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(1)A NIH campus event. (2)The meeting will consist of a three-day workshop whose goal will be to bring together scientists from widely ranging and relevant areas of research related to NP-C. (3) An intellectual climate similar to that of the Gordon conferences will be fostered and speakers will be very much encouraged to reveal and discuss recent unpublished findings. (4) Individual sessions will have one keynote speaker who will review the field and act as chairperson/moderator for the additional speakers of the session. A very concerted effort at cross-disciplinary communication will be stressed. (5) A late-breaking news session will be included for most sessions to provide junior scientific members the opportunity to present recent important findings.


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