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                HUM-MOLGEN      ANNOuncements 10/95
This ANNOUNCEMENTS message contains 4 submessages
1) Marsha Ryan,         45th ANNUAL MEETING of
   Meetings Manager     The American Society of Human Genetics
2) M. Kuiper            Gene therapy conference
3) Peter Ott            23rd FEBS-Meeting; August 13 - 18, 1995;
4) Paul Goldberg        Call for Papers (Computational Biology)
1) From: Marsha Ryan, Meetings Manager
Subject: 45th ANNUAL MEETING of The American Society of Human Genetics
The American Society of Human Genetics
October 24-28, 1995  Minneapolis, Minnesota
Preliminary plans include sessions in the following topics:
 Maternal Serum Screening: Issues in Clinical Practice
 Modern Human Origins: Perspectives from Y Chromosomal,
 Mitochondrial and Autosomal DNA Studies
 Genetic Disorders of Host Defenses
 Analysis of Genetic Services: Outcomes Research and
 Cell Cycle Genes and Cancer
 DNA Forensics
 PCR 10 Years Later: Approaching the Inconceivable
 User Friendly Computer Access to Genetics Information
 Effect of Genetic Disease on Reproduction and Pregnancy
 Role of Fibroblast Growth Factor and Its Receptors in
 Human Morphogenesis
 Neural Tube Defects: New Insights into an Old Problem
 Clinical Application of FISH: Are There Diagnostic Standards?
 Genetic Testing in Children and Adolescents: Ethical,
 Legal and Social Issues
 Genetics of Alcoholism
 Quantitative Analysis of Complex Genetic Traits
 Update on the Genome Project
 Human Development and Genetic Disease
 Treatment of Genetic Disease
The official Call for Abstracts will be mailed to all
members of the Society in March and is available to
nonmembers on request.
Marsha Ryan, Meetings Manager
The American Society of Human Genetics
9650 Rockville Pike
Bethesda, Maryland 20814-3998
Telephone: (301) 571-1825
Fax:       (301) 530-7079
2) From: M. Kuiper  <mkuiper%HGMP.MRC.AC.UK at KSUVM.KSU.EDU>
Subject: Gene therapy conference
     First announcement and call for abstracts
     A meeting dedicated to gene therapy of cancer, one of the most exciting
     developments in the management of malignant disease.  The conference will
     focus on the latest developments in cancer gene therapy with plenary
     sessions on gene delivery systems, including tissue specific and
     targetable vectors; tumour immunology, including tumour cell antigens,
     antigen presentation, immune modulators, tolerance, and immune
     suppression;  therapeutic strategies and clinical applications, including
     the use of immune modulators, allo-antigens, antigen-specific procedures,
     adoptive immunotherapy, pro-drug activation, anti-sense strategies,
     ribozymes, and gene replacement.
     Numbers limited - early registration is recommended
     Deadline for the submission of Abstracts : 14 August 1995.  A limited
     number of bursaries may be available for young clinicians and scientists
     presenting original work.  To request a bursary, you should forward your
     full CV and details of the work you wish to present.
     For further information contact the Conference Secretariat, European
     Conference on Gene Therapy of Cancer, Department of Molecular Medicine,
     King's College School of Medicine and Dentistry, Rayne Institute, 123
     Coldharbour Lane, London SE5 9NU, UK.
     Tel: 0171 346 3126    Fax: 0171 733 3877.
3) From: Peter Ott <ott at>
Subject: 23rd FEBS-Meeting; August 13 - 18, 1995; Basel/Switzerland
The 23rd Meeting of FEBS (Federation of European Biochemical Societies) will
be held in Basel/Switzerland from August 13 to 18; 1995.
The Second Announcement with detailled programme information and
registration forms has just been released and can be obtained from:
Convention Center Basel
Messeplatz 21
CH-4021 Basel/Switzerland
Phone: +41 61 686 28 28
Fax:   +41 61 686 21 85
or at URL
This web-site provides you with the full information of the Second
Announcement, including the forms for registration and hotel reservation
(but not the abstract form) and will be updated regularly.
Peter Ott
* Peter Ott, Ph. D.
* Institute for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
* University of Berne, Buehlstrasse 28, CH-3012 Bern, Switzerland
* Phone: +41 31 631 41 16, Fax: +41 31 631 37 37
* Internet: ott at
4) From: Paul Goldberg <goldberg at>
Subject: Call for Papers (Computational Biology)
Call for papers (computational biology):
           Announcing a Special Issue on
          Computational Molecular Biology
Guest Editors: Sorin Istrail, Pavel Pevzner, Ron Shamir
Submission Deadline: May 31, 1995
Manuscripts are solicited for a special issue of
the development of new combinatorial and algorithmic
techniques in computational molecular biology.
With this announcement "Discrete Applied Mathematics"
starts a series of special issues devoted to
computational biology. This series will publish papers
on the mathematical and algorithmic foundations of
the inherently discrete aspects of computational biology.
The traditional partnership of mathematics and physics
has advanced and enriched both disciplines. In a similar
partnership, mathematics and algorithms are becoming
crucial tools in the rapid advancement of molecular biology.
At the same time, the computational challenges of these
biological disciplines raise exciting new problems in
discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science.
To paraphrase Stan Ulam, those challenges reflect
"not only what mathematics can do for biology but what
biology can do for mathematics."
The following is a (nonexhaustive) list of possible
topics of interest for the special issue:
        - DNA mapping
        - DNA sequencing
        - DNA/protein sequence comparison
        - molecular evolution
        - RNA/protein structure
        - gene/motif recognition
Seven (7) copies of complete manuscripts should be sent to
any of the Guest Editors indicated below by May 31, 1995.
We expect the Special Issue to appear in the Fall 1996.
Manuscripts must be prepared according to the normal
submission requirements of Discrete Applied Mathematics,
as described in each issue of the journal.  The Guest Editors
will make every possible effort to assure the timely completion
of a thorough refereeing process.
The Guest Editors are:
  Sorin Istrail
  Sandia National Laboratories
  Algorithms and Discrete Mathematics Department
  MS 1110
  Albuquerque, NM 87185-1110
  scistra at
  Pavel Pevzner
  Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering
  The Pennsylvania State University
  University Park, PA 16802
  pevzner at
  Ron Shamir
  Dept. of Computer Science
  Tel Aviv University
  Tel Aviv 69978
  shamir at
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