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  • International Mammalian Genome Society
    Officers Bylaws History Links Books Here are some great out of print books Biology of the Laboratory Mouse Green The Anatomy of the Laboratory Mouse Cook The Coat Colors of Mice Silvers Origins of Inbred Mice Morse http www emouseatlas

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  • International Mammalian Genome Society
    walk out the front door and enjoy local shops and restaurants Hike to Bar Island and look back at the view of Mt Desert Island At low tide you can walk across the sandbar to Bar Island and look back at the beautiful Mount Desert Island Tide Chart http me usharbors com monthly tides Maine Downeast Bar 20Harbor 2014 10 Try the scenic Bar Harbor walking shorepath From your hotel you can enjoy the path and other sites around town Town map http www barharborinfo com resource d 16783 BHbyFOOT 09 web pdf Keynote Lecture We are pleased to announce that the Keynote lecture will be presented by Jeanne Lawrence PhD Professor and Interim Chair of the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School UMMS Dr Lawrence s work reflects her interdisciplinary background that bridges developmental epigenetics and chromosome regulation with human clinical genetics After receiving an M S in Human Genetic Counseling she became intrigued by fundamental issues of chromosome biology and epigenetics and thus earned her PhD in developmental biology from Brown University in 1982 She has been on the faculty of UMMS since 1985 where in addition to research she has directed medical curriculum in human genetics Dr Lawrence s early work focused on developing approaches for visualizing single genes and nuclear RNAs within individual cells which has become a widely adopted approach to illuminate the structure of the nucleus Her drive to pursue this technology for single gene detection was based on early conviction that the coordinate regulation of the genome during development likely involved cell type specific organization of the genome in a complex nuclear structure She was among the first to show that genes are organized with specific nuclear compartments and has published extensively on compartmentalization of the mammalian cell nucleus showing the cell type specific organization of endogenous genes RNAs and proteins with specific nuclear sub compartments Her lab s then unusual expertise in studying RNAs in nuclear structure was key to the demonstration that the XIST gene encodes a functional non coding RNA that physically paints the interphase inactive X chromosome in female cells At the time this type of non coding chromatin bound RNA was unprecedented By spreading across the chromosome territory XIST RNA induces a host of heterochromatin modifications but Dr Lawrence s driving interest is to understand how this unique RNA binds and restructures the chromosome and how this relates to genome architecture In addition the Lawrence lab has also uncovered several other novel RNAs such as NEAT1 RNA which is an architectural RNA that forms a cytological scale nuclear structure or Cot 1 repeat RNAs that stably associated with active chromosomes Recently Dr Lawrence s lab demonstrated a whole new avenue of significance for fundamental chromosome biology with the translation of the basic epigenetic mechanism of XIST into a new approach to advance translational and therapeutic research for Down syndrome a highly common disorder and a lead cause of cognitive disability in

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  • International Mammalian Genome Society
    border The University of Salamanca which was founded in 1218 is the oldest university in Spain and the third oldest western university but the first to be given its status by the Pope Alexander IV who gave universal validity to its degrees Sightseeing La Plaza Mayor of Baroque style designed by architects Alberto and Nicolás Churriguera is the most important of public spaces and the heart of the city Campo de San Francisco Salamanca First public garden in the city on grounds of the former convent of San Francisco Real Huerto de Calisto y Melibea Salamanca Garden near to the cathedrals where some say lies the plot of the novel La Celestina by Fernando de Rojas Besides it are remains of the Roman Walls Plaza del Corrillo Salamanca Small square adjacent to the Plaza Mayor On the left is the Romanesque church of San Martín and the right a series of houses with porches formed by columns of stone completed in pads representing the days of the week a moon for the Monday a Mars for Tuesday etc Keynote Lecture Paola Bovolenta will present Secreted Frizzled Related Proteins from development to neurodegeneration Paola Bovolenta is Profesor de Investigación at the Cellular Molecular and Developmental Neurobiology Department at the Instituto Cajal part of the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas CSIC the Spanish Nacional Research Council She obtained her PhD degree at the New York University School of Medicine and worked as a postdoctoral fellow at Columbia University s Center for Neurobiology and Behaviour Her research focuses on the cellular and molecular interactions that allow the specification and differentiation of the distinct eye s structures from the unpatterned neural plate and the role of different signalling pathway in the regulation of growth cone movement in the visual system This works aims at

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  • 22nd International Mouse Genome Conference (2008)
    November 2 5 Program and Abstracts Complete PDF 2047 kb Award Winners Photographs PDF by Sections Welcome Table of Contents Agenda General Information 359 kb Student Scholarship Symposium Abstracts 227 kb Plenary and Oral Abstracts 320 kb Poster Abstracts Session 1 Abstracts 299 kb Immunity Infection Epigenetics Comparative Genomics Computational Biology Session 2 Abstracts 446 kb Modeling Disease Session 3 Abstracts 272 kb Development Cancer Biology Evolution Aging Mutagenesis Neuroscience

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  • 22nd International Mouse Genome Conference (2008)
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  • 21st International Mouse Genome Conference (2007)
    Sections Welcome Table of Contents Agenda General Information 167 kb Verne Chapman Memorial Lecture Plenary Talk RIKEN Symposium Abstracts 45 kb Student Satellite Symposium Abstracts 44 kb Oral Abstracts Comparative Genomics Computational Biology Abstracts 35 kb Rat and Other Genomes Abstracts 34 kb Mutagenesis Abstracts 33 kb Neuroscience Behavior Abstracts 31 kb Development Cancer Biology Aging Abstracts 33 kb Modeling Disease and Complex Traits I and II Abstracts 41 kb

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  • 21th International Mouse Genome Conference (2007)
    the Verne Chapman Young Scientist Award which is given to the most outstanding oral presentation from a postdoctoral fellow or student This is a monetary award of 500 that reflects Dr Chapman s dedication to mentoring junior scientists Verne Chapman Young Scientist Award went to Angela Lee Western General Hospital Edinburgh Scotland 2007 Awards Posters Nature Morag Lewis Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute Science Juzoh Omemori MGRL Natl Inst Genet Nature

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  • 20th International Mouse Genome Conference (2006)
    kb Plenary Speakers Abstracts 244 kb Oral Abstracts Comparative Sequence Analysis 223 kb Rat and Other Genomes 207 kb Neuroscience Behavior 206 kb Immunity and Infection 216 kb Modeling Disease by Genome Manipulation Mutagenesis 209 kb Development Aging 207 kb Bioinformatics 198 kb Modeling Disease by Natural Variation Complex Traits 210 kb Modeling Human Disease 159 kb Poster Abstracts Comparative Sequence Analysis Posters P1 P14 498 kb Neuroscience Behavior Posters

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