The ASEMV2022/AAEV2022, the annual meeting of the American Society for Exosomes and Microvesicles, and also of the newly formed American Association for Extracellular Vesicles (AAEV) will be held September 29-October 3, 2022, at the Asilomar Conference Grounds in beautiful Pacific Grove, California, USA. As with past ASEMV meetings, ASEMV2022/AAEV2022 is an international conference for the presentation of the latest advances on the biochemistry, cell biology, engineering, and biomedical applications of exosomes, other EVs, bacterial outer membrane vesicles, and non-vesicular extracellular particles. This year’s program consists of eight (8) plenary sessions, carefully curated to cover the depth and breadth of the field, in a format that values inclusion and diversity (

          1. Biochemistry & cell biology of exosome biogenesis, engineering, and uptake
          2. Exosome-based therapeutics & vaccines
          3. Exosome-based diagnostics
          4. Exosomes, microvesicles, and other EVs in viral, bacterial, and parasitic infections
          5. Cancer EVs in neoplasia and metastasis
          6. Exosome biology in neuronal signaling, drug addiction, & neurodegeneration
          7. EVs in development, differentiation, tissue homeostasis, immunity, and fertilization
          8. EVs in fibrosis & inflammation

During this joint meeting, we will hold a town hall to discuss the planned merger of ASEMV and AAEV into a single society representing the American perspective on EV science and medicine, supportive of EV research throughout the Americas and beyond.

All attendees are encouraged to submit an abstract ( and present a poster, making our evening poster sessions one of the best ways to get to know the field, meet your colleagues, find new opportunities for collaboration, and relax in the beautiful setting of the California beach (refreshments included!).

Registration options:

Academic $500$800


Confirmed Speakers:

  • Huiping Liu Northwestern U., USA
  • Susanne Gabrielson Karolinska Institute, Sweden
  • Saumya Das Harvard/MGH, USA
  • Louise Laurent UCSD, USA
  • Michiel Pegtel VUMC, The Netherlands
  • Nihal Altan-Bonnet NIH, USA
  • Raghu Kalluri MD Anderson, USA
  • Wei Guo U. Pennsylvania, USA
  • Dirk Dittmer UNC Chapel Hill, USA
  • Yong Woo Cho Hangyang U. S. Korea
  • Ke Cheng NC State U., USA
  • Steve Jacobson NIH, USA
  • Emily Wang UCSD, USA
  • Shinichi Kano UA Birmingham, USA
  • Frederik Verweij Utrecht U, The Netherlands
  • Lane Christenson U. Kansas, USA
  • Normal Haughey Johns Hopkins, USA
  • Suzanne Gabrielson Karolinska Institute, Sweden
  • In-San Kim KIST, So. Korea
  • Takahisa Nakamura Cincinnati CH, USA
  • Robert Raffai UCSF/VA, USA
  • Kendall Jensen TGEN, USA
  • Samir El-Andaloussi Karolinska Institute, Sweden
  • Janos Zempleni U. Nebraska, USA
  • Quan Lu Harvard, USA
  • Alissa Weaver Vanderbilt U., US
  • Lane Christenson U. of Kansas, USA
  • Chulhee Choi Ilias Biologicals, S. Korea
  • Ge Jin Case Western U. USA
  • Dolores DiVizio Cedars Sinai, USA
  • Janos Zempleni U. Nebraska, USA
  • Muller Fabbri George Washington U, USA
  • Prashanth Vallabhajosyula Yale, USA
  • Stephen Gould Johns Hopkins, USA