The Society for Mathematical Biology
Virtual 2021 Annual Meeting | June 13-17, 2021
Annual Conference Registration
About the Conference
While COVID-19 continues spreading across the world, the Society for Mathematical Biology is keeping the health and safety of our members as our top priority. To reduce or slow the spread of infection, we will hold our 2021 Annual Meeting in a virtual form between June 13-17, 2021. We acknowledge that many are facing challenging personal and/or professional circumstances, but we hope that our virtual Annual Meeting will allow our community to stay connected, share research, and support each other.
Want more information?
To find out more information about the virtual annual meeting format please visit the FAQ page.
To find out more information about the Mentorship Program and Early Career Workshop, visit the Mentoring page.
Registration Fees & Contributions
Your registration will support the dissemination of research and education at the interface between the mathematical and biological sciences by a small fee to partially cover the third-party virtual platform cost for your participation.
High School & Undergraduate Students: Free (Zoom access only) or $10 (Zoom & Sococo access)
Graduate Students: $10
Postdoctoral Scholars: $20
Academic Faculty & Industry: $30 for SMB/ESMTB members or $65 for non-SMB/non-ESMTB members
Academic faculty & industry employees, sign up today for an SMB membership to reduce the registration fee!
You can also contribute to support the participation of young mathematical biologists at this meeting and/or support a society travel award to help a student participate at our 2022 Annual Meeting. Participants from underrepresented groups may apply for a registration fee waiver.
The COVID-19 pandemic is seriously impacting the finances of research and higher education, and academic societies. We need your help, because every young mathematical biologist requires our support and the opportunity to participate in our annual meetings. Thank you for considering joining us in this virtual Annual Meeting, and your support for mathematical biology.