All are welcome to attend our 16th Nano-Bio Symposium on Cell Programming.

From Robert Hooke’s hazy observations to today’s single cell sequences and super-resolution images, cells have been a central focus of biological investigation. In 2023, the INBT’s Nano-Bio Symposium will explore breakthroughs in our ability to understand and program cells. Pioneering speakers will catalog the growing diversity of cell fate and cell state in multicellular organisms. Attendees will learn about powerful approaches to engineer cells using genetic, transcriptomic, and metabolic tools. And we will see how these methods are being translated into the clinic, ushering in a new era of powerful cellular therapies. By bringing together engineers, cell biologists, and translational scientists, the symposium will map the frontiers of this fundamental unit of biological organization.

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Attendance and Registration

Information coming soon.

Poster Competition

The INBT hosts a poster competition every year with award categories for undergraduates, graduates, and postdoctoral fellows. This year the poster competition will be held in the Glass Pavilion on the Johns Hopkin Homewood campus. Interested participants should read the competition guidelines and FAQs before and after they register.  Registration is capped to the first 75 posters registered and closes Sunday, April 9, 2023 at 11:59 p.m.

Poster competition prizes are TBD.


Information coming soon.

Directions, Maps, and Transportation

You can find maps, directions, parking, and shuttle information to the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus here. The South Garage and San Martin Garage are about equidistant to the Glass Pavilion.


Information coming soon.