Cell Biology (Cytology) email list
Marketwise has a sizeable Cell Biology email list, consequently you can get your message infront of the right people. Cell biology is widely used across markets such as universities, medical research, government agencies and pharmaceutical companies. Cell biologists in our email list are working in areas such as antibodies, cancer research, gene expression and stem cells.
As a fundamental biological discipline, cell biology is often used in other disciplines, for example Molecular Biology, Microbiology, Biochemistry and Genetics. As a result, all of these disciplines can be carefully used to further widen the scope of your product or service promotion.
Cell Biology is the study of living cells – the fundamental building block of life. Research into the structure and function reveal new discoveries.
In summary, many areas of research engage cell biologists and they are available in our extensive, global email list for you to use for your promotional campaigns.
Event promotion email list pricing example
Get your event promotion marketing message out to thousands of potential new customers from this list and send reminders as the event draws near. We have two special packages:
- Webinar 1000, which targets 1,000 scientists with three timed messages ahead of a webinar, all for just $330, €280 or £250.
- Conference 1500, which sends a sequence of four messages to 1,500 scientists to help build conference attendees. The cost is only $510, €415 or £375, often the cost of a single attendee.
Promote your product or service within this email list to help generate new sales, raise awareness or communicate special offers.
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- University of Melbourne
- BD Diagnostics
- Institut Pasteur
- Thermo Fisher Scientific
- Imperial College
- Dr, Section of Cell Biology, Division of Diabetes, Endocrinology & Metabolism, Department of Medicine, Imperial College London, UK.
- Professor, Drug Resistance Group, Queen’s University Belfast, UK
- Dr, T-Cell Biology and Development Section, Laboratory of Genome Integrity, National Institutes of Health, USA
- Dr, Department of Cell Biology & Biochemistry and Southwest Cancer Center at University Medical Center, TexasTech University Health Sciences Center, USA