*Javascript must be enabled in browser for navigation menu to work*
Topic: News & Announcement
List of all artciles

<   12345678   >

  Call For Abstract - 2006 Annual Meeting
 Nov 16, 2006 by: admin
 
Summary: 2006 IABMR Annual Meeting Call for Poster Presentation & Award Competition

All current IABMR members (including o­n-site registered members: annual membership fee $10) are eligible for the poster presentation and award competition for six prizes that will be awarded to the best six posters voted by a group of judges:


First Prize (one): $300
Second Prizes (two): $200
Third Prizes (three): $100



In addition, all qualified candidates of Poster Presentation and Award Competition will be awarded with a Certificate at the end of the conference.

Abstract of poster presentation submission deadline: November 30th, 2006.

Submission by E-mail to: paloma.valverde@tufts.edu; SMa@forsyth.org

Abstract format:
1) title

2) authors and affiliation (* on poster presenter)

3) main text (250 words)

4) contact information about poster presenter, including mailing address, E-mail and phone number.

Poster size:
no larger than 3 feet in height and 4 feet in length; please bring your own thumbtacks.
  2006 IABMR Annual Meeting Program
 Nov 07, 2006 by: admin
 
Summary:

ANNOUCEMENT

The 3rd IABMR Annual Scientific Meeting (2006)

“Dynamic Biomedical Research”

Time: 

Thursday 11:30am–6:00pm, December 7th, 2006

Place: 

M. Barbara Schulze Conference Center (3rd floor),The Forsyth Institute, 140 The Fenway Boston, MA 02115, U.S.A.

PROGRAM

11:30-1:30

POSTER AND EXHIBITION SESSION:

 

Registraation and Luncheon

 

Sponsors Exhibition and Presentation

 

IABMR Member Poster Presentation

 

IABMR Membership Meeting and Contribution Award

1:30-4:00

INVITED SESSION:

 

Keynote Speech by Distinguished Scientists

 

Featured Presentation by IABMR Members

4:00-6:00

POSTER PRESENTATION AND AWARD SESSION:

 

Poster Presentation & Award Competition

 

Sponsors Exhibition

 

Excellent Poster Award

SCHEDULE

11:30-1:30

Registration and Luncheon

 

Chairs: Xuesong Gu and Tsute Chen

11:30-1:30

Sponsoring Vendor Exhibition

 

Chairs: Ron Vincent and Yumei Zhan

 

IABMR Members Poster Presentation

 

Chair: Paloma Valverde

12:00-1:15

Sponsoring Vendor Presentation

 

Chair: Yumei Zhan

1:15-1:30

IABMR Membership Meeting and Contribution Award

 

Chairs: Bai-Lin Wu and Jake Chen

1:30-1:40

Welcome and Introduction

 

Bai-Lin Wu, M.Med., Ph.D., FACMG
President of IABMR and Chair of the 3rd Annual Symposium, 2006

 

 

Opening Remarks

 

Dominick DePaola, D.D.S., Ph.D.
President and CEO, The Forsyth Institute

 

 

KEYNOTE SPEECH SESSION

 

Chairs: Weiming Xia and Mike Levin

1:40-2:15

Genes that Regulate the Size and Shape of the Human Cerebral Cortex

 

Christopher A. Walsh, M.D., Ph.D. (Introduced by Bai-Lin Wu)
Bullard Professor of Neurology and Pediatrics,Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator
Chief, Division of Genetics, Children's Hospital Boston
Director, Harvard-MIT M.D.,Ph.D. Program

 

2:15-2:50

Cellular Mechanotransduction and Developmental Control

 

Donald E. Ingber, M.D., Ph.D. (Introduced by Mike Levin)
Judah Folkman Professor of Vascular Biology, Department of Pathology, Harvard Medical School
Vascular Biology Program, Department of Pathology
Department of Surgery, Children's Hospital Boston

 

2:50-3:00

Coffee Break

 

FEATURED PRESENTATION SESSION

 

