Zebrafish Program at EB 2001!! Abstracts due November 6,=
Stephen J. Moorman
sjm8 at cwru.edu
Mon Oct 30 11:19:06 EST 2000
I wanted to remind everyone that there are 4 zebrafish mini-
symposia and 1 zebrafish symposium scheduled for EB-2001
sponsored by the American Association of Anatomists.
The abstract deadline for the AAA Annual Meeting/EB 2000 is
Monday, Nov. 6th. All abstracts must be submitted online at:
Under =B3Information About My Abstract,=B2 be sure to choose either
AAA as the =B3Society to which you or your sponsor belong.=B2 Then
select one of the Zebrafish topics:
7011-AAA Zebrafish: Cell Signaling
7012-AAA Zebrafish: Developmental Neurobiology
7013-AAA Zebrafish: Early Development
7014-AAA Zebrafish: Sensory Systems
If your abstract doesn't fit in one of these categories, I would
encourage you to submit anyway. Select the category that is the
'best' fit or select one at random. We will sort all of the submitted
abstracts into additional categories as needed.
AAA MEMBERSHIP REMINDER
Here=B9s how to save money on AAA membership and EB
registration: In the online AAA Membership Application
(www.anatomy.org/anatomy/nmember.htm), under =B3Topical
Interests & Research Areas,=B2 insert =B3Zebrafish=B2 at the end of the li=
under =B3Other.=B2 Submit by November 6, 2000, and you=B9ll be charged
just $95 for your 2001 membership, including the journal of your
choice. Then register for EB 2001 at the member rate.
Go to http://www.anatomy.org/anatomy/nstudaward.htm to apply
-- AAA's Young Faculty Participation Award of $500
-- AAA student awards, including the $250 Student Travel Award
For these awards, you must submit your abstract FIRST, then
follow the instructions on the award application. November 6, 2000
Abstracts Due November 13, 2000
AAA Award Applications Due February 5, 2001
Advance Registration Deadline February 21, 2001
Hotel Reservation Deadline The full AAA program is at
Call AAA ASAP (301-571-8314) if you have any questions or need
assistance in submitting your abstract.
Thanks! And see you in Orlando.
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