Benefits of Membership
The Society for Experimental Biology and Medicine (SEBM) was founded in 1903 and has since been a not-for-profit scientific society comprised of researchers that recognize the value of multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches to solving important biomedical problems. The Society has also had a longstanding interest in fostering the career development of scientists and trainees.
We encourage scientists and trainees engaged in multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches to become members of the society. SEBM provides tangible benefits of membership:
A reasonable membership dues ($90 for Regular, $50 for Associate and $20 for Student)
Subscription to Experimental Biology and Medicine (both online and print), a newly focused multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary journal that contains research articles, minireviews, commentaries and SEBM-sponsored symposia. Free access is provided to PSEBM archives dating back to 1903.
No page charges for articles where the first or corresponding author is an SEBM member in good standing. Member author papers are assessed a reduced color print fee.
Opportunity to submit abstracts at the annual Experimental Biology Meeting where SEBM is a yearly guest society; abstracts are published by FASEB.
Savings on key scientific publications: Annual Reviews - at 30% discount; Science News at 15% discount.
Opportunity for Regular, Associate, and Student members to become involved in SEBM and EBM activities.
Opportunity for Awards:
Young Investigator Awards that provide a cash prize for member students and new investigators, who are within 5 years of receiving doctoral degree, for presenting an abstract at Experimental Biology.
Best Paper Awards that provide a cash prize yearly for members or non-members who publish the best article in EBM in the following areas: 1) experimental biology; 2)clinical, preclinical or translational research; and 3) interdisciplinary research.
2006 SEBM Member Reception in San Francisco, California