CBM IAB Fall 2022 Meeting

(part of a series)

Location: Indiana University

The CBM Fall 2022 IAB Meeting will be held on November 3-4, 2022.
Location: Indiana Memorial Union (IMU)
Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

*Timing may be adjusted slightly

Thursday, November 3
10:00 am IU laboratory tours for IAB & guests (optional)
11:30 am Lunch 
12:30pm Center Updates
1:30 pm Presentations of proposed projects 
3:15 pm Break
3:30 pm Presentations of proposed projects (continued)
5:30 pm Poster session (in-person only)
8:00 pm IAB Recruiting Event Irish Lion Restaurant & Pub (open to all, in-person only)

Friday, November 4
9:00 am Proposal reviews (IAB, NSF, CBM, faculty) 
9:00 am Concurrent student/postdocs session: Interview Dos & Don'ts (in-person only)
10:15 am Break
10:30 am Project funding session (IAB, NSF, and invited CBM representatives only)
10:30 am Concurrent student/postdocs session: Networking Dos & Don'ts (in-person only)
11:30 am Wrap-up & next steps (IAB, NSF, CBM) 
12:00pm Lunch


Representatives from the center's Industry Advisory Board, their colleagues, NSF personnel, guests, and faculty members and students from either Indiana University, Purdue University, or the University of Notre Dame are invited to register for the meeting. Please register by October 14, 2022. Following registration, participants will receive a calendar invitation for the meeting. Online participants: the invitation will include the Zoom link & instructions for connecting to the meeting. 


We have a limited number of hotel rooms reserved for CBM guests at the IMU Biddle Hotel and Grant Street Inn. 

IMU Biddle Hotel
Refer to "BIOMET22" when calling for reservation, or insert under "Group Code" when reserving online.
Room must be booked by October 3, 2022.

Grant Street Inn (6-8 min walk to IMU)
800.328.4350 or 812.334.2353
Refer to “CBM Conference” when calling for reservation
Room must be booked by October 26, 2022. 

Other Hotels (short drive to IMU):

  • Courtyard by Marriott
  • Hilton Garden Inn
  • Holiday Inn Express

IMU visitors may park in either of the IMU pay lots adjacent to the building. Both lots are open from 7 a.m. to midnight, seven days a week.

  • IMU pay lot #1 is located along the east side of the building, just south of Seventh Street. The entrance is at the intersection of Seventh Street and Forrest Avenue.
  • IMU pay lot #2 is located on the north side of the building, directly across Seventh Street. The entrance is on Eighth Street between Woodlawn Avenue and Forrest Avenue.
  • CBM meeting attendees will receive a parking validation slip before leaving the meeting, so no payment will be required upon exiting the lots. 


Transportation for ND & Purdue students/postdocs:

  • Group transportation to Bloomington will be offered from each site. If you intend to utilize the provided transportation, please indicate so on the registration form.

Hotel rooms for ND & Purdue students:

  • As indicated above, hotel rooms have been reserved for meeting attendees at the Biddle Hotel and Grant Street Inn, and graduate students will be reimbursed by their respective sites for the cost of one of these rooms for the night of Nov. 3 only. You are responsible for making your own reservation and reimbursement submission.
    If you choose an alternative hotel, you will be reimbursed by your site for up to $219 for the night of Nov. 3 only. Again, you are responsible for making your own reservation and reimbursement submission.

Poster Session:

  • Poster session info will be sent via email. Please indicate your interest at registration.

Pre-scheduled meetings/lab tours with Indiana University faculty

In conjunction with the meeting, current IAB members and CBM guests are encouraged to meet with Indiana University faculty members who are conducting research of interest and visit their labs and facilities. Please indicate your interest in participating on the registration site, and more information will be sent at a later date. 

If you have any questions regarding logistics, please contact Karen Joseph at karen.joseph@nd.edu