New Roles for Librarians/Information Professionals
pbiggs at nimr.mrc.ac.uk
Thu May 4 13:46:20 EST 2000
Join us at a cutting edge ICML 2000 Event!
- step into the future of medical information...
and help to shape it
- why is genetics so important in research today?
- what kind of information do researchers and
clinicians need, other than books and journals?
- what role should librarians play in helping users
access this information?
- what information do patients need about the new genetic
- why is the big debate on gene therapy so important?
To find out, join your colleagues at a special
symposium featuring leaders in the field of genetics.
TITLE: The Impact of Genomics on Health and Healthcare
DATE: 30th June 2000
LOCATION: Wellcome Trust, London, UK
REGISTRATION: see http://www.icml.org/cereg.pdf
for information on how to register (needs Acrobat reader)
PROGRAM: see http://unicorn.sanger.ac.uk/icml/symposium.htm
for a list of speakers and topics
NEED FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE TO COVER REGISTRATION?
please send an e-mail to Wendy Roberts, fwr10 at cus.cam.ac.uk
explaining your need, and we will contact you.
ABOUT ICML: http://www.icml.org
We hope to see you there, to shape the future with us!
Recipients please feel free to forward this message to other colleagues and
appropriate lists. If you do forward to another list, I'd be grateful if
you could e-mail me (pbiggs at nimr.mrc.ac.uk) with list name and e-mail
address, so I can ensure they are included in update mailings.
National Institute for Medical Research
(Medical Research Council)
Tel: 0181 959 3666 ext 2380
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