MARK YOUR CALENDAR! The 18th Annual MABioN Biosafety Hybrid Symposium will be held August 1-3, 2022 at University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI. We are currently seeking abstracts for scientific program presentations. The goal is to present a wide array of information that would be of interest to our membership. You DO NOT need to be a member to present at the symposium and this would be a good opportunity to present at a regional ABSA affiliate without having to travel too far (or at all). Additionally, presenters will have the option to present in person or virtually.
Remember, biosafety presentations at ABSA affiliate meetings may be eligible for CM points!
For current MABioN members who present at the symposium, your name will be entered in a drawing for free ABSA International 65th Annual Biosafety and Biosecurity Conference registration. One (1) winner will be chosen at the conclusion of the symposium whose 2022 ABSA conference registration fee* will be paid by MABioN.
*Does not include preconference course fee or any other expenses. Winner must confirm that he/she is planning on attending the upcoming 2022 ABSA conference and has other funding source(s) for all other expenses
Based on the feedback of our membership suggested topics are included below, however, all submissions will be reviewed and considered for inclusion in the scientific program:
- Best Practices vs. Regulatory Compliance vs. Reality, aka Biosafety Program Development & Management
- Biosafety and Emerging Technologies Risk Assessment (Gene Editing Techniques, Novel Equipment Platforms)
- Securing Buy-in and Support for Biosafety Programs
- Animal Biosafety Issues
- Case Studies and Risk Assessments for Specific Agents, Experimental Procedures, etc.
- Respiratory Protection and PPE – Selection, Use, Training
- Dealing with an Influx of COVID-19-related Projects
- Providing Biosafety Guidance During Research Ramp-downs and Ramp-ups
Please complete the call for papers submission form no later than June 10, 2022.
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