Dear Colleague:

It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the 2021 In Vitro Biology Meeting from June 5-9, 2021at the Hilton Norfolk, The Main in charming Norfolk, Virginia. This is a wonderful opportunity to meet face-to-face with experts in your field to explore the core principles and recent innovations in in vitro plant and animal research. This year’s program will offer timely perspectives on biotechnology, genome editing, infectious disease, and more.

The 15th International Conference on Invertebrate and Fish Cell Culture will also be held during the 2021 Meeting. This quadrennial event was postponed in 2020 so that participants could meet in person to honor the pioneers from the fields of invertebrate and fish cell culture who have contributed outstanding achievements and significantly contributed toward invertebrate and fish research. The conference will be held Saturday, June 5. If your research involves invertebrate or fish cell culture, you won’t want to miss this program.

Please take some time to look through this website. It will continue to be updated as more information is available with details on the program, special events and other special opportunities available to participants.

We hope you will make your plans to attend this year’s exceptional program addressing the latest scientific discoveries, share your research through abstract submission, take advantage of the numerous special incentives available to students to enhance their professional growth, and maybe even find the mentor or guide who can encourage your future research. This is an opportunity not to be missed!

See you in Norfolk June 2021!

Keynote Speaker

J. Keith Joung, MD, PhD

Robert B. Colvin, M.D., Endowed Chair in Pathology, Desmond and Ann Heathwood Research Scholar,
Pathologist at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), and Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School
Charlestown, MA 
CRISPR-based Technologies for Targeted Genome Editing and Gene Regulation

2021 In Vitro Biology Meeting Distinguished Contributors

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