A variety of topics--including, for example, the pathophysiology of asthma, genetic manipulation in pharmacology, and nutritional epidemiology of chronic diseases--will highlight the agenda at the second Experimental Biology 94 (EB 94) conference, which gets under way in Anaheim, Calif., next month. Fifteen thousand researchers are expected to attend the meeting, whose multi- and interdisciplinary thrust will be geared to physiologists, pharmacologists, immunologists, experimental pathologists, nutritionists, and anatomists who study human health and disease.

Experimental Biology 94 is an interdisciplinary biomedical
meeting and exposition to be held April 24-28. More than
6,000 oral and poster presentations are expected. Here is a
sampling of special sessions.

Preparing for Tenure: Five Perspectives
Sunday, April 24, 4:00 P.M.
Anaheim Convention Center, Room A2/3

The Use of Animals in Biomedical Research and Teaching:
Where Do We Stand?
Sunday, April 24, 4:00 P.M.
Anaheim Hilton, California A

Women in Physiology Mentoring Program
Sunday, April 24, 5:00...

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