Experimental Biology 2003 meets in San Diego April 11-15

antipsychotic drugs at serotonin receptors; pharmacological actions and interactions between endogenous brain cannabinoid and opioid systems; and mechanisms and implications for therapy of behavioral hyperactivity, Huntington's Disease, parkinsonism, and schizophrenia, and other neuropsychiatric diseases. A special symposium on diseases of aging beginning on Thursday focuses on stroke, from bench to bedside.

In other Experimental Biology 2003 events, postdoctoral and graduate students can take a break from 14-hour-a day science or job-hunting in the placement service by joining a Y.E.S. (Young Experimental Scientists) social mixer. All societies sponsor sessions on new advances in technology or teaching innovations of their specific field, as well as career development lectures like ASBMB's "myths and realities on being a new faculty member," APS's "career opportunities for physiologists in the drug discovery process," and ASIP's mentoring luncheon on "Dancing with Journals: a Guide to Submission and Revision." A number of Experimental Biology sessions focus on challenges and opportunities for women, racial/ethnic minorities, and others who have been traditionally underrepresented in science.

More than 350 companies are expected to participate in an exposition of scientific equipment, supplies and publications, open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 12, through Monday, April 14.

Experimental Biology 2003 will be held at the San Diego Convention Center. Go to http://www.faseb.org for more information on press registration and meeting information, or email Sarah Goodwin at eb3press@bellsouth.net.


Contact: Sarah Goodwin
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology

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