Our 2021 Annual General Meeting
will take place online, and will include a Charter Lecture, presentation of the Trustee's Report and Accounts, and announcement of the new RSB President-elect.
This year's Charter Lecture will be delivered by Professor Stefan Przyborski FRSB, RSB Trustee and professor of cell technology in the Department of Biosciences at Durham University.
Stefan's training and background is in animal cell biology with specific interests in anatomy, tissue biology, cell differentiation and stem cells. Stefan holds a PhD in anatomy and physiology and subsequently completed a series of fellowships in the UK and US, before establishing himself at Durham University developing innovative approaches to producing human tissues in vitro.
The role of the Royal Society of Biology President-elect will formally commence following annoucement at the Annual General Meeting and the successful applicant will act as President-elect until the following year's AGM.
This year there were two vacancies for Trustees on the RSB Council. The vacancies were open to individual members at MRSB and FRSB level, and closed on 10th March. The outcome of nominations, and any vote, will be announced at the AGM.
Members from all grades are welcome to attend the AGM online, but only those members at grades MRSB and above are entitled to vote. Up to two representatives from each Member Organisation
of the Society can attend the AGM. Only full Member Organisations
may vote and only one representative is entitled to vote.
Members at grades MRSB and above who are unable to attend will be able to vote by proxy through mySociety, and can cast their vote up to 48 hours before the AGM. Further information on casting a vote by proxy will be available on this page in due course.
Agenda and papers
The agenda for the meeting, and minutes from the previous AGM held in September 2020, will be available to download from this page shortly.
Advance registration for this event is essential through the link at the top of the page. For any event or voting queries, please contact Harriet McAra at email@example.com
or 020 3925 3445.