[Xenopus] Xenopus Digest, Vol 32, Issue 2

Yang, Jing yangj at illinois.edu
Sat Apr 4 12:23:40 EDT 2015

Laura, Marko, and Brian,

That sounds like a good idea. Is it possible to start the meeting on
Sunday? I teach in the fall semester. I have to come back by Wednesday.


On 4/4/15 11:00 AM, "xenopus-request at lists.mbl.edu"
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>Date: Sat, 4 Apr 2015 09:34:04 -0400 (EDT)
>From: National Xenopus Resource <xenopus at mbl.edu>
>Subject: [Xenopus] PI Meeting Question
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>Dear Xenopus Community,
>We are now planning the schedule for the Sept PI meeting and would like
>to ask your input.
>The current plan for this year's meeting is similar to previous years.
>The PI meeting will begin on Monday evening Sept 28 with a BBQ. On
>Tuesday Sept 29 we have a full day of short talks with discussion times
>until 9pm or so. Then on Wednesday we have a few more talks planned with
>the last 2 hours dedicated to more in depth discussion with the meeting
>ending at 12 noon.
>With such a short meeting there are only a small number of talks that can
>be hosted thus limiting the number of opportunities for people to present
>their research. This year we are considering expanding the meeting to
>include Wednesday afternoon and evening. We would like your input on
>whether to do so. In particular we would like to expand the young
>PI/senior postdoc session to give these individuals more opportunities to
>present their work and network with the community. What does this mean?
>If we do not extend the meeting then we would limit speakers for the
>young PI/senior postdoc session to 5 individuals. If we expand to include
>Wednesday as well then we could easily accommodate 15 speakers.
>The main question we would like you to answer is whether you are
>interested in extending the PI meeting by 1 evening? Please send your
>response to xenopus at mbl.edu .
>What does this mean for the costs?
>We are keeping costs to a minimum for the meeting and the charges for the
>meeting for 3 nights would run near $530 for a single room and $375 for a
>shared room. This price covers all housing, food and registration. The
>charge for two nights would be around $400 (single) and $300.
>We are asking you to please respond as soon as possible indicating
>whether you would like the meeting to be extended through the day on
>Wednesday so we can look at arrangements here at the MBL.
>Thank you, 
>Laura Anne Lowery 
>Marko Horb 
>Brian Mitchell 
>Marko Horb, Ph.D. 
>Director, National Xenopus Resource (NXR)
>Marine Biological Laboratory
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>Email: xenopus at mbl.edu
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