Participa en la conferencia ABRCMS como estudiante, juez, o vendedor (Fecha límite para abstractos: Sept 7)

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With a new school year starting, ABRCMS is right around the corner. Time to start planning your trip to the upcoming conference.

  • September 7 - Abstract & ABRCMS Student Travel Award Submission Deadline
  • September 28 - Judges’ Travel Subsidy Application Deadline
  • September 28 - FASEB MARC Travel Award Application Deadline

Visit the abstract submission page for eligibility and other important abstract information; visit the travel award page to learn more about the three travel awards being offered this year to attendees and judges.

Announcing 2012 Program!

Visit for program highlights and featured speakers.

Call for Judges

Active researchers are needed to serve as judges at the 2012 ABRCMS. Doctoral-level graduate students, postdoctoral scientists, faculty members and program directors are eligible to volunteer. To get started, complete the online intent form.

  • On-site Judging, November 8 - 10

Conference & Housing Registration

Don't forget to register online for ABRCMS 2012. Housing is limited, so secure your room early.

  • October 17 - Housing Reservation Deadline
  • October 22 - Discount Registration Deadline

Interactive Exhibit Floor Plan

Did you know you can view the exhibit hall, contact confirmed exhibitors and plan your booth visits before arriving in San Jose? Over 260 exhibitors have already been confirmed! Explore the interactive floor plan today!

Now in its 12th year, ABRCMS is the largest professional conference for students in the biomedical and behavioral sciences, including STEM. Annually ABRCMS attracts approximately 3,300 individuals, including 1,700 undergraduate students, 400 graduate students and postdoctoral scientists and 1,200 faculty, program directors and administrators. The conference is designed to encourage underrepresented minority students to pursue advanced training in the sciences and provide faculty mentors and advisors with resources for facilitating student success.

Questions? Contact ABRCMS at (202) 942-9228 or visit