Chairs: Toshi Kawai and Yi-Ping Li

3:00-3:15

Bioelectrical Controls of Patterning

 

Mike Levin, Ph.D.
Associate member, Dept. of Cytokine Biology, The Forsyth Institute
Assistant Professor, Harvard School of Dental Medicine

 

3:15-3:30

Array CHG Analysis for Mental Retardation Syndromes

 

Bai-Lin Wu, M.Med., Ph.D., FACMG
Director, Genetics Diagnostic Lab, Children's Hospital Boston
Assistant Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School

3:30-3:45

Mechanisms of Anticancer TCM

 

Erxi Wu, Ph.D.
Faculty Member, Children's Hospital Informatics Program Health
Sciences and Technology of Harvard-MIT, Harvard Medical School

 

3:45-4:00

A Novel Acyltransferase Controls the Generation of Embryonic Vessels and Blood

 

Jing-Wei Xiong, Ph.D.
Assistant Biologist of Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital
Instructor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

 

 

SPONSORS EXHIBITION & POSTER COMPETITION SESSION

4:00-5:45

Sponsors Exhibition

 

Chairs: Yumei Zhan and Jay Javad

 

Poster Presentation

 

Chairs: Shi-Liang Ma and Qisheng Tu

 

Poster Evaluation by Judges for Award Winners

 

Chairs: Toshi Kawai and Weiming Xia, and invited Judges

5:45-5:55

Excellent Poster Award

 

Chairs: Paloma Valverde and Bai-Lin Wu

5:55-6:00

Closing Remark

 

Richard Pharo, Sc.D.
Executive Vice President / Administration, The Forsyth Institute
IABMR Advisory Committee Member

 

6:00-6:30

Reception

 

Chairs: Pu Zhang and Jing-Wei Xiong

Call for Poster Presentation & Award Competition

IABMR members (including on-site registered members: annual membership fee $10) are eligible for the poster presentation and award competition for six prizes that will be awarded to the top six posters voted by a group of judges:

First Prize (one): $300, Second Prizes (two): $200, Third Prizes (three): $100

In addition, all qualified candidates of Poster Presentation and Award Competition will be awarded with a Certificate at the end of the conference. For details of the annual meeting program, schedule, guidelines of poster presentation & award competition, and information about IABMR, please visit http://www.iabmr.org .

Abstract of poster presentation submission deadline: November 30th, 2006.

Submission by E-mail to: paloma.valverde@tufts.edu; SMa@forsyth.org

Abstract format: 1) title, 2) authors and affiliation (* on poster presenter), 3) main text (250 words) and 4) contact information for poster presenter, including mailing address, E-mail and phone#.

The 3rd IABMR Annual symposium is committed to the advancement of Biological & Biomedical research orientated to human health and the cure of human diseases through the facilitation of scientific communication, discussion, and the sharing of knowledge among scientists to the corresponding problems. Therefore, the annual symposium organizing committee requires the following regulations concerning the presentation of posters. Please prepared accordingly, otherwise, you will NOT be candidates for the awards.

1. All the presenters must register and pay membership fee at 11:30-1:30.
2. All the posters should be in place before 11:30am and removed by 6:30pm.
3. All presenters must indicate in their posters whether the results have been published or not in journals (either print or online).
4. The author of the presentation for the poster competition must be designated and show up at the meeting.

 

Registration

Registration fee is $10, which includes meeting registration and annual membership fee (Life time Members are free of the charge). Lunch and reception are free for all the IABMR members, as well as invited guests, sponsoring vendors, and participants from The Forsyth Institute.

Meeting registration and membership application/renewal are available online at http://www.iabmr.org; by email to SMa@forsyth.org ; by phone to 617.892.8307.

Direction to Forsyth Institute

1. By subway – Take Subway E (Green) line to “Northeastern University Station”, then walk toward Fenway Park. The Forsyth building and parking lots are 3 min walking distance from the subway station. M. Barbara Schulze Conference Center is located on the third floor of the Forsyth building.

