Meeting Information

The NIH Synthetic Biology Consortium is pleased to welcome you to the 2023 Synthetic Biology Consortium Meeting on November 2nd and 3rd, 2023. In 2019, the Synthetic Biology Consortium (SBC) was formed as a result from interest from Program Staff from 11 NIH Institutes/Centers and the Office of the NIH Director. The NIH Synthetic Biology Consortium (SBC) Meeting convenes annually to stimulate important discussions focused on synthetic biology and cultivating a culture of this type of research at the NIH.

This meeting is free and open to the public. The workshop web page on the NIH website can be found here: 2023 Synthetic Biology Consortium Meeting (

To view NIH Synthetic Biology Consortium members and contact Program Officers, please visit this page: NIH Synthetic Biology Consortium Members (

Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences

The Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences (FAES) is pleased to support the NIH Synthetic Biology Consortium (SBC). FAES programs complement the work of NIH in accomplishing its mission of seeking and applying fundamental knowledge about the biomedical sciences. FAES is committed to supporting the academic and professional advancement of our community of learners through a constantly evolving curriculum and award-winning learner-centered approach to faculty development. Our Academic Programs department offers high quality, innovative, and flexible online continuing education, and training, and we support our faculty in delivering impactful learning experiences through courses and workshops designed and taught according to research-based best practices. To learn more and to register, visit

The Foundation for Advanced Education in the Sciences (FAES)


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