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| || 2005 IABMR Annual Meeting Abstract Submission Form for Poster Competition|
| ||Oct 26, 2005 by: george |
IABMR Poster Session Application Sheet
Name of Presenter:
Abstract (Max. 250 words): (Including Title, Authors and
____ Oral presentation
Are you member of IABMR?
What is your research area?
____ Signal Transduction
____ Bone Biology
____ Developmental Biology
____ Other, describe:
Presenterís contact information
Daytime phone number:
Deadline: November 25th 2005.
E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
| || Please Join us to the 2005 IABMR Summer Retreat on August 20th, 2005|
| ||Aug 03, 2005 by: george |
You are warmly invited to the 2005 IABMR Summer
Retreat . This annual event is a great chance to improve the quality of our
daily life as well as the academic one by taking time off our busy schedule
to enjoy the sereneness of the park, to renew aquaitance with old friends
as well as making new ones. So don't miss out this great opportunity!
State Park. Meet in the parking
lot at the end of Dogwood Dr. (click
the park map below for detail location)
State Park is located in the greater Boston area.Rte. I-495 (north
or south) to exit 21A, Main Street Hopkinton. Travel on Main Street
until the third traffic light located at the heart of downtown
Hopkinton. Turn left, traveling North on Route 85. Proceed approximately
2 miles to the Hopkinton State Park entrance on the right (do not
enter the Field Office on the left). Click
here for an interactive map.
($5 entry fee is required at the gate for vehicles)
Date: Saturday, August
20th, 2005 (Rain date: Sunday August
Fee: Free to all. On-site membership application will be available. Online membership application is available here.
Style: Potluck picnic and sports (swimming, fishing,
volleyball, badminton, frisbee, etc). You are welcome to bring your own
For more information about the Hopkinton State Park please visit these web
Please address questions to Yumei Zhan by e-mail: email@example.com or
by phone call at 617-667-0406
| || Five board members newly elected.|
| ||Jul 28, 2005 by: george |
|Summary: ||In our recent board meeting, 5 new board members were elected to join our board. Congratutations and welcome!
| || Expanded uses of IABMR Forums|
| ||Apr 21, 2005 by: george |
|Summary: ||In our recent board meeting, many board members supported the idea of using the IABMR Discussion Forum for the following suggested purposes:
Career Resource: Position open, seeking jobs
Expertise Resource: Ask questions how to do an experiment..a protocol; share your experience and tips; this is a good way to find collaborators
Recycle Center: For example I have some old equipments I am trying to get rid of, but perhaps someone needs them somewhere
Members Lounge: A place to introduce yourself and introduce for other members; share personal news among members such as relocation, promotion, new jobs, baby news etc.
Publication: Announcement of members' recent publications. This could potentially increase the opportunity colloboration.
Separate forums have been created for the above topics. Please feel free to use these potentially useful resources. The more we use it the better and more information it will have. Just click on the above topics to view the content.
Note that although the Forums are publicly viewable, you have to log in n order to post messages in these Forums.
Two easy ways you can get started:
- Send an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org and mention you want to attend the IABMR Discussion Forum. A user account will be created for you and you can log in immediately.
- 2. You can also register and create your own account on the web; or reset your password by yourself. Just click here.
| || 2004 IABMR New Year Party|
| ||Jan 25, 2005 by: admin |
IABMR 2005 New Year Party
The Forsyth Institute
140 Fenway,Boston,MA View Map
Sunday, January 30, 5:00pm to 8:00pm
IABMR (http://www.iabmr.org) will hold a 2005
New Year Party on January 30th.
You are warmly welcome to the Party.
- To have fun, to meet and know more people including new President and
new members of IABMR both for your academic and daily life.
- Feel free to bring your families and friends.
- Potluck, free for all and just bring one dish with you.
Looking forward to meeting you.
| || Poster competition awardees and their posters|
| ||Dec 14, 2004 by: admin |
|Summary: ||As a part of the program of the IABMR annual meeting of December 2nd, there was
a fantastic poster competition with participants from different institutions of
the Boston area. The first prize (a digital camera donated by Optical
Analysis Corp.) was given to Dr. Xinsheng Zhu from Brigham
and Women’s Hospital. His poster showed that the over-expression of the
calcium-binding protein sorcin improves cardiac excitation-contraction coupling
in normal and failing ventricular cardiomyocytes. Dr. Zhu’s poster was impressive
not only for the high scientific quality of the data but also for its great organization
and presentation. The second prize ($100) was given to Dr. Yumei Zhang
from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Her poster showed through convincing
animal experiments, immunohystochemistry and reporter assays that Ets-1 is a critical
transcriptional mediator of Angiotensin II-induced vascular inflammation and remodeling.
Third prizes ($50) were given to posters presented by Drs. Wei Chen
and Yucheng Wang from the Forsyth Institute. Dr. Wang’s
poster was about the generation of an osteoclast specific cre transgenic mouse
that can be used to generate osteoclast gene conditional knock-outs. Dr. Chen’s
poster on the other hand, demonstrated through animal studies and recordings of
muscle and heart functions that haploinsufficiency of ZNF9 is the cause of myotonic
dystrophy type 2, one of the most common forms of muscular dystrophy in adults. |