2. By car – Parking at the Forsyth is available to speakers and sponsors only. A limited number of metered parking spaces are available on Hemenway Street. Use of public transportation is strongly recommended.

Organizing Committee

Chairs of the Program:

Bai-Lin Wu, M.Med., Ph.D., FACMG, IABMR President, Children's Hospital, Harvard Medical School

Weiming Xia, Ph.D., IABMR Board Member, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School

Mike Levin, Ph.D., IABMR Board Member, The Forsyth Institute, Harvard School of Dental Medicine

Chairs of the Local Organizing Committee:

Yi-Ping Li, Ph.D., Past President of IABMR, The Forsyth Institute, Harvard School of Dental Medicine

Toshi Kawai , Ph.D., Past President of IABMR, The Forsyth Institute, Harvard School of Dental Medicine

Chairs of Poster Presentation and Award Competition:

Paloma Valverde, Ph.D., IABMR Vice President, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine

Shi-Liang Ma, Ph.D., The Forsyth Institute

Qisheng Tu, Ph.D., Tufts University School of Dental Medicine

Chairs of Sponsors Exhibition and Presentation:

Yumei Zhan, Ph.D., IABMR Vice President, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School

Ron Vincent, President and CEO, BIOCON Scientific

Chairs of Registration, Luncheon and Reception

Xuesong Gu, Ph.D., IABMR Treasurer, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School

Tsute Chen , Ph.D., IABMR IT Director, The Forsyth Institute

Pu Zhang, Ph.D., Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School

Chairs of Board Election Committee:

Jake Chen, D.D.S., Ph.D. Chair of IABMR Advisory Board, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine

Erxi Wu, Ph.D., Past President of IABMR, Children's Hospital Boston CHIP at HST of Harvard-MIT

Chairs of Contribution Award Committee:

Toshi Kawai , Ph.D., Past President of IABMR, The Forsyth Institute, Harvard School of Dental Medicine

Yi-Ping Li, Ph.D., Past President of IABMR, The Forsyth Institute, Harvard School of Dental Medicine

Organizing Committee Members:

Mary-Kathleen Deloge, Jennifer Kelly, Jay Javad, Janie Lee, D.D.S., Jean Qiu, Ph.D., Hajime Sasaki, Ph.D.,

Carrie Soltanoff, Taka Tsuji, Ph.D., Jing-Wei Xiong, Ph.D., Shuying Yang, Ph.D.

Sponsor

http://www.forsyth.org

Supporting Vendors

http://www.bioconscientific.com
https://search.wako-chem.com
https://www.vwrsp.com
http://www.promega.com
https://www.fishersci.com
http://www.qiagen.com
http://www.thermo.com
http://www.roche.com
http://www.emdbiosciences.com
https://www.mn-net.com
http://www.alphainnotech.com
http://www.millipore.com/
http://www.usbweb.com
http://www.bostonbioproducts.com
http://www.rainin.com/
http://www.microdialysis.com
http://www.opticalanalysis.com/
http://www.primm.it/
http://www.visenmedical.com/

The International Association for Biological and Medical Research (IABMR) is a non-profit organization registered in the USA. Founded in 2002 by a number of Harvard professors and academic and industrial scientists, IABMR sets its mission to serve its members and the global community by providing a platform for professional interaction and collaboration among scientists. The headquarter of IABMR is located at Boston, Massachusetts. (WWW.IABMR.ORG)

  2006 IABMR Summer Retreat
 Jul 28, 2006 by: george
 
Summary:
2006 IABMR Summer Potluck Retreat will be held at the Webb Memorial State Park in North Weymouth, Massachusetts on August 5th, 2006, Saturday at 12pm. The annual summer retreat is a great networking opportunity for members and their friends and families to get a reacquaintence with old friends or make new ones. Bring your friends and family to join and have a joyful summer outing with us on the beautiful peninsula.
Directions to Webb Memorial State Park:
by MapQuest
by GoogleMap
Click here for information about Webb Memorial State Park
  2006 IABMR New Year Party
 Jan 24, 2006 by: george
 
