Announcement: Final Postponement of the 20th ICSB!

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the new dates for ICSB are March 28th - 31st, 2022. Please read the full announcement below:

We hope everyone in the ICSB family is doing as well as possible throughout the pandemic. As things are beginning to return to our new normal and many have already been vaccinated, we considered having the ICSB conference this year. But after much discussion we have decided to yet again postpone this important conference until March 28th - 31st, 2022.

You and your health are of the utmost importance to us. We considered a virtual meeting, but due to the uniqueness of this conference, we determined that it wouldn’t be the same if we could not socialize with each other in a safe environment. We feel it would be in the best interest to everyone involved for us not to have it so that next year we can safely all come together for the biggest and best ICSB ever. The planning committee has used these last two years to come up with some interesting and innovative ways to improve our already one of a kind meeting. It is our hope that by that time it will be safe enough to hold our meeting. As much as we want to get reunite with you all and have another informative, entertaining, and enlightening conference, the safety of our participants and attendees must come first.

We want to thank you all for your patience and your continued interest in the ICSB, and we hope to see you next March! As always, feel free to contact us at icsb@olemiss.edu for more information, or to express questions or concerns you may have.

Registration Rates + Dates:
Early rates end January 15th, 2022 | Regular ends March 25th, 2022
Industry:
$900 - Early
$950 - Regular
$1100 - Onsite
Academia/Member:
$600 - Early
$650 - Regular
$700 - Onsite
Post Doc:
$450 - Early
$500 - Regular
$550 - Onsite
Student:
$350 - Early
$400 - Regular
$450 - Onsite
Single-day:
$600 - All Dates
Abstract Submissions

The deadline for submissions for the 2022 ICSB is January 15th, 2022. Check this space and watch your email for updated submission guidelines, available soon! If you have issues with or questions about the submission process, please email us at icsb@olemiss.edu

Poster Guidelines

The MAXIMUM allowed size for posters to be displayed at the ICSB Poster Session is 46 x 46 inches. If your poster is any larger than these dimensions it will not fit in the spaces alloted for each submission and may not be allowed to hang. Volunteers will be on hand to aid you in locating your spot, as well as with any difficulties you may encounter when hanging your poster(s). If you have any questions about these guidelines, be sure to contact us.

Oral Presentation Info

If you are submitting an abstract for oral presentation, you will be notified of your acceptance status as soon as possible after the deadline, and we will email you when the conference agenda is finalized so that you will know your presentation's day and time.

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Hotels and Travel

The Oxford ICSB is held at the Oxford Conference Center, located at 102 Ed Perry Blvd, Oxford, MS 38655. Travelers should fly in through the Memphis International airport, where you can take one of our shuttles or rent a car. There are several conveniently located hotels offering special rates for ICSB attendees. For full information on travel, lodging, and visa applications, click the read more link below.

Title Sponsorship By:
Additional Sponsorship By:

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Co-sponsors and friends:

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This conference is supported by a cooperative agreement between the NCNPR and the Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). It is co-sponsored by the Shanghai Institute of Materia Medica/ CAS, China; the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR - India); the Ministry of Indigenous Medicine, Sri Lanka; the American Society of Pharmacognosy (ASP); the Society for Medicinal Plant Research (GA); Hunan University, China; the Korean Society of Pharmacognosy (KSP) and the Japanese Society of Pharmacognosy (JSP).