SIGs Overview

The Society For Biomaterials is a collaborative association. This means that biomaterials researchers and engineers like you help to shape and envision the future of biomaterials collectively as volunteer leaders of SFB. Never forget: This is YOUR society. Our members can get involved at any time to share in networking opportunities, build bridges with other scientific groups and explore the diverse biomaterials community. Listed below are links that will take you to the pages of each respective SIG (Special Interest Group) and committee operating within SFB.

Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are a truly integral part of the Society For Biomaterials. The fourteen SIGs listed below represent the full spectrum of biomaterials education, research, development and production and cover various aspects of academia, industry, and government. These SIGs offer an opportunity for like-minded professionals to network and hear about cutting-edge science in their respective areas of expertise. The SIGs listed below contribute heavily to the program content of SFB's annual meetings so that members can learn from each other. This gives rise to new opportunities, new ideas, and fresh collaborations. These fourteen SIGs are as follows: