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lhuber at sc2a.unige.ch lhuber at sc2a.unige.ch
Fri Nov 25 05:40:49 EST 1994


Dear friends,
>>
>>I am the chair of the Organizing Committee for ECBO (European Cell Biology
>>Organization) 1995.
>>
>>The programme for the meeting is printed below.  If you are interested,
>>registration and abstract booklets are available from the Cell Biology
>>Secretariat :
>>
>>        e-mail:  OBERST at EMBL-heidelberg.de
>>
>>To advertise the meeting I would ask you to please send the following
>>letter
>>to your friends in Europe and to Europeans elsewhere. If you want to submit
>>an abstract please note that the deadline is 31.12.94.
>>
>>Thank you,
>>
>>Kai Simons
>>
>>Dear Cell Biologists,
>>
>>Have you heard about the MEETING OF THE YEAR 1995:
>>
>>ECBO 1995 is to be held in Heidelberg, April 5-8.  The programme is
>>impressive
>>(see below):  7000 registration and abstract booklets have been sent out. 
>>Have
>>you received a copy?  If not, ask for one:
>>
>>        E-mail:  Ittensohn at EMBL-Heidelberg.de
>>        or fax:  (49) 6221 387 575.
>>
>>There are only 1200 hotel rooms.   Hurry up with your registration.  First
>>come, first serve!  Abstracts are due 31.12.94.  Special attention will be
>>given to
>>the POSTER SESSIONS.  Send an abstract now.
>>
>>Please send this letter to friends who might be interested in this MEETING.
>>
>>
>>Programme
>>
>>Thursday, 6th April
>>
>>08.30 - 10.00   Plenary Symposium 1
>>        Membrane traffic
>>        Joseph Goldstein, Dallas
>>        James Rothman, New York
>>        Randy Schekman, Berkeley
>>
>>10.30 - 12.00   Plenary Symposium 2
>>        Nuclear organization
>>        Gunter Blobel, New York
>>        Douglass Forbes, La Jolla
>>        Angus Lamond, Heidelberg
>>
>>15.00 - 17.30   Minisymposium 1
>>        Exocytosis and endocytosis
>>        Graham Warren, London
>>        Pierre Cosson, Basel
>>        Rainer Pepperkok, Geneva
>>        Tommy Nilsson, London
>>        Sean Munro, Cambridge
>>        Peter van der Sluijs, Utrecht
>>
>>15.00 - 17.30   Minisymposium 2
>>        Extracellular matrix
>>        Rupert Timpl, Munich
>>        Reinhard Fassler, Munich
>>        Peter Ekblom, Uppsala
>>        Elizabeth Georges-Labouere, Strasbourg
>>
>>15.00 - 17.30   Minisymposium 3 
>>        Biogenesis of Chloroplasts, mitochondria
>>        and peroxisomes
>>        Marten Veenhuis, Haren
>>        W.H. Kunau, Bochum
>>        W. Just, Heidelberg
>>        I.J. van der Klei, Haren
>>        M. Meyer, Amsterdam
>>        C. Robinson, Warwick
>>
>>15.00 - 17.30   Minisymposium 4 
>>        Chromosome structure and function
>>        Susan Gasser, Lausanne
>>        C. David Allis, Syracuse
>>        Bryan M. Turner, Birmingham
>>        Robin Allshire, Edinburgh
>>        Neil Brockdorff, London
>>
>>
>>Friday, 7th April
>>
>>08.30 - 10.00   Plenary Symposium 3
>>        Motors and Movement
>>        Pascale Cossart, Paris
>>        Richard MacIntosh, Boulder
>>        James Spudich, Stanford
>>
>>10.30 - 12.00   Plenary Symposium 4
>>        Cell interactions
>>        Walter Birchmeier, Berlin
>>        Mina Bissell, Berkeley
>>        Schoichiro Tsukita, Kyoto
>>
>>15.00 - 17.30   Minisymposium 5 
>>        Protein folding and degradation
>>        Stefan Jentsch, Heidelberg
>>        F. Ulrich Hartl, New York
>>        Peter Walter, San Francisco
>>        Alex Varshavsky, Pasadena
>>        Martin Scheffner, Heidelberg
>>
>>15.00 - 17.30   Minisymposium 6 
>>        Cell biology of virus infection
>>        Henrik Garoff, Stockholm
>>        Volker Bruss, Gottingen
>>        Urs Greber, New Haven
>>        Hans-Georg Krausslich, Heidelberg
>>        Mark Marsh, London
>>        Jan Wilshut, The Netherlands
>>
>>15.00 - 17.30   Minisymposium 7
>>        Apoptosis
>>        Martin Raff, London
>>        Gerard Evan, London
>>        Hermann Steller, Cambridge
>>        Jean-Claude Martinou, Geneva
>>
>>15.00 - 17.30   Minisymposium 8 
>>        The synapse: organization and function
>>        Jean-Pierre Changeux, Paris
>>        Thomas Sudhof, Texas
>>        Carlos Dotti, Heidelberg
>>
>>Saturday, 8th April
>>
>>08.30 - 10.00   Plenary Symposium 5
>>        Cell Cycle
>>        Marc Kirschner, Boston
>>        Kim Nasmyth, Vienna
>>        Paul Nurse, London
>>
>>10.30 - 12.00   Plenary Symposium 6
>>        Cell biology of development
>>        Helen Blau, Stanford
>>        Manfred Sumper, Regensburg
>>        Eric Wieschaus, Princeton
>>
>>15.00 - 17.30   Minisymposium 9 
>>        Cell biology of antigen presentation
>>        Colin Watt, Dundee
>>        Peter Cresswell, Yale
>>        Antonio Lanzavecchia, Basel
>>
>>15.00 - 17.30   Minisymposium 10
>>        Signal transduction
>>        Sara Courtneidge, Heidelberg
>>        Doreen Cantrell, London
>>        Ernst Hafen, Zurich
>>        Christopher Marshall, London
>>        Wendy Fantl, California
>>
>>15.00 - 17.30   Minisymposium 11
>>        Toxins as cell biological tools
>>        Cesare Montecucco, Padova
>>        K. Sandvig, Oslo
>>        P. De Camilli, Yale
>>        Richard Youle, Bethesda
>>        M. Lazdunski, Nice
>>
>>15.00 - 17.30   Minisymposium 12
>>        Cytoskeletal organization and function
>>        Jesus Avila, Madrid
>>        Uno Lindberg, Stockholm
>>        Eric Karsenti, Heidelberg
>>        Joel Vandekerckhove, Gent
>>
>>
>>
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