THE 3rd INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON
THE MAMMALIAN MYOCARDIUM
THE REGULATION OF CARDIAC CONTRACTION
TO BE HELD AT
THE UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND
21 - 24 JULY 1996
SCIENTIFIC SESSIONS: These will include the invited speakers and
chairmen listed below, together with submitted papers for poster
sessions, in the following general areas:
Ca FLUX IN THE CARDIAC CELL
W.G. Wier (USA), K. Philipson (USA), S.C. O'Neill (UK), K. Sipido
(Belgium), M. Cannell (U.K).
INTEGRATION OF SARCOLEMMAL Ca FLUX AND INTRACELLULAR Ca
W.J. Lederer (USA), L. Pott (Germany), G. Isenberg (Germany), D.M.
REGULATION OF ION FLUX BY SECOND MESSENGER SYSTEMS
G. Vassort (France), M.R. Boyett (UK), S. Kurihara (Japan), A. Gurney
(UK), L. Jones (USA).
R.J. Solaro (USA), R. Moss (USA), J.C. Ruegg (Germany), P. Cobbold
CARDIAC HYPERTROPHY AND FAILURE
G. Hart (UK), S. Cobbe (UK), K. Macleod (UK), E. Marban (USA), S.
MEETING CHAIRMEN: D.A. Eisner & P. Cobbold (Liverpool, UK)
ORGANIZING COMMITTEE: S.J Coker, S.C. O'Neill, S. Salmons, S.
Wray (Liverpool, UK), K. MacLeod (London, UK), P. Cummins
(Birmingham, UK), J. McCormack (Edinburgh, UK), C.H. Orchard
CONFERENCE FEE: The conference fee will be 320 pounds. This fee
includes all costs for accommodation, meals, coffee, conference
materials and social events. This meeting is open to all interested
and will be limited to about 200 participants on a `first come, first
serve' basis. A limited number of postgraduate bursaries of 100 pounds
each are available.
POSTER ABSTRACTS: Participants are invited to submit poster
communications. The abstracts will be published in J. mol. Cell.
SCIENTIFIC EXHIBITION: A commercial exhibition of scientific
instruments, materials and books will be held at the conference.
ACCOMMODATION: This will be provided in Halls of Residence, on
the University Campus situated close to Sefton Park, and adjacent to
the conference suite.
REGISTRATION AND FURTHER INFORMATION: Further information,
registration forms and abstract forms can be obtained by contacting
Mrs. C. McNerney at the Department of Physiology, University of
Liverpool, PO Box 147, Liverpool, L69 3BX, U.K. (Tel: 0151-794 5329,
FAX: 0151-794 5321). Alternatively email Prof D.A. Eisner (email
eisner at liverpool.ac.uk)