2005 Experimental Biology Meeting
A socializer for regular and emeritus members is
planned for the AACBNC at EB '2005 in San Diego on
Saturday, April 2.  The socializer will be held from
5:30-7:30 pm in the Cardiff Room at the San Diego
Marriott Hotel and Marina.  The Socializer will be
sponsored by The Anatomical Record, a Wiley-Liss
publication.  Members are encouraged to bring their
spouse or a guest.

The dates of EB '2005 are Saturday, April 2 -
Wednesday, April 6, 2005.  It overlaps with the 35th
Congress of the International Union of Physiological
Sciences (IUPS) that runs from March 31 - April 5,
2005.  The deadline for Abstract submissions is
Wednesday, November 3, 2004.  Further details
regarding the meeting can be found at a number of
Websites.  See our Links page.
KEYNOTE ADDRESS

for the American Association of Anatomists at EB '2005
Supported by JEOL USA, Inc. through the AACBNC
Organized by Steven R. Goodman, Ph.D.
President-Elect, AACBNC

Betty Pace, M.D.
The University of Texas at Dallas
Sunday, April 3; 6:00 -7:00 pm
Room 22 Convention Center

"Sickle Cell Disease: The Promising Path to a Universal
Cure"
Chairpersons' Symposium

for the American Association of Anatomists at EB '2005
Organized by James R. West, Ph.D.
President of the AACBNC

"Dissecting the Biological Clock"
Sunday April 3, 2005
10:30AM to 12:30PM
room 24C, Convention Center

Chair: James R. West
The Texas A & M University System Health Science Center

Vincent Cassone
The Texas A & M University System Health Science Center
Functional Genomics of the Avian Circadian Clock

David Earnest
The Texas A & M University System Health Science Center
Developmental Alcohol and the Regulation of Circadian
Rhythms

David Weaver
University of Massachusetts Medical School
Molecular Basis of Mammalian Circadian Rhythms

Louis Ptacek
University of California, San Francisco
A Human Genetic Approach to Circadian Behavior
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