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2002 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Meetings

The new season of scientific meetings at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory is about to commence.

Cold Spring Harbor Meetings provide excellent opportunities for reporting on and keeping current with a broad range of new discoveries in the biological and biomedical sciences, from cancer genetics, the cell cycle, brain development, and aging to tissue engineering, genomics, mouse molecular genetics, and retrovirus research.

The first meeting, New Horizons in Molecular Imaging: Genes, Probes, & Disease, will take place March 14 - 17, 2002. It is organized by researchers from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the National Cancer Institute, Washington University in St. Louis, and Massachusetts General Hospital.

A complete list of 2002 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Meetings is available at the following website: http://nucleus.cshl.org/meetings/2002meetings.htm

For more information, or to register to attend a meeting, please visit https://nucleus.cshl.org/secmeetings/media.htm call 516-367-6947, or e-mail sherwood@cshl.org.


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Contact: Peter Sherwood
sherwood@cshl.org
516-367-6947
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
1-Feb-2002


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