Summary: The 2006 IABMR New Year Party took place at the Cambridge Center for Chinese Culture (CCCC) between 6-10pm on the Saturday of January 21, 2006. About 30 members and guests attended this party. Special thanks to our board member Dr. Tao Kai (also the vice president of CCCC) for lending a spacious and well-equipped room at CCCC for this activity. The 2005 president Dr. Jake Chen gave brief speech during the party and presented three Outstanding Contribution Awards to Drs. Toshi Kawai, Paloma Valverde, and Yumei Zhan for their significant contributions to IABMR during the past year. The president-elect Dr. Bai-lin Wu was then inaugurated to serve IABMR as the new president for the year of 2006.
  Yi, Albertson, and Oviedo won the poster competition awards in the 2005 Annual Meeting of IABMR
 Dec 15, 2005 by: george
 
Summary:

Yi, Albertson, and Oviedo won the poster competition awards in the 2005 Annual Meeting of IABMR

Congratulations to the following three award-winning posters (with presenting authors, i.e., awardees highlighted in red):

1st place:

Transcription factor FoxO1 mediates the Survival of Photoreceptors

Xianjin Yi, Xiaocheng Dong, Shaodong Guo, Morris F. White



2nd place:

The Molecular Basis of Alternate Jaw Morphologies

R. Craig Albertson, J. Todd Streelman, Thomas D. Kocher, and Pamela C. Yelick



3rd place:

A gap junction protein is required for stem cell maintenance and regeneration in the freshwater planarian Schmidtea mediterranea.

Néstor J. Oviedo & Michael Levin


  Titles of the competing posters at the 2005 Annual Meeting
 Dec 15, 2005 by: george
 
Summary:

IABMR award competition

The 2nd IABMR Annual Scientific Meeting

Thursday 12:30-6:00pm, December 8th, 2005

M. Barbara Schulze Conference Center

The Forsyth Institute 140 Fenway Boston, MA 02115

 

Titles and authors

[1] MyD88 IS INDISPENSABLE FOR BACTERIAL LIPOPRPTEIN (PAL)-INDUCED DYSFUNCTION AND DEATH IN MOUSE CARDIOMYOCYTES Xinsheng Zhu, Aranya Bagchi, Huailong Zhao, Wei Chao, Judith Hellman, Ulrich Schmidt

[2] Transcription factor FoxO1 mediates the Survival of Photoreceptors Xianjin Yi, Xiaocheng Dong, Shaodong Guo, Morris F. White

[3] Methyl ester of avenanthramide-c inhibits TNF_- and IL-1_-induced NF-_B activation in endothelial cells Weimin Guo1, Mitchell L Wise2, David Peterson2, Mohsen Meydani1.

[4] Two most common SLC26A4 mutations (IVS7-2A>G and H723R) in the Chinese patients with NS-SNHL and EVA Pu Dai1, Liu Xin1, Va Lip2, Yu Fei1, Hong Fang2, Yuan Huijun1, Margaret Kenna2, Yang Weiyan1, Orah Platt2, Han dongyi1,*, Bai-Lin Wu2,*

[5] Osterix Transduction Induces an Osteogenic Phenotype in Bone Marrow Stromal Cells in vitro and Stimulates Healing of Critical-sized Defects in murine Calvarial Bone* Qisheng Tu1, Paloma Valverde1, Jean Tang1, Sela Cheifetz2 and Jake Chen1

[6] Effects of Doxycycline and Metronidazole on the RANKL-mediated Bone Resorption Gilson C. N. Franco 1,3, Pedro L. Rosalen 3, Francisco C. Groppo 3, Cory Ernst 1, Tadashi Nakanishi 1, Martin A. Taubman 1, John D. Bartlett 2, Toshihisa Kawai 1.

