- March 18, 2013: 2013 Annual Meeting Registration deadline.
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- April 10-13, 2013: SFB 2013 Annual Meeting in Boston, MA
The biomaterials field is exploding with new research, ideas and products, and the Society For Biomaterials is the place to be if you want to stay current with all the latest developments, share your own findings or discuss specialized biomaterials issues with experts from across the field. Your membership in MRS brings a valuable perspective that you will find enhanced by a membership in SFB. We are complementary societies who seek to increase and share knowledge to the betterment of all our members.
As a member of the Society For Biomaterials, you will have access to the largest network of academic researchers and industry leaders dedicated to the advancement of biomaterials research and clinical use. You will also be given access to the "Members Only" section of the SFB website where searchable abstracts from past SFB meetings are posted.
Other benefits of membership include a free subscription to the quarterly newsletter Biomaterials Forum, discounted rates for publications such as the Journal of Biomedical Materials Research, Applied Biomaterials, Biomaterials and the Journal of Biomaterials Science - Polymer Edition. SFB members also enjoy topic-focused networking through the Society's Special Interest Groups, discounted meeting and workshop registration, book discounts, and the aforementioned access to the "Members Only" section of the SFB website, where one can locate contact information for other SFB members, peruse the online resource guide for companies in the biomaterials field or make use of the online career center.
Consider joining Society For Biomaterials today! Your membership will benefit both you and the Society. For a membership application, go to www.biomaterials.org/new_membership/membership_index.cfm
Special Interest Groups ("SIGs") are an important component of membership in the Society For Biomaterials. Participating in these specialized groups creates an opportunity for you to explore your field in detail with experts who share your interests. At present, the Society features the following SIGs, though suggestions for additional groups are always welcome:
- Biomaterials and Medical Products Commercialization
- Biomaterials Education
- Cardiovascular Biomaterials
- Engineering Cells and Their Microenvironments
- Dental / Craniofacial Materials
- Drug Delivery
- Implant Pathology
- Ophthalmic Biomaterials
- Orthopaedic Biomaterials
- Protein & Cells at Interfaces
- Surface Characterization & Modification
- Tissue Engineering