MS CONFERENCE Reg. Deadline May 15

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>  ***********************************
>                ADVANCES
>             
>                 IN THE
>   
>        DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT
>       
>                   OF
>    
>          MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
>   *********************************
>   
>             **************
>           *JUNE 19-20, 1995*
>            The Charles Hotel
>        Cambridge, Massachusetts
>         **********************
>              sponsored by
>   
>              NATIONAL
>              MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS
>              SOCIETY
>          (Massachusetts Chapter)
>   
>   International Research Communications
>   
>    >>REGISTRATION DEADLINE  MAY 15, 1995<<
> 
>   _________________________________________
>   The exponential growth in our knowledge
>   of multiple sclerosis has led to exciting 
>   new diagnostic and treatment
>   methodologies.  This program brings
>   together the most prominent scientists
>   from both clinical and basic research set-
>   tings to discuss current progress in the
>   diagnosis and treatment of multiple
>   sclerosis.  Topics covered at this conference
>   will provide a comprehensive survey of 
>   specific laboratory and clinical issues
>   within the context of four broad sessions;
>   novel diagnostic procedures, experimental
>   animal models, leukocyte trafficking and 
>   specific treatments.
>   
>   This conference will be of interest to re-
>   searchers and physicians involved in the 
>   study of multiple sclerosis, autoimmune 
>   diseases and other neuroimmunological
>   disorders.  The program is designed to
>   encourage interaction between clinicians
>   and basic researchers.  The laboratory re-
>   search and clinical findings presented at this
>   conference will help to form the basis for 
>   new diagnostic and treatment strategies 
>   into the next century.
>   _________________________________________
>   
>   *****************************************
>   KEYNOTE ADDRESS
>   Dr. Abul K. Abbas, Harvard Medical School
>   
>   DIAGNOSIS AND COURSE OF MS
>   Dr. John F. Kurtzke, VAMC, Washington DC (chair)
>   Dr. William A. Sibley, University of Arizona
>   Dr. Gary Birnbaum, University of Minnesota
>   Dr. Donald W. Paty, University of British Columbia
>   
>   EXPERIMENTAL MODELS OF MS
>   Dr. Stephen D. Miller, Cleveland Clinic Foundation (chair)
>   Dr. William J. Karpus, Northwestern University
>   Dr. Vijay Kuchroo, Harvard Medical School
>   Dr. Arthur A. Vandenbark, VAMC, Portland, Oregon
>   Dr. Caroline Whitacre, Ohio State University
>   
>   LEUKOCYTE TRAFFICKING IN MS AND EAE
>   Dr. Richard M. Ransohoff, Cleveland Clinic Foundation (chair)
>   Dr. Bruce D. Trapp, Cleveland Clinic Foundation
>   Dr. William F. Hickey, Dartmouth Medical School
>   Dr. Mariano Elices, Cytel Corporation
>   Dr. Donald E. Staunton, ICOS Corporation
>   
>   SPECIFIC TREATMENTS FOR MS
>   Dr. Anthony T. Reder, University of Chicago (chair)
>   Dr. Robert Knobler, Thomas Jefferson University
>   Dr. Jeffrey A. Cohen, Cleveland Clinic Foundation
>   Dr. John H. Noseworthy, Mayo Clinic
>   Dr. Howard L. Weiner, Harvard Medical School
>   
>   *********************************************
>   For more information about the conference
>   and how to register, please call International
>   Research Communications at (617) 489-0443
>   or (800) 495-1073 or send E-mail to 
>                  
>                  IRC at iii.net
> 
> 
>      >>REGISTRATION DEADLINE MAY 15, 1995<<
> 




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