Each semester the AMCB hosts a seminar series that highlights student research as well as invited speakers from across campus and across the country. A broad range of topics dealing with all aspects of animal molecular and cellular biology research and technologies are addressed. Each AMCB graduate student is required to present his/her research at the seminar once during their time in the program. Seminar will be held the once or twice a month at 12:00 PM in a designated location.
Each year, the AMCB holds a research symposium in which students share their research. A Distinguished Lecturer from another university is invited to attend for a formal seminar and to facilitate interactions with students. The 2014 symposium was held April 11-12 in Mount Dora, Florida. The 2015 symposium will be held April 17-18 at the Jekyll Island Club Hotel on Jekyll Island, Georgia. Hotel reservations are due March 1 and abstracts are due March 10. The 2016 symposium will be held April 15-16, 2016 at Chinsegut Hill Conference and Retreat Center near Brooksville, Florida.
Each year, the AMCB and Interdisciplinary Reproductive Biology group holds a joint picnic at Lake Wauburg. Located eight miles south of campus on Highway 441, Lake Wauburg North Park and South Shore offers UF students, faculty and staff a place to relax and enjoy the great outdoors. Many activities are available including boating, swimming, volleyball, team development course, climbing wall and more. For 2014, the picnic was held on November 7 at 3:00 PM.