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Subject: ANNO: Final Announcement, HGM'96 Meeting
From: Arthur Bergen <bergen@AMC.UVA.NL>
Date: Fri, 15 Dec 1995 09:38:38 +0100

HGM96:      HUGOs Human Genome Meeting
Heidelberg, 22-24 March 1996

The Human Genome Organisation, HUGO, invites all scientists actively
involved in the world-wide human genome initiative to attend the HGM96
meeting in Heidelberg, Germany, from  22-24 March 1996.  Through
interactive workshops, poster sessions and symposia, HGM96 will offer a
variety of lively opportunities to consider the very latest scientific
information as well as some of the ethical, legal, social and commercial
issues surrounding genome science.  HGM96 will provide state-of-the art
accounts of the human genome map and the various mapping initiatives
supporting its development;  discussions of the most recent advances in
mapping and sequencing technologies; detailed information on the
different chromosomes; database demonstrations; posters on all aspects of
genome work; a commercial exhibition - and much more.   Nobody working on
the human genome can afford to miss HGM96  and a warm welcome is extended
to genome scientists from all over the world, particularly younger

Symposia on Chromosome Maps: Updates and Integration; Comprehensive
approaches to the Mapping and Functional Analysis of Human Genes;
Comparative Genomics: Genome Mapping in Model Organisms; Common Disease
Analysis; Genome Sequencing; Molecular Variation and Human Evolution;
Cancer Genetics; Genome Organisation and Stability.

Workshops on Mutation Mechanisms; Informatics: Past experience and a Look
Towards the Future; Sequencing Techniques and Automation; Ethical, Legal,
Social and Political Implications of the Human Genome Project;
Integrating Genome Structure and Function; Techniques and Applications of
Physical Mapping; Gene Identification and Analysis; Mutation Detection;
Developmental Genetics.

Final Announcement, Registration forms and further details available from
the HGM96 Secretariat or any HUGO office.

Full registration fee (up to 1st February 1996):  #295
Reduced registration fee for HUGO members:        #245

Deadline for submission of abstracts:  15th December 1995

HGM96 Secretariat:      HUGO Europe, One Park Square West,
                        London NW1 4LJ, UK
                        Tel: [44] (171) 935 8085
                        Fax: [44] (171) 935 8341

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