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2002

January

2-6 January, Sun-Thu. Society for Integrative and
Comparative Biology. Anaheim, California. Information:
SICB Business Office, attn: Lori Strong/Sue Burk, 1313
Dolley Madison Boulevard, Suite 402, McLean, VA 22101
USA, 703-790-1745, fax: 703-790-2672, e-mail:
SICB@BurkInc.com, Internet: http://www.sicb.org/

10-13 January, Thu-Sun. 4th International Symposium
on Anti-Angiogenic Agents. Dallas, Texas. Information:
The Center for Biomedical Continuing Education, 8445
Freeport Parkway, Suite 680, Irving, TX 75063 USA,
972-929-1900, fax: 972-929-1901, e-mail: info@
theCBCE.com, Internet: http://www.thecbce.com/
futureprograms.asp

14-15 January, Mon-Tue. Environmental Endocrine
Disrupters Conference. Orlando, Florida. Information:
Barbara Sherman, PACS, 409 Meade Drive, Coraopolis, PA
15108-9616 USA, 724-45-6576, fax: 724-457-1214, e-mail:
HNpacs@aol.com, Internet: http://members.
aol.com/hnpacs/hnpacs/PACS.HTM

21-23 January, Mon-Wed. AMAP Conference &
Workshop: Impacts of POPs & Mercury on Arctic
Environments and Humans. Tromso, Norway. Information:
SETAC Europe Office, Av. de la Toison d'Or 67, B-1060
Brussels, Belgium, +32-2-772-72-81, fax: +32-2-770-53-86,
e-mail: setac@setaceu.org, Internet: http://www.setac.org/
site.html

February

4-8 February, Mon-Fri. Joint International Seminar on
Exposure & Effects Modelling in Environmental
Toxicology: A First Dialogue between Nuclear and Non-nuclear
Environmental Scientists and Managers. Antwerp,
Belgium. Information: SETAC, Av. de la Toison d'Or 67,
B-1060 Brussels, Belgium, +32-2-772-72-81, fax: +32-2-770-53-86,
e-mail: setac@setaceu.org

20-24 February, Wed-Sun. 3rd International Congress on
Autoimmunity. Khartoum, Sudan. Information: Sudan
Chest Association, Sudan Medical Association, Sudan
Doctors Union, Khartoum Nile Avenue, PO Box 1001,
P.C.11111, Khartoum, Sudan, +249-7777617, fax: +249-7788322,
e-mail: scaconf@hotmail.com, Internet:
http://www.kenes.com/autoim2002/

24 February-1 March, Sun-Fri. World Congress of
Gastroenterology 2002. Bangkok, Thailand. Information:
Congrex Holland BV, PO Box 302, 1000 AH
Amsterdam, the Netherlands, +31-20-50-40-204, fax:
+31-20-50-40-225, e-mail: wcog2002@congrex.nl,
Internet: http://www.wcog2002.org/

25 February-1 March, Mon-Fri. Cellular & Molecular
Biology of Cancer. London, England. Information:
Wolfson Conference Centre, Imperial College School of
Medicine, Hammersmith Hospital, Du Cane Road,
London W12 0NN UK +44-0-20-8383-3117/3227/
3245, fax: +44-0-20-8383-2428, e-mail: wcc@ic.ac.uk,
Internet: http://www.med.ic.ac.uk/divisions/cc/wolfson.asp

March

3-7 March, Sun-Thu. International Conference on
Environmental Threats to the Health of Children: Hazards
and Vulnerability. Bangkok, Thailand. Information: N.
Osseiran, +4122-791-4848, e-mail: ceh-conference@
who.int, Internet: http://www.who.int/peh/CEH/

9-12 March, Sat-Tue. Biomolecular Technologies: Tools
for Discovery in Proteomics and Genomica. Austin, Texas.
Information: ABRF Meeting Management, FASEB, Office
of Scientific Meetings, 9650 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, MD
20814 USA, 301-530-7010, fax: 301-530-7014, e-mail:
marcella@faseb.org, Internet: http://www.faseb.org/meetings/
abrf2002/

11-14 March, Mon-Thu. 10th International Congress on
Infectious Disease. Singapore. Information: International
Society for Infectious Diseases, 181 Longwood Avenue,
Boston, MA 02115 USA, 617-277-0551, fax: 617-731-1541,
e-mail: isidbos@aol.com, Internet: http://www.isid.
org/10thicid/index.html

12-14 March, Tue-Thu. Cascade Safety, Health &
Environmental Conference. Eugene, Oregon. Information:
Tia Howell, OR-OSHA, 350 Winter Street NE, Room
430, Salem, OR 97301-3882 USA, 503-378-3272,
e-mail: oregon.conferences@state.or.us, Internet:
http://www.cbs.state.or.us/external/osha/educate/
conferences/confer.htm

13-15 March, Wed-Fri. Urban Transport and the
Environment. … 

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