Open Symposium: ADVANCES IN BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING

Wednesday, May 8, 2002
Radisson Conference Center
3:30 – 5:30 pm
Cromwell, CT

Need directions? e-mail request to:
acad@ix.netcom.com or call 860-527-2161
Handicap accessible. Free parking.

Speakers and Panel Participants

NEURAL ENGINEERING
John White PhD
Biomedical Engineering Department
Center for Biodynamics, Boston University

EMBRYONIC STEM CELL TECHNOLOGY
Michael Shamblott MD
Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

FUNCTIONAL GENOMICS
Reen Wu PhD
Center for Comparative Respiratory Biology and Medicine University of California

Panel Narrator:

Dr. Joseph Bronzino
Vernon Roosa Professor of Applied Science, Trinity College and
President, BEACON, the Biomedical Engineering Alliance & Consortium

Admission is free and open to all.
However, seats are limited and advanced reservations
are required by April 16 either at:
e-mail: acad@ix.netcom.com, phone: 860-527-2161 or fax: 860-527-2161

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