FW: State of the Art Research Training/ Relevant to Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology/Opportunity for Career Development

Charles Miller rellim at tulane.edu
Sun Oct 6 19:13:54 EST 2002


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From: "McClure.Michael" <mcclure at niehs.nih.gov>
Date: Wed, 2 Oct 2002 17:05:50 -0400
To: "McClure.Michael" <mcclure at niehs.nih.gov>
Subject: State of the Art Research Training/ Relevant to Reproductive and
Developmental Toxicology/Opportunity for Career Development


FRONTIERS IN REPRODUCTION RESEARCH

Dear Colleague,

 Frontiers in Reproduction (FIR) is an intensive six-week laboratory and
lecture course for young independent scientists, physicians and advanced
postdoctoral fellows seeking comprehensive and sophisticated training in
research strategies and state-of-the-art methods on cellular, molecular
biological and immunological approaches in reprodcutive sciences research,
including reproductive and early developmental toxicology aspects. The
international faculty of the course are drawn from leading scientists
engaged in
pioneering research in the reproductive sciences. The 2003 course will held
at
the Marine Biological Laboratories in Woods Hole, MA from May 18th - June
29th.
The accompanying Frontiers in Reproduction Sysmposium is scheduled for June
26-28, 2003. The application deadline for the FIR course is January 15th,
2003.
The course is limited to twenty selected participants and scholarships are
available to defray the cost of attending the course.  The course is
supported
by the Burroughs Wellcome Fund , National Institutes of Child Health and
Human
Development, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and other
donors. Additional information is attached to this e-mail.

We would be most grateful if you would distribute the attached information
about
this course to members of your laboratory and other individuals at your
institution whom you feel will benefit from a comprehensive research
training
course of this nature.  This is a significant career development opportunity
for
new investigators of promising potential and we hope you will encourage such
individuals to apply for the 2003 FIR course.

 Application forms and information for Frontiers in Reproduction can be
obtained
on-line or by postal mail at the following addresses:

Admissions Coordinator
7 MBL Street
Woods Hole, MA 02543 (508) 289-7401
E-mail: admissions at mbl.edu <mailto:admissions at mbl.edu>
Website: <http://courses.mbl.edu/FIR>

Sincerely yours,
          Asgi T. Fazleabas, Patricia Hunt and Teresa Woodruff - Course
Directors.
          Jerome Strauss, III,  D. Michael Nelson, and Michael E. McClure-
Board
of Scientific Counselors
 <<FIR Word annoucementRev.doc>>  <<FIR2003bookleta.pdf>>
<<FIR2003bookletb.pdf>>


ANNOUNCING THE SIXTH ANNUAL
FRONTIERS IN REPRODUCTION SUMMER RESEARCH COURSE
MBL, WOODS HOLE, MA
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FRONTIERS IN REPRODUCTION (FIR):
Molecular and Cellular Concepts and Applications
May 18 - June 26, 2003

SUBSTANTIAL SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE TO ACCEPTED SCHOLARS
<<<<<<Applications Due January 15, 2003, see URL below>>>>>>>>>
                  http://courses.mbl.edu/FIR/

Course Directors: Asgi Fasleabas, Ph.D., University of Illinois
at Chicago; Patricia Hunt, Ph.D., Case Western Reserve
University; and Teresa Woodruff, Ph.D., Northwestern University
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and accompanied by:
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THE SIXTH ANNUAL FRONTIERS IN REPRODUCTION SYMPOSIUM
                  ( June 26 -28, 2003)
 
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<><><><>IMPORTANT<><><><><><>
TO APPLY: Download the application form from the MBL web site

Start from  http://courses.mbl.edu/
Click on "Special Topics" in the index table on the left.
Click on "Frontiers in Reproduction."
Open "application" for the form and download it
or
Directly access the FIR homepage at:
http://courses.mbl.edu/FIR/




Michael E. McClure, Ph.D.                                    e-Mail:
mm461n at nih.gov
Chief                                                                    Ph.
919.541.5327
Organs and Systems Toxicology Branch            Fax. 919.541.5064
Division of Extramural Research and Training
Office of Program Development, NIEHS
111 T.W. Alexander Drive, POB 12233, MD-EC-23
Research Triangle Park, NC 27709

Courier Address: 79 T.W. Alexander Drive,Building 4401, RTP, NC 27709



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