2023 ABioM Abstracts

The specific theme of the 2023 conference is “Accelerating Advanced Biomanufacturing Through Discovery to Implementation.” The conference will celebrate the success of the field and will stimulate collaborations and promote R&D and education programs in advanced biomanufacturing by identifying gaps and challenges in the field.  The conference program includes podium sessions mixed with keynote lectures and research presentations selected from abstract submission, federal funding agency and private foundation round table discussions, poster sessions, and an exhibition session with pharma and biotech companies. In addition, five junior investigator awards ($500 each) and ten graduate student awards ($300 each) will be recognized at the conference. We would be delighted to have you present at the conference and share your vision of the field.


All abstracts will be considered for podium and poster presentations. Podium presentations will primarily consist of keynote, invited speakers and speakers selected from general abstract submission in addition to presentations by awardees of the Graduate Student Awards and junior investigator Awards. Please use this link to submit your abstract: https://www.bmes.org/2023-abiom-sig-meeting. You need to create a new account at EasyChair.org in order to submit your abstract.

General submission of oral/poster presentation abstracts must contain a title, author names, author affiliations, and an abstract that is less than 250 words in a single pdf file. The name of the presenting author should be underlined in the abstract document. The PDF file must be 1" margin in all directions. Please use the font size larger than 11 if Arial is used or 12 if Times New Roman is used. Oral presentation will be selected by the Program Committee.

Junior investigator award abstracts must be two-page long entailing at least one figure and/or one table.

Graduate student award abstracts must be one page long containing at least one figure and/or one table.

Key dates: Submission open on Oct. 10th, 2022

Abstract Submission Deadline: December 18th, 2022

Acceptance Notification: January 27th, 2023

Early Registration Deadline: February 17th, 2023

List of Topics

  • Enabling technologies for advanced biomanufacturing
  • Biomaterials and cell sourcing
  • Cell manufacturing
  • Regenerative medicine and tissue biofabrication
  • Cellular agriculture
  • Product validation
  • Regulation
  • QA/QC
  • Industry, Government & Academic Collaborations


All questions about submissions should be emailed to kye@binghamton.edu; Tel: 607-777-5887; Kaiming Ye, Distinguished Professor and Chair, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Binghamton University, SUNY, Binghamton, NY 13902.