“We work in a university core laboratory. ABRF is uniquely focused on our type of organization”.
“ABRF provides a wealth of information for directors and technicians in core facilities”.
“We do not get trained to be core managers. ABRF lets us learn from our peers”.
Access to your peers:
Access to Career Development:
Access to the meeting:
Access to the ABRF Travel award:
Travel awards are available to ABRF members who have made outstanding contributions in their institutional core facilities; have developed new biotechnologies with applications in core facilities; and/or have been active in ABRF activities. The award is to be used to offset the cost of attending the ABRF 2019 Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas, March 23 - 26.
Access to advocacy:
Support and contribute to the ABRF mission:
We are a professional community of over 800 Scientists and Administrators just like you, who work within biotechnology core facilities in academia, government and industry world-wide.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to learn how the ABRF can meet your specific needs and how to get involved!
Full Member - $125, for individuals working in a biomolecular resource/core facility or research laboratory, including administration and management of such facilities, or for individuals interested in the methods, techniques and instrumentation that support scientific advancement through these technologies.
Student Member - $35, for full or part time undergraduate, graduate or medical students.
Emeritus Member - $35, for individuals who were ABRF members for at least 5 years and NO LONGER work in a core facility, research group focused on biotechnology or the centralized administration of such groups.