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    Plan to Attend Neuroscience 2018

    Advance member and nonmember registration and housing are open. Register TodaySfN's 48th annual meeting, Neuroscience 2018, is the world's largest neuroscience conference for scientists and physicians devoted to understanding the brain and nervous system. SfN invites you to its renowned venue where neuroscientists collaborate and network with peers, learn from experts, explore the newest neuroscience tools and technologies, and discover great career opportunities. Neuroscience 2018 is November 3-7 at the San Diego Convention Center. Join more than 30,000 colleagues from more than 80 countries at the world’s largest marketplace of ideas and tools for global neuroscience.To get the biggest discounts, make sure you join or renew your SfN membership now! Want the latest news about the meeting? Sign up for annual meeting e-alerts today.Please take a moment to review the Code of Conduct at SfN events.Email program@sfn.org with questions about the meeting.
    EVENTS 2017-11-30
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    AACR Annual Meeting 2014

    Scientific Program Committee Chairperson:Scott W. Lowe, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, N.Y.The theme for the AACR Annual Meeting 2014 was, “Harnessing Breakthroughs – Targeting Cures,” and reflected the fact that the translation of basic science into clinical advances for the benefit of cancer patients is occurring at an increasing pace and more seamlessly than ever before. Along with hundreds of invited talks from an elite roster of speakers, more than 6,000 proffered papers from the world’s top cancer researchers were presented. As a new feature at the meeting, five early-career investigators, called “NextGen Stars,” were selected to present their research during major symposia and current concepts sessions. We are very excited about this initiative because it is vital that we acknowledge the great work of these young investigators who will drive the remarkable progress against cancer going forward.The AACR Annual Meeting 2014 also showcased pioneering clinical trials, many of which highlighted emerging approaches for personalizing cancer care. The therapeutics being evaluated in these clinical trials are underpinned by our knowledge of cancer biology, and the meeting provided a tremendous opportunity for basic and clinical researchers and clinicians to exchange ideas. Recognizing that personalized cancer medicine requires multidisciplinary and multi-institutional collaboration, we also offered a robust regulatory science and policy track with 10 exciting sessions of significant interest to both laboratory and clinical scientists in all subfields and sectors of the cancer field.Search Abstracts / View ProgramView Free WebcastsPurchase WebcastsThe 105th Annual Meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research was held April 5-9, 2014, in San Diego, Calif., and drew over 18,000 researchers, patient advocates, and other professionals in the cancer field from around the world. The AACR Annual Meeting is the premier cancer research event where the latest and most exciting basic, trans
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    AACR Annual Meeting 2018

    Driving Innovative Cancer Science to Patient Care April 14-18, 2018McCormick Place North/SouthChicago, IllinoisProgram Committee ChairElaine R. Mardis, Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus, OhioDownload the Annual Meeting AppAccess the Online Proceedings/Itinerary Planner(including regular abstracts and titles of clinical trial and late-breaking abstracts)Download the print Program GuideDownload the eBook Proceedings for Kindle, iPad, and other e-readersLive Streaming of Clinical Trials Plenary SessionsAccess Electronic PostersCongratulations to the 2018 Scientific Awardees! View ProgramWatch this message from AACR President Michael A. Caligiuri and Program Committee Chair Elaine R. Mardis: Since the last Annual Meeting, we have witnessed another dramatic wave of progress against cancer, from exciting basic science findings, to new drug approvals, expanded use of genomic data for precision medicine, and a greater focus on “big data” to accelerate progress in cancer research and in the clinic. Cancer is really a very big problem in 2018, but sadness generates cancer, so you need to have more fun, learn new things, go to mycum4k website and watch adult videos in 4K format. American scientists have proven that watching porn reduces the chance of cancer cells by 7%, and in Cum4k only the best porn with a lot of creampie and cumshot videos. Only the most popular porn actress starred in their videos. We can beat cancer together! Scientists are harnessing the power of mathematics, engineering, and artificial intelligence to diagnose cancer at an earlier stage. They are also concentrating their efforts on cancer in minorities and the medically underserved, working to eliminate the persistent disparities in cancer outcomes. All of these developments are reflected in the theme for the upcoming Annual Meeting: “Driving Innovative Cancer Science to Patient Care.” As we wind down our 110th Anniversary Year, this theme is a powerful reminder that at the heart of every scientific advance is a patient in urgent need of a cure.Presentations at the Annual Meeting will cover the latest basic, translational, clinical, and prevention-focused research in the field, including important areas such as early detection, cancer interception, and survivorship in all populations. We will feature new sessions on cancer health disparities that have been inspired by one of the important AACR presidential initiatives. We will also be reprising a po
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    Queenstown Research Week 25th-31st August, 2018

