[Xenopus] Xenopus Digest, Vol 80, Issue 4
samoody at gwu.edu
Fri Sep 6 11:18:37 EDT 2019
Jing, you can call the Main office at 508-289-7668 and tell them you would
like to leave your credit card information for a conference and they can
assist - I did that yesterday
On Fri, Sep 6, 2019 at 10:37 AM Yang, Jing <yangj at illinois.edu> wrote:
> Hi Marko,
> When I registered the meeting a little while ago, I chose the "pay later"
> option. How can I make the payment now? I am trying to login the
> registration website, the website doesn't allow me to do anything, simply
> shows "you have already registered for this event". Any suggestions?
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> 1. XRET 2019 (National Xenopus Resource)
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> Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2019 20:10:18 +0000
> From: National Xenopus Resource <xenopus at mbl.edu>
> Subject: [Xenopus] XRET 2019
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> Dear Xenopus community,
> Reminder that registration is now open for the 2019
> Xenopus Resources and emerging Technologies Meeting. A tentative program
> (please note tentative) has also been posted on the XRET webpage (
> https://www.mbl.edu/xenopus/pi-meeting-2). We have an exciting schedule
> that is full of excellent talks and times for strategic planning. The
> important points are that the meeting starts with the opening BBQ on Friday
> Oct 11 at 6pm and ends at noon on Monday Oct 14. Some highlights and
> 1. There are still around 12 slots available for talks. Please
> email xenopus at mbl.edu<mailto:xenopus at mbl.edu> with your abstract if you
> would like to be selected for one of these slots.
> * All talks are 12 minutes long. 10 minutes for talk and 2 for
> questions. We have kept the talks short to encourage all speaker to
> highlight their latest findings, and to have minimal background. We are all
> Xenopus people anyway so no need to introduce the animal.
> 2. XENBASE workshop. There is a Xenbase workshop scheduled for
> XRET. It is now scheduled for lunchtime on Saturday. Originally we had it
> planned for Friday afternoon but realized many would not be able to arrive
> in time for the workshop so it was moved to Saturday lunchtime.
> 3. Cryopreservation demonstration. There will be a presentation by
> NXR and EXRC staff on how to properly use cryopreserved sperm if purchased
> through each center. We have heard many people like the idea of using
> cryopreserved sperm and many have purchased them, but there seems to be
> some issues with using the sperm at your own lab. This demonstration will
> take place at 4pm on Friday, October 11.
> 4. Opening BBQ dinner. Following the success of previous BBQ
> dinners at XRET, there will be an opening BBQ at my house where everyone is
> invited to participate in the grilling and shucking. Fresh seafood, meat
> and vegetables to be served. The dinner will be served from 6pm onwards.
> (The pine tree is now gone so there is no fear of people sitting on sap
> this time.) Help is always accepted so if you arrive early and want to come
> over and help with setup you are welcome. We will do our best to
> accommodate everyone with lifts, but you can always walk to my place along
> the bike path and that takes 1 hour.
> 5. SPONSORS. Of course we must thank our sponsors who make the BBQ
> dinner possible:
> * Iwaki Aquatic
> * Aquaneering
> * Tecniplast
> * Nasco
> * Xenopus 1
> 6. ORGANIZERS. I would also like to take the time to thank the
> organizers of this year?s XRET program:
> * Rachel Miller
> * Gregory Weber
> * Helen Willsey
> 7. This year we have two keynote speakers:
> * Ann Miller
> * Leon Grayfer
> 8. Costs have been kept to a minimum.
> * $440 for a shared room
> * $635 for a single room
> * You can book extra night if you plan to arrive in advance.
> This is done by emailing conferences at mbl.edu
> We all look forward to seeing you at the XRET meeting.
> The NXR Team (who work hard behind the scenes to make this all work.
> They never really get the credit but they
> If the NXR contributed to your work please cite us in your papers.
> Cite us in Materials and Methods as National Xenopus Resource
> RRID:SCR_013731 at the Marine Biological Laboratory
> Cite us in your references: Pearl, E. et al "Development of Xenopus
> resource centers: the National Xenopus Resource and the European Xenopus
> Resource Center" Genesis 50, 155-163
> Marko Horb, Ph.D. |Director, National Xenopus Resource (NXR) |Senior
> Scientist, Bell Center for Regenerative Biology and Tissue Engineering
> Marine Biological Laboratory | 7 MBL Street | Woods Hole, MA 02543
> Email: mhorb at mbl.edu<mailto:mhorb at mbl.edu> | Office: 508-289-7627 |
> Lab: 508-289-7370 | Cell: 508-564-3764
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George Washington University
School of Medicine and Health Sciences
2300 I Street, NW, Washington, DC, 20037, USA
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