Sunriver resort


Less than a month away we will finally be in beautiful Sunriver, Oregon for the Recovery of Biological Products XX Conference! We have planned a very special program that we trust you will find valuable and enjoyable.
Helpful information can be found here to prepare you for the upcoming conference!




Notifications and invitations have been extended to all Oral and Poster presenters. If you received an invitation to present, the deadline to register is 15 March 2024.

If you did not receive an invitation to present, but are interested in attending the conference, please complete the 'wish to attend' form to submit your application. The Conference Chairs will review all application submissions to confirm attendance. Please note, invitations to the recovery conference are limited by available space and if you are invited, expect to receive an email by 30 March 2024 indicating that you have been invited to attend. 

Wish to Attend Form


We hope you are eager to participate in RXX and are pleased to announce the location and date of RXX!

We will convene June 2-7, 2024 at Sunriver Lodge in Sunriver, Oregon.

Overlooking the stunning Cascade Mountains of Central Oregon and just 15 miles south of Bend, Oregon, Sunriver is an ideal venue to escape from the office and focus while surrounded by beautiful natural scenery. This setting promises both excellent meeting and recreational opportunities.

We encourage you to mark your calendar for June 2024 and to start thinking about how best to share your accomplishments with your colleagues at the conference.

Learn Sponsorship Opportunities here!

The RXX Co-Chairs,
Jean Bender, Abraham Lenhoff and John Pieracci

About the Recovery Conference Series

The Recovery of Biological Products Conference Series is the premier international forum for the presentation and discussion of recent advances in the operations used to recover biological products of therapeutic, diagnostic and industrial value to society. An invitation-only biennial event, the Conference Series provides delegates with a clear and comprehensive understanding of the status and direction of this fast-moving field.

Sponsored by the American Chemical Society, Division of Biochemical Technology (BIOT), this international conference provides exposure to the latest developments in bioprocessing with a focus on downstream processing and aspects that affect the downstream steps. Unparalleled opportunities to network with industry leaders are a key feature of the conference. The size, venue and schedule of the meeting are specifically designed to provide multiple opportunities for discussion and development of new areas and concepts relating to the separation, purification and efficient processing of biological products. The Conference Series is a Not-for-Profit 501(c) (3) organization.