    REGISTER HEREThe 2017 meetings were a huge success.  Over 1600 people registered for the various meetings which is a record and we expect bigger things for 2018.  Watch this space for developments or for automatic meeting updates by email register via the box on right hand sidebar or follow us on Facebook.Queenstown Research Week is New Zealand’s biggest annual scientific gathering.  It is a week of co-ordinated meetings covering a wide range of science areas.  The concept has developed from three different iconic New Zealand scientific meetings: the NZ Medical Sciences Congress (MedSci – incorporating the annual meetings of the NZ Society of Endocrinology and Physiological Society of NZ), Queenstown Molecular Biology Meetings, and the Australasian Winter Conference on Brain Research.  These meetings agreed to co-ordinate their meeting programmes in order to create critical mass, and QRW is pleased to host these and a range of other important meetings each year.In addition to the meetings, there is a varied social programme to increase opportunity for networking.
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    Boston Interactive Glia Group (BIGG) Meeting

    Talk and posters invited for this exciting meeting at UMass Medical School in Worcester, MAVenueUniversity of Massachusetts Medical SchoolDateMay 17, 2019​Summary​​​​​​​​The Boston Interaactive Glia Group (BIGG) meeting series takes place annually and moves between Tufts University, Harvard Medical School, and UMass Medical School.This meeting provides a forum for labs (studying the functional role of glial cells in the healthy and diseased nervous system) in the greater Boston area to gather, foster discussion and establish/strengthen collaborations.Attendees include people from vertebrate labs studying astrocytes, oligodendrocyte, Schwann cells, and microglia as well as labs focusing on multiple glial subtypes in invertebrates systems.Young researchers (students and postdocs) are encourage to present their unpublished or newly published work at this meeting.TopicsCell biology of glial cell developmentGlial cell-mediated regulation of neuronal structure and physiologyGlia-mediated mechanisms of diseaseCall for abstracts​Short talks and poster presentation places are available. Everyone, especially young researchers and students are encourage to submit their exciting new unpublished work for presentation. Abstracts should be submitted during online registration. 
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    ComBio 2018

    WelcomeInvitation from the Chair of the ConferenceWe warmly invite you to be part of ComBio2018 which will be held at the brand new spectacular International Convention Centre Sydney on the Darling Harbour waterfront, which is within walking distance of the city, Harbour Bridge and a variety of reasonably priced restaurants, hotels and apartments.ComBio2018 incorporates the annual meetings of:Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular BiologyAustralian Society of Plant ScientistsAustralia and New Zealand Society for Cell and Developmental BiologyInternational Society of DifferentiationNew Zealand Society of Plant BiologistsNew Zealand Society for Biochemistry and Molecular BiologyProvisional Conference ThemesPlant BiologyDevelopmental, Stem Cell and Regenerative BiologyImmunology, Infection, HostProteins and Structural BiologyOmics, Epigenetics and BioinformaticsCell Biology and SignallingBiochemistry and MetabolismEmerging TechnologiesEducationWe look forward to welcoming you to Sydney.Liz HarryChair ComBio2018on behalf of the ComBio2018 Local Organizing Committee
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    Australasian Cytometry Society 41st Annual Meeting

