The International Mammalian Synthetic Biology Workshop (mSBW) brings together leaders in the synthetic biology with experts from other relevant fields to highlight and inspire cutting-edge synthetic biology research, emphasizing both basic and applied science. The mSBW series has grown to become a signature worldwide event exploring the latest advances and their applications in human health and beyond.
Abstract submission deadline: June 10, 2022
Early Bird Deadline: June 30, 2022
This workshop brings together a diverse, exciting list of multidisciplinary speakers, ranging from established leaders in the field to early-career researchers presenting new research at the forefront of mammalian synthetic biology. The meeting is designed so that there are no parallel tracks, so everyone can engage with the full content.
I am very excited to connect with my peers, younger trainees, and established leaders in mammalian synthetic biology. The community is vibrant, creative, and inspirational. Importantly, this conference effectively highlights the interface between synthetic biology and biomedical engineering.
Top Reasons to Attend:
- This is the only meeting specifically dedicated to mammalian synthetic biology and its applications
- Presentations from leaders on the cutting-edge of research — dedicated to synthetic biology approaches in mammalian cell engineering
- A good opportunity to showcase your work
- Industry panel, with opportunities to network with biotech leaders/startups and international researchers
- A terrific lineup of plenary speakers, sharing the latest in mammalian synthetic biology research
- The conference is unique in its focus on mammalian cell engineering and rational design approaches that push the field beyond transgenics and gene editing
Who Should Attend:
- Researchers from industry, government, and academia
- Scientists across all levels of training (from graduate students to professionals, CEOs, and program leaders)
- Ph.D. students, post-docs, and industry scientists and engineers
- Relevant areas include: basic research, health and medicine, and agriculture