Diversity, equity, and inclusion are at the core of the International Society for Biomedical Research on Alcoholism.


Attending or presenting your research at ISBRA is an opportunity to learn about the latest in various areas of alcohol research, present your recent findings, and for networking opportunities. As an ISBRA attendee and/or presenter, you are expected to practice tolerance and respect for everyone, including attendees, staff and vendors, regardless of their background, race, national origin, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender, political views or status.

At the ISBRA Congresses, you agree to:

These behaviors DO NOT belong at ISBRA Congresses:

Contact us to report an incident.

If, while at (or after) the ISBRA Congress, you have been involved in or have witnessed an incident that violates the ISBRA’s Code of Conduct, please contact the ISBRA Administrator, Michelyn Lintz, at isbra@isbra.com or contact the congress registration/general information desk and they will provide Ms. Lintz’s contact information during the congress. Share as much information as you can to help us make a thorough investigation of the onsite incident. If preferred, have your mentor contact Michelyn – either way the information shared will remain anonymous.

ISBRA’s commitment:

ISBRA will investigate all incidents reported at (or after) the meeting with discretion and confidentiality. ISBRA reserves the right to bar any person who violates our Code of Conduct from attending the ISBRA Congress in its entirety or in part, and/or to cancel the membership of the person without refund.