First Fungal Genome Workshop - First Announcement
Rolf A. Prade
prade at okway.okstate.edu
Tue May 7 06:54:13 EST 1996
First Fungal Genome Workshop
August 19 and 20 1996
Stillwater, OK USA
The First Fungal Genome Workshop will highlight current research
in biology, biotechnology and genome sciences as they are applied
to filamentous fungi. The goal is to demonstrate the urgent need
of large-scale DNA sequencing in the complex integration process
of fundamental research with biotechnology and industry. The
workshop will bring together investigators from academia and
industry and the discussions will focus on genome technology
applied to filamentous fungi.
Beginning May 20 visit:
for detailed and updated information
T. Adams (Texas A&M University, USA); M. Adams (The Institute for
Genomic Research, TIGR, USA); J. Arnold (University of Georgia,
USA); A. Clutterbuck (University of Glasgow, UK); N. Dunn-Coleman
( Genencor International, Inc., USA ); M. Goeden ( University of
Wisconsin, USA); J. Hamer, (Purdue University, USA); C. van den
Hondel (TNO, NL); M. Johnston (Washington University, USA); K.
Kochut (University of Georgia, USA); M. Penalva (CSIC, SP); R. Prade
(Organizer - Oklahoma State University, USA); G. Selten ( Gist-
Brocades, NL); M. Rey (Novo Nordisk Biotech, USA) B. Roe (University
of Oklahoma, US); C. Scazzochio (Universite de Paris-Sud, FR); G.
Turner (University of Sheffield, UK).
There is time available for short presentations ( 10 min. ).
Interested persons are requested to submit a 1 page abstract of
their proposed presentation along with a short resume. All
requests must be received no later than July 30, 1996. A
committee will review all requests and grantees notified by August
5, 1996. The decision by the review committee will be final.
Exhibits & Sponsorship:
A limited amount of space is available for exhibiting. If you
are interested in exhibiting advertising in the conference
documentation or sponsoring a lunch, coffee break or cocktail
reception, please call Darlene Brooks at (405) 744 8462.
Application forms, complete and updated workshop program,
deadlines and further information can be obtained by addressing
one of the following options:
Web Site, http://www.okstate.edu/artsci/micro/ffgw/ffgw.htm;
e-mail, dbrooks at okway.okstate.edu;
FAX (405) 744 6992.
Coordinator, Extension Programs
Arts & Sciences Extension
Oklahoma State University
Stillwater, OK 74078. USA.
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