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Participating Societies

Promotional codes will be provided to members by their societies.  Request your promocode before registering for the meeting (you can click on your society above to send an email requesting the promocode).  Due to certain limitations of our software, there are different promocodes for early vs. regular registration.

Since NAVBO is the sponsoring society, NAVBO members will not require a promocode.

If you would like to pay by check, download a registration form and mail to:
NAVBO
18501 Kingshill Road
Germantown, MD 20874

Current Early Bird Rates through August 31, 2022 

Degreed Members (postdocs, faculty and equivalent) -$495USD
Student Members (undergraduate, graduate, medical) -$365USD
Degreed Non-Members -$620USD
Student Non-Members -$445USC


Regular rates from September 1, 2022 through October 12, 2022

Degreed Members (postdocs, faculty and equivalent) -$595USD
Student Members (undergraduate, graduate, medical) -$440USD
Degreed Non-Members -$735USD
Student Non-Members -$545USC

Onsite registrations will be charged an additional $50 per person.

Registration Includes - 
Access to all sessions and lectures, poster sessions, exhibits, coffee breaks and welcome reception.

There will be an additional cost of $75 per ticket to the October 16 Evening Dinner/Cruise.

Round Table Sessions sponsored by NAVBO's Diversity, Education and Inclusion Committee are open to all, but please pre-register.  Sessions include:

  • Empowerment Roundtable for Advancement of Gender Equity
  • Overcoming Systemic Barriers of Science: Academic Journeys and Unique Challenges Faced by Underrepresented Groups
  • Navigating US Immigration and Visas in Academia: Sharing Personal Perspectives

Trainees should pre-register for the Eye-Opener Sessions (no additional cost, but attendance is limited):

Friday Morning - Eye Openers

  • Meet the PI – Friday Morning Breakfast
  • Moving Conversations
  • Meet the Editors

Saturday Morning – Eye Openers

  • Working Together for Success
  • Meet the PI – Saturday Morning Breakfast
  • Overcoming Systemic Barriers of Science: Academic Journeys and Unique Challenges Faced by Underrepresented Groups

Sunday Morning – Eye Openers

  • Meet the PI – Sunday Morning Breakfast
  • Public Speaking
  • Industry as a Career Path

 


The meeting will begin with a keynote lecture by Christer Betsholtz, Ph.D., Uppsala University followed by the presentation of the inaugural Sabin Award and the Earl P. Benditt Award Lecture by Joyce Bischoff, Ph.D., Boston Children's Hospital on Thursday, evening October 13. On Friday, we are honored to hold our second keynote lecture by Jeffrey Bluestone, Ph.D., University of California, San Francisco. The Judah Folkman Award Lecture by Stefania Nicoli, Ph.D., Yale School of Medicine, will be held on Saturday afternoon.  The Springer Junior Investigator Award Lecture and the presentation of the Stephen Schwartz Award will be on Sunday, October 16.  The meeting will end on Monday with our final Keynote Lecture by Stefanie Dimmeler, University of Frankfurt and presentations of the Trainee Travel Awards, a preview of the 23rd International Vascular Biology Meeting in Amsterdam, and a general session on New Signaling Mechanisms.  Plan to stay through to 1pm on Monday.