|CCL 05.11.01 3rd Annual Nucleic Acid World Summit, Boston, MA|
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Date: Sat Oct 22 16:24:20 2005
Subject: 05.11.01 3rd Annual Nucleic Acid World Summit, Boston, MA
3rd Annual Nucleic Acid World Summit, Boston, MA November 1 to 2, 2005 Hyatt Regency Cambridge - Cambridge, MA http://www.srinstitute.com Strategic Research Institutes NAWS 2005 now in its 3rd year, follows the success of the Fall 2004 Boston meeting. The progress in the RNAi industry has continued to evolve over the past several years. We witnessed a launch of RNAi related products beginning with siRNA being one of the hottest in the field several years back. Back in 2003, Strategic Research Institute organized its first conference on RNAi resulting in a Spring conference called siRNA in Drug Discovery & Development which resulted in one of the best-attended conferences of the year in the RNAi field with well over 250+ delegates. Later that year, a broader event was organized called Nucleic Acid World Summit (NAWS) focused not only on just siRNA/RNAi but also on other related oligonucleotides in drug discovery & development. Over the past several years we have seen some collaborations as well as mergers and acquisitions. The RNAi field has now emerged once again. This time miRNA has been the hottest topic the past year. MicroRNA, or miRNA was considered unimportant about a decade ago not until recently where the industry has started to focus beginning with a lot of scientific papers just been published. Join us in November 2005 in Boston and here the latest research and technologies in the area of RNAi and other related oligonucleotides. The conference will highlight various topics such as miRNA, siRNA, shRNA and other related RNAi/oligonucleotide target identification/validation, in vivo/in vitro, high content screening, microarrays, drug delivery, Q-PCR, etc. Nucleic Acid World Summit 2005 (NAWS 2005) Organized into 2 Concurrent Tracks: Track #1 Modulating & Monitoring Gene Expression Track #2 Therapeutic Modalities Featured Presentations By: Inder Verma, Ph.D. Professor of Molecular Biology, Laboratory of Genetic THE SALK INSTITUTE Frank Slack Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology YALE UNIVERSITY Scott Hammond Assistant Professor, Department of Cell and Developmental Biology UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA Vivek Mittal, Ph.D. Assistant Professor COLD SPRING HARBOR LABORATORY Narry Kim, D.Phil. Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences SEOUL NATIONAL UNIVERSITY Dorre Grueneberg, Ph.D. Lecturer on Biological Chemistry and Molecular Pharmacology HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL For more information, please contact the organizer Glenn Pascual at gpascual*_*srinstitute.comNOTE THAT E-MAIL ADDRESSES HAVE BEEN MODIFIED!!!
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