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2003

May

2-9 May, Fri-Fri. American Occupational Health Conference. Atlanta, Georgia. Information: SLACK Incorporated, 6900 Grove Road, Thorofare, NJ 08086 USA, 856-848-1000, fax: 856-848-3522, e-mail: bkehler@slackinc.com

5-6 May, Mon-Tue. GeneExpression Systems Presents "RNAi-2003-Boston" Meeting on" RNA Interference Technology in Drug Validation & Development." Waltham, Massachusetts. Information: GeneEpression SystemsTM, Inc. P.O. Box 540170, Waltham, MA 02454 USA Tel: 781-891-8181, Fax: 781-891-8234; e-mail: Genexpsys@aol.com Internet:http://www.expressgenes.com

10-14 May, Sat-Wed. Environmental Mutagen Society 34th Annual Meeting. Miami Beach, Florida. Information: Environmental Mutagen Society, 1767 Business Center Drive, Suite 302, Reston, VA 20190-5332, USA, 703-438-8220, fax: 703-438-3113, e-mail: emshq@aim-hq.org, Internet: www.ems-us.org

12-16 May, Mon-Fri. 22nd International Conference on Incineration and Thermal Treatment Technologies. Orlando, Florida. Information: University of Maryland, Conferences and Visitor Services, 0101 Annapolis Hall, College Park, MD 20742 USA, 301-314-7884, fax: 301-314-6693, e-mail: lpress@accmail.umd.edu, Internet: http://www.it3.umd.edu/web2003/22nd_Annual_ International_Conference.htm

14-15 May, Wed-Thu. Metabolic Profiling: Application to Toxicology and Risk Reduction. An International Conference. Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. Information: Brenda Weis, DERT, NIEHS, PO Box 12233 MD EC 23, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709, 919-541-4964, fax: 919-541-5064, e-mail: weis@niehs.nih.gov, Internet: www.niehs.nih.gov/dert/metabol.htm

14-15 May, Wed-Thu. Recombinant Antibodies. Cambridge, Massachusetts. Information: Cambridge Healthtech Institute, 1037 Chestnut Street, Newton Upper Falls, MA 02464 USA, 617-630-1300, fax: 617-630-1325, e-mail: chi@healthtech.com, Internet: http://www.healthtech.com/2003/rab/index.asp

15-16 May, Thu-Fri. Genomic and Proteomic Sample Preparation. Boston, Massachusetts. Information: Cambridge Healthtech Institute, 1037 Chestnut Street, Newton Upper Falls, MA 02464 USA, 617-630-1300, fax: 617-630-1325, e-mail: chi@healthtech.com, Internet: http://www.healthtech.com/2003/smp/index.asp

18-22 May, Sun-Thu. American Society for Microbiology 103rd General Meeting. Information: American Society for Microbiology, 1752 N Street N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036, 202-942-9356, fax: 202-9420-9340, e-mail: GeneralMeeting@asmusa.org, Internet: http://www.asmusa.org/mtgsrc/generalmeeting.htm

26-28 May, Mon-Wed. 2nd International Symposium on Contaminated Sediments: Characterization, Evolution, Mitigation/Restoration, Monitoring, and Performance. Quebec City, Canada. Information: SETAC Office, 1010 North 12th Avenue, Pensacola, FL 32501-3367 USA, 850-469-1500, fax: 850-469-9778, e-mail: setac@setac.org, Internet: http://www.setac.org/about.html

26-30 May, Mon-Fri. Pediatrics Infectious Diseases. Sarasota, Florida. Information: American Medical Seminars, PO Box 6129, Sarasota, FL 34278 USA, 866-267-4263, fax: 941-365-7073, e-mail: mail@ams4cme.com, Internet: http://www.ams4cme.com/www/brochure/pid.html

27-30 May, Tue-Fri. Proteomics: Present Perspectives and Future Challenges. Glasgow, Scotland. Information: Dr. J. A. Beeley or Prof. P. D. Eckersall, ICES 2003 Congress Secretariat, Centre for Integrated Diagnostic Systems, Thomson Building, University of Glasgow, G12 8QQ, U.K., 44-141-330-2012, fax: 44-141-330-2483, e-mail: proteomics2003@gla.ac.uk, Internet: http://ww.proteinworks.com/bes/conferences.html

28-30 May, Wed-Fri. 2003 AMIA Spring Congress: Bridging the Digital Divide: Informatics and Vulnerable Populations. Washington, D.C. Information: American Medical Informatics Association. 4915 St. Elmo Avenue, Suite 401, Bethesda, MD 20814, 301-657-1291, fax: 301-657-1296, e-mail: dasha@mail.amia.org, Internet: http://www.amia.org/meetings/spring/current/main. …

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