Boston/New England Area Zebrafish Meeting

Iain Drummond idrummon at receptor.mgh.harvard.edu
Fri Feb 8 17:40:20 EST 2002


Boston/New England Area Zebrafish Meeting
Friday March 1, 2002
3:00 - 6:00 p.m.

"Zebrafish Genomics: Genetic and Chemical Screens for Gene 
Function."

Whitehead Institute
Auditorium, first floor 
Nine Cambridge Center 
Cambridge, MA 02142-1479

Speakers:

Elizabeth Wiellette 
Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research
"Isolation of Brain Development Mutants Using a Haploid Screen of
Insertional Mutants."

Len Zon
Howard Hughes Medical Institute / Children's Hospital
"Genomics Update: Tools for Studying the Zebrafish Genome."

- Break - 

Randy Peterson
Cardiovascular Research Center / Massachusetts General Hospital
"Discovery and Use of Small Molecules for Probing Biological 
Processes."

Joanne Chan
Department of Cancer Biology / Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
"Dissection of Angiogenic Signaling in Zebrafish Using a Chemical
Genetic Approach."

Request for lab information in the form of a powerpoint slide:

As a way of re-introducing the labs studying zebrafish in the 
Boston/New England area, each lab is invited to submit one 
powerpoint title slide with the 1) lab name, 2) area of research 
interest, and 3) (most important) something that is fun to look at 
and relevant to your work. These slides will be compiled into a 
presentation and projected continuously prior to the talks and 
during the break. The intent here is to keep the local zebrafish 
community informed as to the diversity and range of research 
projects our work represents. Send powerpoint slides as email 
attachments to idrummon at receptor.mgh.harvard.edu.  

The Boston/New England Area Zebrafish Meeting is sponsored by:

The Invitrogen Corporation

The Qiagen Corporation

For additional information contact:

Iain Drummond
Renal Unit / CNY 8000
Massachusetts General Hospital
149 13th Street
Charlestown, MA 02129

Email: idrummon at receptor.mgh.harvard.edu
Telephone: (617) 726-5647
Fax: (617) 726-5669





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