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Proposed Scientific Program

Please click on a session to get more information on speakers and topics. If no link appears, the speakers have yet to be scheduled.
  Saturday Sunday Monday Tues Wednesday
8-10 Stem Cell Workshop Plenary Session: Fundamentals of Biopreservation Plenary Session: Cryomedicine Plenary Session: Molecular and Genetic Adaptations to Cold

Plenary Session: Cryobiology in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
10:30-12 Stem Cell
Gametes I Cryosurgery and Cryomedicine I Drying and Vitrification II Molecular and Genetic Adaptation Non-mammalian Cryobiology I Chemical Permeation + Injury
12-1 Lunch Box Lunch Lunch Box Lunch
Meeting: Editorial board (closed)
1-2:30 Stem Cell Workshop Grant Writing Workshop Cell and Tissue I
Drying and Vitrification I Gametes II Cryosurgery and Cyromedicine II

Mathematical Modeling I

Biomedical devices + Sensors I Non-mammalian Cryobiology II Preservation and Biomechanics
3-4:30     Cell and Tissue II Business of Cryobiology
(invited panel)
Gametes III Cryosurgery and Cryomedicine III Mathematical Modeling II Biomedical devices + Sensors II

Non-mammalian Cryobiology III

Drying and Vitrification III
5-9 Reception Poster Session I Society Business Meeting
(5:15 pm to 6:30 pm)
Poster Session II Banquet

A provisional scientific program(as of June 6) is available to download. This program will list speakers and titles for each of the sessions. Check back for updates.
scientific program(word)
scientific program (pdf)

Audio Visual Facilities:

Each room will be equipped with a wireless microphone, screen, digital projector and personal computer. We will encourage speakers to bring their presentations to us on CD, flash drive or email (send presentations to ).

Please notify us if you have any additional needs (white board, slide or overhead projectors) by July 15, 2005 .



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