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ISMB 2022

Calls for Submissions Now Open:

Technology Track: Closes May 5, 2022

Opening Soon: Call for Abstracts opens January 24, 2022

ISMB 2022 - Madison, Wisconsin, United States

We have waited patiently, carefully crafted our return to ensure a safe conference, and now we are ready to welcome you back face to face in 2022 for ISMB! The ISMB conference has become synonymous with collaboration, fostering fresh dialogue, and providing innumerable learning opportunities.  ISMB 2022 will offer both in-person and virtual attendance.  We will welcome you to join us in Madison, Wisconsin, July 10-14 or virtually in our state of the art virtual interface. 

Both audiences will have the opportunity to enjoy:

  • Training workshops and tutorials
  • Student Council Symposium
  • Live and on-demand sessions to benefit attendees from all time zones
  • 500+ expected scientific talks
  • Live question and answer feature to engage with the speaker during sessions
  • Live chat feature to engage with other participants within your virtual session room
  • Dedicated time for research presentation within the Research Exchange Forum (formerly Poster Hall) both face to face and via the virtual platform
  • Speaker meet ups for our virtual audience
  • Face to face networking events for our in-person audience
  • Ability to serendipitously make new connections when utilizing the attendee profile and match maker features within the virtual platform
  • Schedule one-on-one time with speakers, poster presenters, exhibitors, and sponsors to learn more about their work, products, or services
  • Exclusive access to the ISMB 2022 on-demand repository of talks and poster presentations for viewing at your leisure after conference dates

Mark your calendars and join us July 10-14, 2022, for the premier conference for the field of bioinformatics and computational biology!

ISMB 2022 Distinguished Keynotes

Aida Ouangraoua

Canada Research Chair, Computational and Biological Complexity
Full Professor, Department of Computer Science, Université de Sherbrooke,


Tanya Berger-Wolf

Director, Translational Data Analytics Institute
Professor, Computer Science and Engineering; Electrical and Computer Engineering; Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology,
The Ohio State University
Director, Wild Me
United States