[7] Using Novel Oncogene SALL4 as a Diagnostic Marker for B-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (B-ALL) Wei Cui1, Nikki Kong1, Li Chai2

[8] Using Zebrafish to Define Vascular Patterning Jing-Wei Xiong, Jiaojiao Zhang, Shannon Fishman, Patrick Faloon and Mark Fishman

[9] Cathepsin K-Deficient Mice Exhibit Pycnodysostosis Geatures due to Loss of Cathepsin K-Mediated Osteoclast Senescence for Bone Homeostasis. Y. P. Li1, Y. Abe1, R. Isoda1, R. Moroi1, S. Yang1, J. Z. Shao1, E. Li*2, W. Chen1.

[10] Effects of Concentrated Ambient Particles on Macrophage Phagocytosis and Killing of Streptococcus pneumoniae Hongwei Zhou1 and Lester Kobzik 1, 2

[11] The Molecular Basis of Alternate Jaw Morphologies R. Craig Albertson1, J. Todd Streelman2, Thomas D. Kocher3, and Pamela C. Yelick1

[12] A gap junction protein is required for stem cell maintenance and regeneration in the freshwater planarian Schmidtea mediterranea. Néstor J. Oviedo & Michael Levin

[13] Ets-1 is a critical regulator of p47phox and the generation of reactive oxygen species in response to Angiotensin II Weihua Ni, Yumei Zhan and Peter Oettgen

[14] Dlx5 Promotes Osteogenic Differentiation in a Transgenic Model J. ZHU1, L. LI1, Q. TU1, J. TANG1, T. YONEDA2, and J. CHEN1

[15] GENETIC APPROACHES IN HUMAN CONGENITAL DIAPHRAGMATIC HERNIA Sibel Kantarci, Ph.D.1, Barbara Pober, M.D.1,4, Thomas B. Kinane, MD1, Lihadh Al-Gazali, MD2, David Casavant, M.D.1, Dick Tibboel, MD, Ph.D3, Meaghan Russell1, M.P.H.1, Jay M. Wilson, MD4, Charles Lee, Ph.D.5, Patricia K. Donahoe, M.D.1

[16]Bone Sialoprotein (BSP) Gene Promotes Bone Formation in vitro Helen M. Chen1, Ji Zhu2, Jake Chen2, Paloma Valverde2


  Titles of Posters Selected for Oral Presentation at 2005 IABMR Annual
 Dec 07, 2005 by: george
 
Summary:

MyD88 IS INDISPENSABLE FOR BACTERIAL LIPOPROTEIN (PAL)-INDUCED DYSFUNCTION AND DEATH IN MOUSE CARDIOMYOCYTES

Xinsheng Zhu*, Aranya Bagchi, Huailong Zhao, Wei Chao, Judith Hellman, Ulrich

Schmidt Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Massachusetts General Hospital

and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA

TRANSCRIPTION FACTOR FOXO1 MEDIATES THE SURVIVAL OF PHOTORECEPTORS

Xianjin Yi* , Xiaocheng Dong, Shaodong Guo, Morris F.
White Children’s Hospital Boston, Division of Endocrinology, Boston, MA; Howard Hughes Medical Institute

METHYL ESTER OF AVENANTHRAMIDE-C INHIBITS TNF

a- AND IL-1 b-INDUCED NF- kB ACTIVATION IN ENDOTHELIAL CELLS


Weimin Guo 1*, Mitchell L Wise 2, David Peterson 2, and Mohsen Meydani 1
1 Vascular Biology Lab, HNRCA at Tufts University, 711 Washington Street, Boston, MA;2 USDA, ARS Cereal Crops Research, 501 Walnut St., Madison, WI

OSTERIX TRANSDUCTION INDUCES AN OSTEOGENIC PHENOTYPE IN BONE MARROW STROMAL CELLS IN VITRO AND STIMULATES HEALING OF CRITICAL-SIZED DEFECTS IN MURINE CALVARIAL BONE

Qisheng Tu 1* , Paloma Valverde 1, Jean Tang 1, Sela Cheifetz 2 and Jake Chen 1
1 Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, Boston, MA

