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NIH Lambda Lunch Meetings

An NIH Special Interest Group.


Date:         Mon, 26 Mar 2007 13:21:45 -0400
From: Robert Weisberg 
Subject: Lambda Lunch update
To: LAMBDA_LUNCH-L@LIST.NIH.GOV



Lambda Lunch update, 3/26/07:


3/29/07:  Lambda Lunch Gala at Frederick:  See attached files for the
speaker list and directions.

4/5/07*:  Dan Masison

4/18/07, 1:00-5:00, Lipsett auditorium:  An Afternoon of Science to honor
Nancy Nossal
         1:00-1:15       personal comments -- Dr. Maxine Singer
         1:15-1:30       personal comments -- Dr. Herbert Tabor
         1:30-2:10       scientific talk   -- Dr. Martin Gellert
         2:15-2:55       scientific talk   -- Dr. Jack Griffith
         3:00-4:15       WALS lecture (Charles RIchardson)
         Reception to follow

4/26/07:  Alan Hinnebusch (at 10:30 AM)

5/17/07*:  Sergei Borukhov (Bob Weisberg)

*Regular lambda lunch at 11:00 AM in Bldg 37, Rm 6107/6041. To schedule
seminars, contact Susan Gottesman (susang@helix.nih.gov) or Bob
Weisberg (rweisberg@nih.gov). To meet with an outside speaker,
contact the person whose name is in parentheses.

You can join the mailing list in the following ways.  If you're at NIH,
send the following message from the computer where you usually receive mail
to LISTSERV@LIST.NIH.GOV: SUBSCRIBE LAMBDA_LUNCH-L your name.
Replace "your name" by your first and last names; or go to
http://list.nih.gov/, browse the lists to find Lambda_Lunch-L, and follow
the instructions to join.  If you're not at NIH, contact
Bob Weisberg. This schedule is also available
at http://schneider.ncifcrf.gov/lambda.html.


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Lambda Gala
FCRF Conference Room
NCI
Frederick, MD

March 29, 2007

Program - Speakers

10:00 AM David Friedman (Michigan)

10:30 AM Edward Cox (Princeton)

11:00 AM  Coffee (Frederick)

11:30 AM        Harvey Eisen (Fred Hutchinson)

12:00 PM Lynn Thomason, (NCI)

1:00  PM         Lunch (Frederick)

2:30 PM Max Gottesman (Columbia)

3:00 PM Dick D'Ari (Paris)

3:30 PM Coffee (Frederick)

3:45 PM          Bob Martin (NIH)

4:15 PM Henrik Nielsen (NCI)

4:45 PM          Epilog by Mark Ptashne (Sloan-Kettering)

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Visiting NCI-Frederick


NCI-Frederick is located within the Ft. Detrick U.S. Army facility in
Frederick, Maryland. Please be aware that you will be asked to provide
Ft. Detrick security with proof of identification, and your vehicle
may be briefly searched, before being allowed to enter the facility
grounds. Below you will find some useful maps of the NCI-Frederick
Campus area and driving directions for many common starting points.
Local Maps NCI-Frederick Campus Map (pdf) or NCI-Frederick Campus Map
(Flash) requires the Flash 6 player

Directions from Washington, DC:
Total Distance: Approximately 55 miles

* I-270 north to Frederick

* As you approach Frederick, I-270 ends and becomes Rt. 15
  north to Frederick/Gettysburg, PA.

* Follow Route. 15 North to the Fort Detrick/Seventh Street
  Exit

* Bear right at the bottom of the ramp onto Seventh Street;

* Follow straight to Fort Detrick entrance; turn right into the
  Main Gate; use one of the two lanes to the right

* Follow through gate to stop sign at 4-way intersection and
  continue straight on Veterans Drive

* At stop sign, turn left on Sultan Drive

* Continue through two stop signs; you will see Bldg. 549, the
  Scientific Library on your right. Park in the lot beyond the
  building.

* Continue through two stop signs; you will see Bldg. 549, the
  Scientific Library on your right. Park in the lot beyond the
  building.

* At stop sign, turn left on Sultan Drive

* Continue through two stop signs; you will see Bldg. 549, the
  Scientific Library on your right. Park in the lot beyond the
  building.

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Previous Lambda Lunch Meeting Schedules

  • The Lambda Special Interest Group at NIH
  • Special Interest Groups at NIH
  • List of contacts for Other Special Interest Groups at NIH

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