BARRY G. HALL
BHALL at BGH.BIOLOGY.ROCHESTER.EDU
Wed Feb 9 13:09:48 EST 1994
The announcement below was sent to all members of the Society for Molecular
Biology and Evolution in the states of New York, Massachusetts, Connecticut,
western Pennsylvania, northern Ohio, eastern Michigan, and in the province of
Ontario. If you OR SOMEONE IN YOUR LAB GROUP is a member please send in the
registration form that was included with the announcement. If not, please
contact me by E-mail to request a registration form.
Announcement and Call for Papers
Eastern Great Lakes
Molecular Evolution Meeting
May 7, 1994
The University of Rochester
Barry G. Hall (University of Rochester) and Shozo Yokoyama (Syracuse
9:00 Morning Session of Invited Talks
Caro-Beth Stewart, S.U.N.Y. Albany, "Adaptive evolution of digestive
enzymes in mammals"
David Irwin, University of Toronto, "Molecular evolution of the ruminant
lysozyme gene family"
Brian Golding and R.S.Gupta, McMaster University "Protein Based Phylogenies
support a chimeric origin for eukaryotic cells".
Tom Eickbush, University of Rochester, "How to be selfish and successful by
finding the right niche: the R1 and R2 story."
Linda Strausbaugh, University of Connecticut, "Wondering about Histones and
wandering into Heterochromatin"
1:30 Afternoon Session of short talks.
Up o three concurent sessions.
Posters will be available for viewing during this session.
4:30 Poster session and auction of donated books.
Refreshments will be provided upon arrival in the morning , at morning and
afternoon breaks, and finger food will be provided during the poster session.
No registration fee is required, but we ask that you complete the attached
registration form and return it by no later than March 1, 1994 in order that we
might plan adequate space and refreshments for this meeting. Those who register
will receive additional information including maps, a guide to motels,
and a complete program.
PLEASE NOTE THAT MY NEW E-MAIL ADDRESS IS BHALL at BGH.BIOLOGY.ROCHESTER.EDU
Barry G. Hall PHONE: (716) 275-0721
Biology Department FAX: (716) 275-2070
University of Rochester
Rochester, NY 14627
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