NATO ASI in Molecular Microbiology
N.L.Brown at bham.ac.uk
Fri Nov 15 20:24:28 EST 1996
NATO Advanced Study Institute on Molecular Microbiology
University of Birmingham,
Birmingham, B15 2TT
April 7th - April 17th, 1997
This is a tutorial-type conference organised by Profs Nigel Brown, Chris
Thomas and Steve Busby. The course is especially aimed at PhD students and
postdocs working in (or about to start work in) this exciting area. The
meeting is open to participants of all countries (especially NATO
countries) and the number of participants will be limited to approx. 90.
The course will include lectures, oral and poster presentations, tutorials
and workshops. It is hoped that most participants will present posters of
their work and that some participants will give short informal 15 minute
talks about their research area.
Lecturers include: R. Kolter (USA), J. Guest (UK), K. Taylor (Poland), P.
Sharp (UK), N. Craig (USA), C. Thomas (UK), C. Gross (USA), S. Busby (UK),
V. Stewart (USA), N. Brown (UK), M. Tuite (UK), G. Stewart (UK), A.
Pugsley (France), C. Higgins (UK), J. Errington (UK), P. Cossart (France),
J. Davies (Canada)
*** For provisional programme see:
COST: Participants' board and lodging at Chamberlain Hall, University of
Birmingham, during the course will be covered by NATO. Participants will
be expected to find their own travel expenses, although a small amount of
funding may be available for travel in cases of very special need.
APPLICATIONS: A brief curriculum vitae and a covering letter should be
sent before 31st December 1996 to Dr Georgina Lloyd, ASI Tutor for
Admissions, School of Biochemistry, University of Birmingham, Birmingham
B15 2TT, England (fax: 121-414-7366, e-mail: G.S.LLOYD at BHAM.AC.UK). The
letter should indicate if the applicant is willing to present a poster
and/or contribute a 15 minute talk (and give provisional titles as
appropriate). Further enquiries should be directed to Dr Lloyd or Steve
Busby (S.J.W.BUSBY at BHAM.AC.UK), preferably by e-mail.
Nigel L. Brown Email: N.L.Brown at bham.ac.uk
School of Biological Sciences Tel: (+44) 121-414-5465
The University of Birmingham Fax: (+44) 121-414-5907
Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK
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