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The events listed here are hosted by BioCoR, ATP-Bio, IEM, or are generally recommended by BioCoR for the purpose of biopreservation.


CryoChatsTM :  Next chat November 30th, 2022

ISBER 2023:  Annual Meeting May 3-6

CRYO2023:  *In Minneapolis!* July 25-27



AATB 2022:  Annual Meeting September 19-22

2022 IEM:  Annual Conference September 27th

Cell & Gene Therapy Manufacturing & Commercialization US:  September 27-30

CryoChatsTM :  September 28th, 2022

AABB 2022:  Annual Meeting October 1-4

Cryogenic Considerations for Cell & Gene Therapy (CGT):  October 17-19

ARMI BioFab:  Meeting in the Millyard October 25-27

CryoChatsTM :  August 31st, 2022

SLAS 2022:  International Conference February 5-9

Supply Chain & Logistics for Cell Therapies Summit:  Virtual Summit October 26-28, 2022

Allogeneic Cell Therapies Summit:  July 26-28, 2022

ISBER 2022:  May 17-20

CRYO2022:  Society for Cryobiology Annual Meeting July 19-22

AABB 2021:  Annual Meeting (Virtual) October 17-19

AATB 2021:  Annual Meeting October 12-15

ISBER 2021:  May 10-14

BioCoR Preservation of Cell Therapies Short Course 2021:  May 18-19

2022 ATP-Bio Research & Innovation Annual Meeting:  April 12-13

IEM Bioscitech Symposium:  April 13, 2021

Manufacturing Needs for Biofabrication of Engineered Tissues and Organs:  April 12, 2021



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Congrats President Hubel!

10/26/2021 - 08:00

Allison is the president-elect of the Society for Cryobiology!  

From the executive director Nicole Evans:  "Allison will become the first female President of the Society for Cryobiology which is notable and to be celebrated. I have no doubt she will serve as an inspiration to many young women cryobiologists to put themselves forward for leadership positions within the Society in years to come."

Congrats Allison!

Welcome REU students!

06/07/2021 - 08:00

ATP-Bio's Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) students start this week at the University of Minnesota and Mass General Hospital!  Welcome and good luck!