FW: 2002 e.hormone conference summary nn-line

Charles Miller rellim at tulane.edu
Thu Oct 24 13:28:28 EST 2002

From: Wendy Hessler <w.hessler at COX.NET>
Date: Thu, 24 Oct 2002 11:22:55 -0500
To: EEOH-05 <w.hessler at COX.NET>, EEOH-06 <w.hessler at COX.NET>, EEOH-07
<w.hessler at COX.NET>, EEOH-08 <w.hessler at COX.NET>
Subject: 2002 e.hormone Summary On-line

EEOH e-mail update subscribers:

New research in a variety of fields was presented at last week's e.hormone
2002 conference. Speakers stressed signaling and communication and weaved
these crucial concepts through their presentations whether they were
discussing cells, organisms, or ecosystems. Highlights include: many novel
cellular mechanisms and pathways of action (including thyroid hormone
receptors in the cytoplasm and several examples of complex cascading
pathways); examples of ecological-scale disruption in coral; banana
plantations; and fish, frogs, and amphibian populations; and new cell lines
and other systems for studying endocrine disruption.

       Session summaries from the 2002 e.hormone conference
               held October 17-19, 2002, are now on-line at


Looking ahead:  

      E.HORMONE 2003 - OCTOBER 2003
      Program and registration information at

Wendy Hessler
EEOH Web Site Manager


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