View Full Version : Bone Seminar Tuesday, September 12th, Philipp Mayer-Kuckuk,on "STRATEGIES FOR IMAGING BONE CELL BIOLOGY IN MICE AND MAN."

Steve Cowin
09-07-2006, 05:42 AM
To Bone Researchers in the NYC area:

The first Fall seminar in the Bone Seminar Series will take
place Tuesday, September 12th, 2006 at 7:00 PM in room C205 of the
CUNY Graduate Center. The speaker is Philipp Mayer-Kuckuk, Ph.D., In
Vivo Cellular Molecular Imaging Center, Memorial Sloan-Kettering
Cancer Center, Department of Pharmacology, UMDNJ Musculoskeletal
Integrity Program and the Hospital for Special Surgery. His talk is

Please join us for an hour or so of socializing and exchanging ideas
beginning at 6 PM. All seminar attendees are invited to gather at the
Heartland Brewery (see below) prior to the presentation. The host for
the seminar, Chris Fritton, the speaker and others will be downstairs
at the Heartland Brewery starting at 6PM. Appetizers will be provided
as well as non-alcoholic beverages (courtesy of and restricted by the
funding source - CUNY Research Foundation). Supplemental beverages
(i.e, alcoholic) will require out-of-pocket cash. Please note that
there will be no food or beverages provided at the seminar so come
early to the Heartland for both and for good conversations. Ask
downstairs at the Heartland Brewery for the Bone Seminar Group.

Heartland Brewery
350 5th Ave (Corner of 5th and 34th--Empire State Building-
Across 5th from the CUNY Graduate Center)
212 563 3433

Alternative suggestions for pre-seminar get-togethers in the future
would be appreciated.

More information on the seminar, as well as directions to the Center,
can be found at http://bonenet.net/


For bone research information, visit http://www.bonenet.net/
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