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The National Biomonitoring Network (NBN) in partnership with APHL will host the biannual 2024 National Biomonitoring Meeting: Riding the Wave to Health Equity Through Community Engagement and Human Biomonitoring in Honolulu, Hawai'i from January 9–11, 2024

View the 2024 Meeting Agenda​ and 2024 Meeting Flyer​ to get a sense of what to expect, and use the information below to plan your week. We look forward to seeing you there. Aloha!


Registerby December 15, 2023.
Registration is now closed.

Call for Abstracts

Abstracts were due September 22, 2023.

If your abstract is accepted, please note the following:

  1. All presenters must register for the 2024 National Biomonitoring Meeting.

  2. There is no limit on the number of abstracts registrants may submit. However, authors must be in attendance for their presentations.

  3. Accepted abstracts will be posted on the conference website. Editorial changes may be made to accepted abstracts at the discretion of the meeting planning committee.

  4. Membership in APHL or the National Biomonitoring Network is not required for presenting a paper at the meeting.


Reservations must be made by December 1, 2023.

​​The meeting will be held at the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa, located at 2552 Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, HI, 96815 (808.922.6611). A discounted room rate of $202/night has been negotiated for the meeting dates (January 9–11) and is available to meeting registrants from January 4–15, single or double occupancy. A discounted daily resort fee of $30 per night will be reflected on the final bill.

Travel Scholarships

Travel scholarship applications​ were due​ September 29, 2023.

A limited number of APHL travel scholarships are available, one per state, with preference given to National Biomonitoring Network member laboratories. 

Social Events

Social​ Activities Flyer

Meeting Resources

Results Reporting Workshop

State Biomonitoring Program Profiles​​

External Collaborators List

CDC Environmental Public Health Tracking

APHL Biomonitoring Position Statemen​t​​


Questions may be directed to Mahsa Ahmadi, associate specialist, Environmental Health at mahsa.ahmadi@aphl.org