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Disparate Biomedical Fields Cross Paths At Experimental Biology Meeting

Life scientists from a wide array of disciplines, whose paths might not normally cross, will come together in Atlanta for Experimental Biology '95 (EB '95) from Sunday, April 9 through Thursday, April 13. The 15,000 biomedical researchers expected to attend will get a chance to meet one another, share information, and plan future research activities while attending scores of technical sessions on such topics as "Protein Lipidation in Cellular Signaling" and "Degeneration and Regeneration of the

Howard Goldner

Life scientists from a wide array of disciplines, whose paths might not normally cross, will come together in Atlanta for Experimental Biology '95 (EB '95) from Sunday, April 9 through Thursday, April 13. The 15,000 biomedical researchers expected to attend will get a chance to meet one another, share information, and plan future research activities while attending scores of technical sessions on such topics as "Protein Lipidation in Cellular Signaling" and "Degeneration and Regeneration of the Spinal Cord."

EB '95 is a multisociety, interdisciplinary scientific meeting that has been developed, organized, and coordinated by six sponsoring organizations: the American Physiological Society (APS), American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET), American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP), American Institute of Nutrition (AIN), American Association of Immunologists (AAI), and American Association of Anatomists (AAA).

Although these professional associations arrange their own sessions--including relevant symposia, distinguished lectureships, workshops, and short courses of specific...

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