Dear Colleague:

It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the 2020 World Congress on In Vitro Biology from June 6–10, 2020 at the Town and Country Resort in lovely San Diego. This exceptional international event is held only once every 4 years and is a phenomenal chance to explore both the latest research and core principles of in vitro plant and animal in vitro research on a global scale. This year’s program will offer timely perspectives on cell culture, biotechnology, genome editing and more.

The 15th International Conference on Invertebrate and Fish Cell Culture will also be held during the World Congress. This quadrennial event honors pioneers in 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 8. 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.

SIVB is proud to offer special incentives to students to encourage their growth and education.  We also encourage our colleagues in the US and throughout the world to join us  for this exceptional event   We hope you will join us and won’t miss the chance to attend fascinating sessions on the latest scientific discoveries, share your research through abstract submission, 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 San Diego June 2020!

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Keynote Speaker

Alysson R. Muotri, PhD

Sanford Consortium, University of California, San Diego
La Jolla, CA
Emergence of Spontaneous Oscillatory Networks from Human Brain Organoids

2019 Meeting Distinguished Contributors

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