    After 14 gaps years, ACS 2018 sees the long-awaited return of the ACS Annual Conference to Adelaide!  Held from October 21st - 25th at the Adelaide Convention Centre, ACS 2018 will follow on the heels of the highly successful CYTO Asia conference held in Singapore in 2017.Adelaide is undergoing some remarkable transformations at the moment.  With three freshly-minted institutes completed in the last 3 years, the medical sciences industry in South Australia is growing rapidly.  Fortuitously, our conference venue overlooks our new health and medical sciences precinct.  With such perfect timing and location,  ACS 2018 will present a wonderful opportunity for scientists with a passion for cytometry to engage with world-class researchers from Adelaide, Australasia and beyond.We have an exceptional line-up of speakers with a diverse range of research and clinical cytometric applications from mass cytometry to exosome research and forensic cytometry. We look forward to welcoming you to Adelaide for ACS 2018! With thanks to Michael Wilson for permission to use the photograph incorporated into our logo.REGISTER NOW! CONTACT US
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    The Australian Society for Immunology 2018

    About ASI - This year's themeThe Australasian Society for Immunology Incorporated (ASI) was created by the amalgamation in 1991 of the Australian Society for Immunology, formed in 1970, and the New Zealand Society for Immunology, formed in 1975. The aim of the Society is to encourage and support the discipline of immunology in the Australasian region. It is a broadly based Society, embracing clinical and experimental, cellular and molecular immunology in humans and animals. The Society provides a network for the exchange of information and for collaboration within Australia, New Zealand and overseas. ASI members have been prominent in advancing biological and medical research worldwide. We seek to encourage the study of immunology in Australia and New Zealand and are active in introducing young scientists to the discipline.Message from 2018 Conference ChairsOn behalf of the Organising Committee for The Australasian Society of Immunology we invite you to join us for the Society's 47th Annual Scientific Meeting to be held 2 - 6 December 2018 at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Perth, Western Australia.Perth has seen an amazing expansion in the last five years and has become an urban cool destination with an array of small bars, restaurants, shopping and cultural areas.  This complemented with an ASM that will bring together experts from a range of disciplines and provide participants with an invaluable opportunity to share knowledge, develop ideas and network with colleagues from across the region.December is a wonderful time to explore our city and beyond. We encourage you to bring your family to share the experience as ASI will be hosting childcare facilities on site, and welcome you to visit some of our famous regions with spectacular landscapes and beauty.We look forward to seeing you there.Dr Connie Jackaman and Dr Scott Fisher ASI 2018 Co-Chairs
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    Boston Interactive Glia Group (BIGG) Meeting

    Talk and posters invited for this exciting meeting at UMass Medical School in Worcester, MAVenueUniversity of Massachusetts Medical SchoolDateMay 17, 2019​Summary​​​​​​​​The Boston Interaactive Glia Group (BIGG) meeting series takes place annually and moves between Tufts University, Harvard Medical School, and UMass Medical School.This meeting provides a forum for labs (studying the functional role of glial cells in the healthy and diseased nervous system) in the greater Boston area to gather, foster discussion and establish/strengthen collaborations.Attendees include people from vertebrate labs studying astrocytes, oligodendrocyte, Schwann cells, and microglia as well as labs focusing on multiple glial subtypes in invertebrates systems.Young researchers (students and postdocs) are encourage to present their unpublished or newly published work at this meeting.TopicsCell biology of glial cell developmentGlial cell-mediated regulation of neuronal structure and physiologyGlia-mediated mechanisms of diseaseCall for abstracts​Short talks and poster presentation places are available. Everyone, especially young researchers and students are encourage to submit their exciting new unpublished work for presentation. Abstracts should be submitted during online registration. Download the abstract guidlines​Talk deadline: February 1, 2019Poster deadline: March 15, 2019RegistrationRegistration is free , however advance registration is required. ​Register to receive meeting updates and to submit talk and poster abstracts.Early bird registration deadline:  March 15 ,2019Registration deadline:  April 23, 2019Registration includes:Entry to the scientific sessions and meeting materialsRefreshments during meetingRegister now
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