ASN * American Society for Neurochemistry
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2009 Call for Proposals

April 01, 2008 - Deadline
for 2009 Scientific Proposals


2008
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Committee Reports For 39th Annual Meeting


Future Meeting Dates

Mar 7-11, 2009 - Charleston, SC
March 6-10, 2010 - Santa Fe, NM
March 19-23, 2011 - St. Louis, MO


Future ASN Council Meetings San Diego, Nov 4, 5:00 - 8:00 pm. Location TBD


Hillary Clinton at ASN 2008You'll never know who you are going to meet at one of our ASN meetings!

 

Jean DeVellis


Jean deVellis
Receives
2008 Bernard Haber Award

Jean de Vellis received the 2008 Bernard Haber Award at the ASN Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas.

The Bernard Haber Memorial Award recognizes outstanding leadership and contributions in the field of Neurochemistry. The recipient has the opportunity to organize a symposium at the ASN Annual Meeting in the year following the award.


The ASN welcomes the following new members:

Jin Xie

Hongling Zhu

Pichili Vijaya-Bhaskar Reddy

 

Steven Bender

Htay

Heather Arnett

Jennifer Tobin

Cunningham, Rebecca Lynn

Ram, Sripa

Saluja, Inderjeet

Apodaca, Jennifer, J

Li, Jianrong

Xie, Jin

Hahn, Yun Kyung

 

 

 

 

 

Tiina Kauppinen

Tiina Kauppinen
Recieves 2008 Jordi Folch-Pi Award

Monica Carson (left) presents Tiina Kauppinen (right) with the 2008 Jordi Folch-Pi Award at the ASN Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. Dr. Kauppinen’s research focuses on molecular signals and effector pathways in microglial activation and their downstream impact on brain inflammatory responses.

The Jordi Folch-Pi Award is given to an outstanding young investigator who has demonstrated a high level of research competence and originality, who has significantly advanced our knowledge of neurochemistry and who shows a high degree of potential for future accomplishments.

Dr. Kauppinen will recieve $1500 and has been invited to organize a Symposium at the Charleston SC meeting.

 

Birgit FogalBirgit Fogal

Receives 2008 Marian Kies Award

Jean Harry (left) presents Birgit Fogal (right) with the 2008 Marian Kies Award at the ASN Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas.  During her graduate work Birgit focused on mechanisms by which inflammatory mediators contribute to the progression of neuronal injury following cerebral ischemia (or stroke).

This award is presented to an outstanding newly minted cellular and molecular neuroscientist.

Dr. Fogal will recieve $1500 and has been invited to organize a Symposium at the at the Charleston SC meeting.