Welcome to ASMB!
ASMB Mission Statement
The mission of the ASMB is to promote basic, translational, and clinical research on the extracellular matrix (ECM), cell-ECM interactions, and ECM-based therapies and devices, and to support the growth and professional development of the ECM research community. The ASMB will accomplish this mission by promoting interactions among academia, scientific societies, industry, and government; facilitating dissemination of relevant knowledge and new findings; providing mentoring opportunities to junior scientists; and advocating sustained funding for research and education.
ASMB 2016 Biennial Meeting - Registration is OPEN!
Late Breaking abstract submission is now CLOSED.
On-line meeting registration closes on November 4, 2016.
View the 2016 Meeting Program
Congratulations to the 2016 ASMB senior award winners!
Junior Investigator : Vincent Tagliabracci, University of Texas, Southwestern, Medical Center
Senior Investigator: Renato Iozzo, Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University
Iozzo Award Winner: Thomas Barker, Georgia Institute of TechnologyThese awardees will be recognized at the 2016 biennial meeting.
Here is the latest edition of the ASMB Newsletter - The Matrix Letter
Read about this new group and the CSMB Conference!
ASMB Election Results - Voting is now closed.
ASMB is proud to be a Rare Disease Day partner!