Space Health Roadmap In-person Workshop 3

May 14-15, 2024 | Atlanta, GA

Workshop registration is now closed. If you are still interested in attending, please email

This active writing workshop will focus on drafting our technical research roadmap to advance engineering biology tools and technologies for human health and well-being in space and related application opportunities on Earth.

A draft agenda is available here.

Workshop Objectives

  • Participants will identify and discuss opportunities for advancement in engineering biology to support the health and well-being of human travelers to space, including applications in food and nutrition, medicine, and environmental control.
  • Participants will directly contribute to the roadmap by drafting roadmap elements, including breakthrough capabilities, milestones, and discrete technical challenges.
  • Participants will have the opportunity to network and share ideas with fellow researchers across disciplines, opening the door to future collaborations and partnerships.

Travel Support and Meeting Hotel:
We anticipate covering travel expenses for academics, including students and postdocs. Please see EBRC’s full travel policy here.

EBRC has coordinated a block of rooms at The Georgian Terrace hotel, near the Georgia Tech campus. Please indicate on the registration page if you anticipate needing hotel accommodations; we will follow up to confirm your room reservation. If your travel is not covered by EBRC, you will need to provide payment at check-in. Please contact with any questions.

For more information about the roadmap or workshop, please contact

EBRC Annual Meeting:
This workshop will precede the EBRC Annual Meeting, May 16-17 at Georgia Tech. Workshop participants are invited to attend. Find more information and registration here.

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