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Welcome New Members

As of June 1, 2004 the ASN has over 65 new members. Welcome! click here to see the list


Plan to attend the
ASN / ISN Mixer @ SFN
Monday, October 25, 2004
6:30 pm - 10:00 pm
San Diego Marriott Hotel
Marina Ballroom - Salon F
San Diego, CA


Online Access to
J Neurochem for $15

Blackwell Publishing is offering online access to J. Neurochemistry for $15/yr to ASN members in good standing. To subcribe, members need only to fill out an online subcription form.


Future Meeting Dates
2004 - August 14-18, New York City, NY
2005 -
June 25-29, Madison, WI
2006 -
March 11-16, Portland, OR
2007 -
August 19-25, Joint meeting with ISN, Cancun, Mexico


     

    New Newsletter Format

    Starting with the December 2003 issue the ASN Newsletter will be published in two forms. A short paper version will be included in the "Neurochemistry News" published by the ISN. A more complete version will be published online. This will reduce publication costs and allow us to keep the newsletter updated.


    Pierre Morell tribute for Neurobiology of Lipids
    by A.D. Toews and H. Jurevics
    Neurobiol Lipids 3, 3 (19 May 2004)

     

     

     

    Make your plans to attend the 35th annual meeting.The meeting will begin on Saturday, August 14, 2004 with a welcome reception in the famous Starlight Room and end with a closing banquet at Tavern on the Green on Wednesday, August 18, 2004. There will be a pre-meeting workshop titled "RNA Interference: Application to Neural Systems" on Saturday, August 14, 2004. Bruce McEwen, Marianne Bronner-Fraser, Susumu Tonegawa, Martin Schwab will give plenary lectures. The meeting will be held at the Waldorf Astoria Hilton Hotel. Located in the heart of mid-town Manhattan, the Waldorf Astoria is a world-renowned legend that has set the standard for hospitality excellence since 1893.

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    Thank you Corporate Sponsors
    The ASN would like to thank the generous support of the corporate sponsors of the 35th annual meeting. See the list.


    33 Young Investigators Receive Travel Awards

    Thirty-three young investigators have been chosen to receive travel awards to help defray costs of attending the 35th annual meeting in New York this Summer. Click here for the list.


    6 YOUNG LATIN AMERICAN SCHOLARS
    RECEIVE AWARD

    The American Society for Neurochemistry provides scholarships for young neuroscientists from Latin American countries. These awards provide $2,000 in travel expenses to attend the 35th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Neurochemistry in New York City, along with the visit, for a period not shorter than one additional week, to an established neuroscience laboratory in North America. The ASN hopes that these awards will foster mentoring relationships, to teach young scientists new techniques, and to share and encourage new ideas and approaches to neurochemical problems. Congratulations to this year's awardees. more>>>

     

     

    Frederick E. Samson, Jr.

    Frederick E. Samson, Jr., a charter member of the ASN, died at his home on Lake Quivira, Kansas, on April 15, 2004, at the age of 85. more >>>

    Martin Larrabee

    Martin Larrabee died on June 18, 2003 more>>>>


    Bylaw Amendments Passed

    Amendments to the ASN bylaws to create the positions of Treasure-Elect and Secretary-Elect were passed by the membership on April 8, 2004. Of the 166 valid ballots that were cast, 162 approved the amendment to create the position of Treasure-Elect and 162 approved the amendment to create the position of Secretary-Elect. Thank you for casting your vote.


    New Committee Rosters
    have been posted. more>>>>


    Call for Session Proposals
    for the 36th Annual Meeting

    The program committee for the 36th annual meeting of the American Society for Neurochemistry invites submissions for symposia, colloquia, and workshops to be considered for inclusion in the meeting schedule. The 36th meeting will be held at the Menona Terrace Convention Center, located in Madison, WI, from June 25 to 29th, 2005.

    To submit a proposal go to:
    http://www.asneurochem.org/Madison/ProposalForm.htm