Health & Safety Policies: A New Approach to Meeting
Seeing colleagues and making in-person connections are invaluable aspects of any conference, but especially for the ABRCMS experience. While the virtual meetings of the last two years afforded us the opportunity to keep our community connected, we’re so excited to be gathering face-to-face for the first time since 2019.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the events landscape has drastically changed, and local conditions and safety guidelines are constantly evolving. While you can expect ABRCMS 2022 to include the same cutting-edge content and engaging networking opportunities you know and love, this year’s conference will be unlike any previous ABRCMS event you may have attended.
From vaccination requirements to masking and health attestations, we’re taking all precautions to ensure a safe environment for the ABRCMS community.
ABRCMS has partnered with SafeAccess, an industry-leading service partner, to ensure compliance with our health and safety policies. ABRCMS is committed to its monumental return to an in-person event as safely as possible.
For complete details, visit the ABRCMS Health & Safety Policies webpage.
Register for ABRCMS 2022
It’s not too late to register for the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minoritized Scientists (ABRCMS), the go-to conference for underrepresented scientists at various stages of their professional and educational journeys. ABRCMS includes programming for undergraduate students, graduate and postdoctoral scientists, faculty, program directors, administrators and more.
ABRCMS 2022 is being held Nov. 9-12 in Anaheim, Calif. Can’t make it in-person? The meeting features a virtual component so you can still participate in this dynamic event.