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ychang61
06-24-2005, 07:33 AM
For anyone that may be in the Atlanta, GA area next week, the School
of Applied Physiology will be hosting a 2-day symposium on the campus
of Ga Tech. The format will be informal and encourage discussion
between speakers and audience on topics related to the biomechanics
and motor control of locomotion at several of levels of organization,
from cellular to whole body to modeling.

TITLE: "New Developments in the Neural Control of Locomotion"
DATES: June 29 - June 30

The list of speakers will include:

Dr. Robert J. Gregor, Chair, School of Applied Physiology
David McCrea, PhD (Department of Physiology, University of Manitoba)
Ilya R. Rybak, PhD (Department of Physiology, Drexel University)
Michael Sorensen, PhD (School of Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Tech)
Gennady Cymbalyuk, PhD (Department of Physics, Georgia State University)
T. Richard Nichols, PhD (Department of Physiology, Emory University)
Rick Segal, PhD (Department of Physical Therapy, Emory University)
Young-Hui Chang (School of Applied Physiology, Georgia Tech)
Lena Ting, PhD (School of Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Tech)
Keir Pearson, PhD (Department of Physiology, University of Alberta)
Michel Lemay, PhD (Department of Physiology, Drexel University)
Boris Prilutsky, PhD (School of Applied Physiology, Georgia Tech)
Andrea Lay (School of Applied Physiology, BioE Program, Georgia Tech)
Shawn Hochman, PhD (Department of Physiology, Emory University)
Paul Katz, PhD (Department of Biology, Georgia State University)
Art English, PhD (Department of Cell Biology, Emory University)
Robert Lee, PhD (School of Biomedical Engineering, Georgia Tech)
Joseph J. Pancrazio, PhD (Program Director, NIH, NINDS)

Registration is free but will be limited to available seating.
Interested individuals should RSVP to Robert J. Gregor
(robert.gregor@ap.gatech.edu) with the words "AP Symposium RSVP" in
the subject heading.

Sponsored by:
The School of Applied Physiology
The Georgia Institute of Technology
"New Developments in the Neural Control of Locomotion"
June 29 - 30, 2005
http://www.ap.gatech.edu/seminars.shtml

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Young-Hui Chang, Ph.D.
(FYI: it's pronounced "young-hee")
Assistant Professor
Comparative Neuromechanics Laboratory
School of Applied Physiology &
Biomedical Engineering Program

Mailing Address:
Young-Hui Chang
School of Applied Physiology
Georgia Institute of Technology
281 Ferst Drive
Atlanta, GA 30332-0356

404-894-9993 (office)
404-385-6489 (lab)
404-894-9982 (fax)

http://www.ap.gatech.edu/chang/CNLhome.html

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