February 29 - March 3
Palm Springs, California
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Deadline for Early Bird Registration is January 15, 2020!
The Association of Biomolecular Resource Facilities (ABRF) is pleased to invite you to join us for the 2020 ABRF Annual Meeting, February 29 – March 3 in Palm Springs, CA. As the largest international organization representing shared resource cores, the ABRF Annual Meeting is THE annual conference for technology-enabled multidisciplinary research. ABRF 2020 will offer an exciting mix of cutting edge science, novel technology, data science, and the latest on rapidly evolving applications and methodology.
The 2020 ABRF Annual Meeting, ABRF 2020: Empowering Team Science represents the collaborative energy of technology, scientific research and core leadership. ABRF 2020 offers new programming options for and beyond the booth to drive traffic to the exhibitors, and content integral to all core laboratories, as well as targeted programming for Genomics, Core Administration Leadership/Management, Imaging, Cytometry, Bioinformatics, and Mass Spectrometry enabled ‘Omics. Along with ample opportunities for networking, collaboration and career development, ABRF 2020 is the meeting to attend!
Register today – note that for best performance of the registration system, we recommend using Chrome and a traditional desktop/laptop, not a mobile device.
Corporate Sponsorship Opportunities
George Church, a pioneer in personal genomics and synthetic biology, to receive ABRF Annual Award for Outstanding Contributions to Biomolecular Technologies at 2020 Annual Meeting.
ABRF is pleased to recognize Dr. Church for his groundbreaking research in genomic sequencing and his leadership in the fields of gene therapy and synthetic biology technologies.
Dr. Church will be presented with the ABRF Award prior to his plenary presentation at the ABRF 2020 Annual Meeting, on Monday, March 2.
Plan now to be a part of the ABRF 2020 Annual Meeting to hear from Dr. Church and to learn more about the latest advances in biomolecular technology.