Spring Industrial Micro Colloquium

Theodore C. Crusberg crusberg at WPI.EDU
Mon Feb 26 11:00:11 EST 2001

                          Tuesday March 13, 2001
                         Whitehead Institute - MIT
          (Parking nearby or use the MIT-Kendall Red Line Stop)

1:30 - 2:00 PM  Registration Whitehead

2:00-3:00       Dr. Stella Uzojara, Alkermes, Inc.
                Why is agricultural genetic modification so controversial
                    in the new millenium?

3:00-4:00       Dr. Jason Sello, Harvard Medical School
                Diversity-oriented synthesis of natural product-like
                    molecules: A case study

4:00-5:00       Dr. Janice Reichert, Tufts Center for the Study of Drug
                Development and appproval of new therapeutics

5:00-5:39       Reception and Dinner (Whitehead Cafeteria)

There is no registration fee for the meeting.  Dinner cost is $30 for
members and $45 for non-members (includes one year membership in the local
SIM section - Natonal membership is not necessary).  Cost of dinner for
student is $15.

For dinner reservations respond to Dr. Aiqi Fang, Dept. of Biology,
68-223, MIT, Camridge MA 02139.  Specify meat, fish or vegan.  Make out
checks to "SIM-New England Section"

Posted by:

Ted C. Crusberg, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Biology &
Biotechnology, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester MA USA  01609
Society for Industrial Microbiology-Treasurer, New England Section
Phone:  508-831-5472    Fax:    508-831-5936

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