TWO MOST COMMON SLC26A4 MUTATIONS ( IVS7-2A>G AND H723R) IN THE CHINESE PATIENTS WITH NS-SNHL AND EVA

Pu Dai 1, Liu Xin 1, Va Lip 2, Yu Fei 1, Hong Fang 2, Yuan Huijun 2, Margaret Kenna 2, Yang Weiyan 1, Orah Platt 2, Han dongyi 1, Bai-Lin Wu 2*,
1 Chinese PLA General Hospital, Genetic Testing Center for deafness, Beijing, China; 2 Children’s Hospital Boston and Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA


  Annual Meeting Abstract Submission Deadline Extended to Nov. 30th
 Nov 28, 2005 by: george
 
Summary:

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS AT THE 2ND ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING OF IABMR

Dear Members of IABMR:

IABMR is organizing its 2nd Annual Scientific Meeting which will consist of Oral Presentations and a Poster Session on December 8th 2005 from 1 pm to 5 pm at the Forsyth Institute.

We welcome you and your friends to present your most recent work at the Poster Session. To that end, please send an abstract using the abstract form (click here for the form) to paloma.valverde@tufts.edu. The deadline for submitting the abstract has been extended to November 30th. Please include in the subject line of your email Poster IABMR. Five abstracts will be selected for an oral presentation of 20 min each and three prizes will be given to the best three posters:

First Prize: $300

Second Prize: $200

Third Prize: $100

On behalf of our President and Board of Directors, I would like to thank you for your time and consideration. More details about this meeting will be posted in the IABMR web site (http://www.iabmr.org).

Looking forward to hearing from you and your work,

With my best regards,

 

Paloma Valverde, Ph.D.

paloma.valverde@tufts.edu

Chair of Poster Competition

  The 2nd (2005) IABMR Annual Meeting Program Annoucement and Registration
 Nov 22, 2005 by: george
 
Summary:

The 2nd IABMR Annual Scientific Meeting

Thursday 12:30-6:00pm, December 8th, 2005
M. Barbara Schulze Conference Center
The Forsyth Institute
140 Fenway Boston, MA 02115

Online registration available at http://www.iabmr.org

PROGRAM
12:30-1:30 Luncheon Session: IABMR Members’ Poster Presentation and Exhibition of Scientific Products (pizza and drinks will be served)
1:30-4:10 Invited Session: Keynote Speech and Featured Presentation
Moderators: Jake Chen, D.D.S., Ph.D. and Bai-Lin Wu, M.Med., Ph.D., FACMG
4:10-6:00 IABMR Members’ Session: Scientific Presentations and Best Poster Award
Moderators: Paloma Valverde, Ph.D. and Toshi Kawai, D.D.S., Ph.D.

SCHEDULE
1:30-1:40 Opening Remarks
Dominick DePaola, D.D.S., Ph.D.
President and CEO, The Forsyth Institute
1:40-2:30 Keynote Speech 1: Gene Regulation of Hematopoietic Stem Cells
Leonard I. Zon, M.D.
Grousbeck Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School
Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator
Director, Children's Hospital Boston Stem Cell Program
Founding President of the International Society for Stem Cell Research (ISSCR)
Elected Member of the Institute of Medicine, USA
2:30-3:20 Keynote Speech 2: The Personal Genome Project
George M. Church, Ph.D.
Professor of Genetics, Harvard Medical School
MIT Health Sciences & Technology
Director of the Lipper Center for Computational Genetics
MIT-Harvard DOE Genomes to Life Center
NIH Center for Excellence in Genomic Science
3:20-3:30 Coffee Break
3:30-3:50 Featured Presentation 1 (Invited IABMR Member)
Haploinsufficiency of ZNF9 Results in Dysfunctions of the Heart and Skeletal Muscle that Mimic the Features of Human Myotonic Dystrophy Type 2 (DM2)
Yi-Ping Li, Ph.D.
Associate Member of the Staff, The Forsyth Institute
Assistant Professor, Harvard School of Dental Medicine
3:50-4:10 Featured Presentation 2 (Invited IABMR Member)
Presenilin and its Enhancer: in “Memory” of Pre-senile Neurodegeneration
Weiming Xia, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Center for Neurological Diseases
Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School
4:10-5:00 Oral Presentations
(TBA, Selected from Submitted Abstract, 10 min each)
5:00-5:45 Poster Presentations, Exhibitions and Reception
5:45- 5:50 Closing Remarks
Philip Stashenko, D.M.D., Ph.D.
Senior Vice President for Research & Development,
The Forsyth Institute
5:50-6:00 Poster Award Presentation
Jake (Jinkun) Chen, D.D.S., Ph.D.
IABMR President of 2005

