#DiscoverBMB is the annual meeting of the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology.

With a mission to share the latest, most impactful research findings in the molecular life sciences, #DiscoverBMB offers an exciting agenda that includes in-person and virtual sessions, talks by the field's foremost experts, interactive workshops on the latest trends, technologies and techniques, and an invigorating exhibition of posters, services and products.

The meeting attracts researchers in academia and industry, educators, trainees and students from across the globe. It offers unparalleled opportunities for collaborating, networking and recruiting.

Program planning committee co-chairs

Karen Allen Boston University
Craig Cameron University of North Carolina School of Medicine

Discover BMB
March 25–28, 2023
Seattle Convention Center

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Build your community at #DiscoverBMB by organizing an interest group or workshop. Proposals are being accepted through Aug. 15.

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What to expect

The program planning committee, chaired by Karen Allen of Boston University and Craig Cameron of the University of North Carolina School of Medicine, is assembling a program of symposia that will cover the following themes:

Theme Organizers
Advances in organismal and cellular metabolism
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Nika Danial, Harvard Medical School

Gary Patti, Washington University in St. Louis

AI and ML in structural biology, drug design and systems biology
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Rommie E. Amaro, University of California, San Diego

Celia Schiffer, University of Massachusetts Medical School

Bias in, bias out in data science
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Allison C. Augustus–Wallace, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center New Orleans

Biochemistry of elemental cycling
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Jennifer Dubois, Montana State University

Sean Elliott, Boston University

Cell signaling — new tools and emerging concepts
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Kevin Gardner, City University of New York

Jin Zhang, University of California, San Diego

Education and professional development
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Margaret I. Kanipes, North Carolina A&T State University

Frontiers in carbohydrate synthesis and recognition
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Xi Chen, University of California, Davis

Catherine Grimes, University of Delaware

Lipid dynamics and signals in membrane and protein structure
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Michael Airola, Stony Brook University

Robert V. Stahelin, Purdue University

Organelles, mechanisms and phase properties of cellular quality control
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W. Mike Henne, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Cheryl Kerfeld, Michigan State University

Protein machines and disorder
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Ivaylo Ivanov, Georgia State University

Yan Jessie Zhang, University of Texas at Austin

Regulation of RNA
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Daniel Dominguez, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Stacy Horner, Duke University