ISAN satellite, Workshop on Imidazoline Receptors
Ian.Musgrave at med.monash.edu.au
Fri Mar 14 01:36:39 EST 1997
International Workshop on Imidazoline Receptors
Novotel Bayside, Melbourne, Australia
Wednesday, September 10, 1997
Official Satellite meeting to the International
Society of Autonomic Neurosciences 1997.
Researchers interested in the enigmatic imidazoline
receptor family are invited to participate in a workshop
on this rapidly developing field. The workshop will
consist of invited talks and free communications followed
by intensive discussion sessions.
The workshop will be organized around a number of specific questions
that will probe the frontiers of imidazoline receptor research.
Themes will include:
* The future impact of molecular biology
Prospects for cloning
Lessons from the I2-receptor
* Novel structures
Functional assays, beyond blood pressure
* New Clinical Directions
Discussion leaders will include Pascal Bousquest, Don Reis,
Paul Ernsberger and John Piletz.
The closing date for registration is 30 May, 1997.
Registration is free for ISAN registrants and students, and $30 for people who have
not registered for ISAN. There is a catering fee of $30 (normal registrants)
or $15 (Students with certification of student status). This includes morning
and afternoon tea and buffet lunch. The conference dinner is an extra $60.
For further information and registration forms please contact:
Geoff Head, Institute, P.O. Box 348 Commercial
Road Prahran, Victoria, Australia,
Fax: (+61) 03 9521 1362; Phone: (+61) 03 9522 4333
EMAIL: Geoff.Head at Baker.edu.au
or see our homepage at
The local organising committee, Geoff Head, Ian Musgrave,
Andrew Gundlach and Murray Esler look forward to welcoming
you to Melbourne for an exiting meeting.
Ian Musgrave Ph.D, Prince Henry's Institute of Medical Research
PO Box 5152, Clayton 3168, Australia.
Phone +61 3 550 4286 FAX +61 3 550 6125
Lab: Ian.Musgrave at med.monash.edu.au <http://www.mmcc.monash.edu.au/~ian-mu/nchem.htm>
Private: Reynella at werple.mira.net.au <http://werple.mira.net.au/~reynella/>
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