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

IABMR members (including on-site registered members) are eligible for entering the poster competition. Five abstracts will be selected for a 10-min oral presentation. Three prizes will be awarded to the 1st place with $300, 2nd $200, and 3rd $100. For more detailed information visit http://www.iabmr.org.

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Chair:
Jake Chen, D.D.S., Ph.D., Tufts University

Co-Chair:
Bai-Lin Wu, M.Med., Ph.D., FACMG, Children's Hospital and Harvard Medical School

Chair of Poster Competition:
Paloma Valverde, Ph.D., Tufts University

Committees:
Tsute (George) Chen, Ph.D., The Forsyth Institute
Mary-Kathleen Deloge, The Forsyth Institute
Xuesong Gu, Ph.D., Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School
Toshi Kawai, D.D.S., Ph.D., The Forsyth Institute
Yi-Ping Li, Ph.D., The Forsyth Institute
Yumei Zhan, Ph.D., Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School

SPONSORS

 

FEE

$10 including registration, luncheon & reception. Free for IABMR members (annual membership fee $10) as well as Forsyth and Tufts employees. Meeting registration and membership application are available both on-site and online at http://www.iabmr.org.

Directions to The Forsyth Institute

1. By subway: 3 Min. walk from E (Green) line “Northeastern University Station”. Get off train and walk toward Fenway Park, you will see the Forsyth building and parking lot. Refer to the map on right. M. Barbara Schulze Conference Center is on the third floor.

2. By car – Parking at the Forsyth is provided only to speakers and vendors. Limited and busy parking meters on Hemenway street. Use of public transportation such as subway mention above is strongly recommended.




SPONSORING VENDORS

Abcam - http://www.abcam.com
Biocon Scientifics - http://www.bioconscientific.com
Boston Bioproducts - http://www.bostonbioproducts.com
Chemicon and Upstate - http://www.chemicon.com; http://www.upstate.com
Nexcelom Bioscience - http://www.nexcelom.com
TEKnova - http://www.teknova.com
VistaLab Technologies - http://www.vistalab.com
Wako Chemicals USA, Inc. - https://search.wako-chem.com

 

  2005 IABMR Annual Meeting Poster Competition Call For Abstract
 Oct 26, 2005 by: george
 
Summary:

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS AT THE 2ND ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING OF IABMR

Dear Members of IABMR:

IABMR is organizing its 2nd Annual Scientific Meeting which will consist of Oral Presentations and a Poster Session on December 8th 2005 from 1 pm to 5 pm at the Forsyth Institute.

We welcome you and your friends to present your most recent work at the Poster Session. To that end, please send an abstract using the abstract form (click here for the form) to paloma.valverde@tufts.edu by November 25 th. Please include in the subject line of your email PosterIABMR. Five abstracts will be selected for an oral presentation of 20 min each and three prizes will be given to the best three posters:

First Prize: $300

Second Prize: $200

Third Prize: $100

On behalf of our President and Board of Directors, I would like to thank you for your time and consideration. More details about this meeting will be posted in the IABMR web site (http://www.iabmr.org).

Looking forward to hearing from you and your work,

With my best regards,

 

Paloma Valverde, Ph.D.

paloma.valverde@tufts.edu

Chair of Poster Competition

<   12345678   >


Copyright 2002-present by IABMR
Page created in 0.606944 Seconds by brop105