Cell Death Gordon Conference

LOCKSHIN, RICHARD A YPRLBIO at SJUMUSIC.STJOHNS.EDU
Wed Mar 22 01:27:06 EST 1995


First Gordon Conference on Cell Death
Colby-Sawyer North, Lebanon NH   July 2-7, 1995

The first Gordon Conference on Cell Death will take place
in the pleasant New England town of Lebanon, New Hampshire
over the period including the Fourth of July. The
conference will have a general theme on intercellular
signaling and will be distinguished by drawing together
major theorists from the fields of neurology and
immunology.  The meeting is chaired by Richard Lockshin.
The organizing committee consists of Zahra Zakeri, Martin
Tenniswood, Barbara Osborne and Andrew Wyllie.  Meeting
structure typically includes sessions with three or four
invited speakers as well as contributed poster sessions.
Meeting attendance is restricted to 120.  Session titles
and chairs of sessions are listed below.  Request
application forms or further information from:  Gordon
Research Conferences, U. Rhode Island, PO Box 984, West
Kingston RI 02892-0984.  Email grc at grcmail.grc.uri.edu;
WWW:  http://hackberry.chem.niu.edu: 70/0/webpage.html
Gopher:  hackberry.chem. niu.edu port 70; anonymous ftp:
hackberry.chem.niu.edu (pub. conferences dir).  Phone:
(401) 783-4011/3372; Fax:  (401) 783-7644.


1.  Introduction. Parameters of cell death Sun  July 2, PM
RICHARD LOCKSHIN St. Johns Univ History and General
Principles and Goals of the Conference		
ANDREW WYLLIE U. Edinburgh School of Med Apoptosis:
Principles and Questions

2.  Genetic and Developmental Mechanisms I Mon  July 3, AM
H. ROBERT HORVITZ MIT Genetic control of programmed cell
death in C. elegans		
Nancy Bonini Univ. of Pennsylvania Control of cell survival
in the developing Drosophila eye		
Hermann Steller Howard Hughes Medical Institute Control of
Apoptosis in Drosophila		
Jamshed R. Tata Medical Research Council Hormonal control of
programmed cell death during amphibian metamorphosis	
	
3.  Genetic and Developmental Mechanisms II  Mon, July 3, PM
ZAHRA ZAKERI Grad. Center & Queens Coll of  CUNY  Regulation
of cell death in mammalian embryogenesis
P. K. Donahoe Mass General Hospital Cell death in the
Mullerian Duct
Richard Lang New York University Medical Center
JunYing Yuan Mass Inst. of Technology  The ICE family of genes
and mammalian programmed cell death.

4.  Mechanisms of Cell Death in the CNS Tue July 4, AM
RONALD W. OPPENHEIM Bowman-Gray School of Medicine
Dale E Bredesen La Jolla Cancer Res. Foundation
Martin Chalfie Columbia University
James Truman Univ. Washington

5.  Mechanisms of Cell Death in the Immune System
Tue July 4, PM
BARBARA OSBORNE U. Mass Genetic Regulation of
Apoptosis in the Mouse
Arnold Greenberg Univ. Manitoba
Shigekazu Nagata Osaka Bioscience Inst.

6.  Regulation of Cell Death  Wed, July 5 AM
ANDREW WYLLIE U. Edinburgh School of Med
R. Chris Bleackley Univ. of Alberta Involvement of
proteinases in the induction of apoptosis by cytotoxic
T lymphocytes
Christoph Borner Univ. Fribourg Bcl-2:  The magic survival
factor
Douglas Green La Jolla Inst. for Allergy and Immunology
Richard Smeyne Hoffman La Roche

7.  Signal Transduction Wed July 5, PM
AVIVA TOLKOVSKY Univ. of Cambridge
Richard Kolesnik Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
Vishva Dixit U. Michigan Medical School Identification of
Components of the Fas Induced Death Pathway
Gerard Evan Imperial Cancer Research Foundation

8  Intracellular controls and metabolic signaling
Thu July 6, AM
MARTIN TENNISWOOD W. Alton Jones Cell Science Center, Inc
Peter Davies Univ. Texas Medical School Retinoid-regulated
apoptosis in myeloid cells
Yuri Lazebnik Cold Spring Harbor Labs
Jonathan Tilly The Johns Hopkins University Intraellular
Effectors of the Ovarian Cell Death Pathway		

9.  Pathways of Cell Death Thu July 6, PM
MARIANNA SIKORSKA National Research Council Canada
J. Cidlowski Nat. Inst. Env. Health Sci (NIEHS)
Conserved Effectors in the Apoptotic Response
Mauro Piacentini Univ. of Rome "Tor Vergata"

10.  Cell death based therapies Fri  July 7, AM
L. DAVID TOMEI LXR Biotechnologies, Inc
Richard Heyman Ligand Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Luc Montagnier Departiment SIDA et Retrovirus
Terri Finkel National Jewish Center
Charles Alton Morgan Receptagen Corporation
J-L Ameisen, Inst. Pasteur Lille





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