you've shared!