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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.
2014 Biennial Meeting a Great Success!
Thank you to all our speakers, attendees and sponsors for this great event. We hope to see you again in 2016!
It is that time of year! The ASMB ballot has been announced. Members will receive voting instructions by email. Please contact us if you are a current member and have not received your ASMB election ballot. For information about each candidate, follow links below.
The Matrix Letter is here!
Check out this new SEPTEMBER 2014 issue for the latest society and meeting news.
Send your contributions and questions to email@example.com.
ASMB is sad to announce the passing of Paul Bornstein, a pioneer in the field of Matrix Biology and founder of the American Society for Matrix Biology. Please read a message from Jeff Davidson, ASMB President.
Fall 2014 Edition of the ASMB Newsletter - The Matrix Letter- Now Available!
ASMB is proud to be a Rare Disease Day partner!