If you’re attending the Experimental Biology Conference at Chicago’s McCormick Place April 22-26, consider staying at the nearby and very affordable LaQuinta Inn & Suites in historic Hyde Park!
The Experimental Biology Conference will feature sessions, lectures, symposia, poster and oral presentations, an exhibit hall, online abstracts and an itinerary planner. You will also receive a briefcase and a copy of the meeting program book. Enjoy abstract presentations, with topics such as Anatomy Education, Biological Anthropology, Cell Biology, Imaging, Muscle, Neurobiology, Stem Cells, and many more.
This year’s Tang Prize Award Lecture will be given by Dr. Emmanuelle Charpentier, a French microbiologist and Director of the Department of Regulation in Infection Biology, at the Max Planck Institute. Topic: The Bacterial CRISPR-cas 9 System, a gamechanger in genome engineering.
Enjoy professional development sessions in anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pathology, nutrition, pharmacology and presentations sponsored by the FASEB MARC Program. New to the Experimental Biology Conference is EB TV, featuring conference news and in-depth documentary-style films.
McCormick Place is located at 2103 South King Drive in Chicago, just minutes away from historic Hyde Park. For more information on events and to register, go online to http://experimentalbiology.org and follow the prompts.
Make your Experimental Biology Conference experience more enjoyable by staying at the La Quinta Inn & Suites, in Hyde Park. The hotel offers free shuttle bus service to and from the Loop area and is close to bus and train services. Enjoy the free breakfast. The Lake Shore Café offers lunch and dinner. AND Jazz and seafood buffet (non-seafood items available) Friday nights.