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Announcement - 1998 Meeting of the Society for Glycobiology

John Lowe johnlowe at UMICH.EDU
Wed Mar 18 16:59:13 EST 1998

Members of the Glycobiology Research Community, and other interested 

First Announcement - 1998 meeting of the Society for Glycobiology

The 1998 meeting of the Society for Glycobiology will be held in Baltimore, 
MD, beginning Wednesday evening, November 11, 1998, through Saturday 
evening, November 14,1998.

The meeting will be hosted at the Renaissance HarborPlace Hotel in downtown 
Baltimore.  The meeting venue is adjacent to the National Aquarium, and to a 
wide variety of restaurants, shops, and historical and nautical attractions 
at Baltimore's scenic inner harbor.

Registration will take place beginning in the afternoon of Wednesday 
November 11, 1998.

The Keynote Address will be given Wednesday evening by Dr. Phillips W. 
Robbins, Ph.D., Professor of Biochemistry at the Center for Cancer Research 
at MIT.  A reception will follow Dr. Robbins' Keynote Address.

Full scientific sessions, poster sessions, and exhibits are scheduled for:

Thursday Nov. 12, 1998 - all day
Friday Nov. 13, 1998 - all day
Saturday Nov. 14, 1998 - all day

A banquet will be held on Friday evening immediately after award ceremonies 
where the Genzyme Award and the Karl Meyer Award will be presented.

Information concerning registration, travel, and hotel accomodations may be 
obtained at the following address:

Conference on Glycobiology
Profession Association Management
1201 Don Diego Avenue
Santa Fe, NM  87505

FAX 505 989-1073

Additional information concerning registration, hotel accomodations, program 
details, and abstract submissions will soon be available on the World Wide 
Web at the Society's new Web page, http://WWW.Glycobiology.ORG

Additional information may also be obtained via Email from Dr. John Lowe, 
the Society's President, by contacting him at: JohnLowe at umich.edu

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