DeWitt Stetten, Jr., 50th Anniversary Symposium at NIH
In addition to sessions at the scientific meetings above, NIGMS-sponsored 50th anniversary poster awards were made at the following annual meetings: American Society for Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students, Biophysical Society, RNA Society, Society for Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science, and Society for Developmental Biology.
November 11, 20114:45-5:30 p.m.
Armando ParodiLeloir Institute Foundation
Video: Dr. Armando Parodi discusses his research at the Society for Glycobiology Meeting in Seattle, WA
NIGMS contact: Pam Marino, 301-594-3827
December 5, 20117:00 p.m.
Katherine Wilson, moderatorJohns Hopkins University
Dyche MullinsUniversity of California, San Francisco
Christine Jacobs-WagnerYale University
Magdelena BezanillaUniversity of Massachusetts-Amherst
NIGMS contact: Alexandra Ainsztein, 301-594-0828
February 26, 201210:45 a.m.
Seok-Yong LeeDuke University
NIGMS contact: Jean Chin, 301-594-0828
March 30, 20129:30 a.m.
Jerome R. Cox, Jr.Washington University
Keith HodgsonStanford University
Al BurlingameUniversity of California, San Francisco
NIGMS contact: Amy L. Swain, 301-451-6446
June 13, 20122:30-3:00 p.m.
David PagliariniUniversity of Wisconsin
NIGMS contact: Vernon Anderson, 301-594-3827
June 18, 20127:00-7:45 p.m., Keynote Address
Angelika AmonMassachusetts Institute of Technology
GSA News Release: Genetics Conference Highlights How Model Organisms Help Scientists Learn About Human Cancers
GSA Reporter Article on Meeting
NIGMS contact: Susan Haynes, 301-594-0943
July 16, 20122:30-4:25 p.m.
Steven E. Brenner, Session ChairUniversity of California, Berkeley
Edward M. MarcotteThe University of Texas at Austin
Katherine S. PollardUniversity of California, San Francisco
Russ B. AltmanStanford University
NIGMS contact: Stephen Marcus, 301-451-6446
August 20, 20128:00-5:00 p.m.
Advances in Palladium-Catalyzed Oxidation ReactionsMelanie SanfordUniversity of Michigan
Backwards and Forwards with Molecular and Classical PharmacologyBrian K. ShoichetUniversity of California, San Francisco
Defining the Transcriptional Initiation Interaction Network In VivoAnna MappUniversity of Michigan
Complex Molecule Synthesis Enabling Studies at the Chemistry/Biomedical InterfaceDaniel RomoTexas A&M University
Palladium-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Methods for Applications in Organic SynthesisStephen L. BuchwaldMassachusetts Institute of Technology
Sweet Chemical Signaling: Understanding the Structure-Function Relationships of Carbohydrates in Neurobiology and CancerLinda C. Hsieh-WilsonCalifornia Institute of Technology
Inorganic Chemistry Controlling Cellular Physiology and DevelopmentThomas V. O'HalloranNorthwestern University
Coupling Activities of Helicase and Polymerase at the DNA Replication ForkSmita S. PatelUMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School
Fundamentals of Enzymatic Transition States and Use of the InformationVern L. SchrammAlbert Einstein College of Medicine
Chemistry in Living SystemsCarolyn R. BertozziUniversity of California, Berkeley
Video: Press Conference with Chemists
ACS News Release: Celebrating the Golden Anniversary of a Remarkable Science Agency
NIGMS contact: Bob Lees, 301-594-1338
October 11-14, 2012
NIGMS contact: Shawn Drew, 301-594-3900
November 7-10, 2012
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