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Past Proposals (1997)

Each year, the GRC Conference Evaluation Committee (CEC) reviews proposals for new conferences submitted by the scientific community. Select a year using the drop-down list below to view the list of proposals which were approved that year by the CEC.

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Proposals Approved in 1997

  • Barriers of the Central Nervous System (Start: 1999)
    Proposers:
    Joanna Szmydynger-Chodobska, Brown U. / RI Hospital
    Adam Chodobski, Brown U. / RI Hospital
    M.B. Segal, King's & St. Thomas' School of Biomedical Science, London
  • Clusterin ApoJ and ApoE (Start: 1999)
    Proposers:
    Caleb E. Finch, Univ of Southern California
    Judith Harmony, Univ of Cincinnati
  • Comparative Hematopoiesis (Start: 1999)
    Proposers:
    J. Jerry Kaneko, University of California, Davis
    Milton J. Becker, Dia-Con Ltd.
  • Floral Scent, the Biology and Chemistry of (Start: 1999)
    Proposers:
    Robert A. Raguso, U. Arizona
    L. Gunnar Bergstrom & Jette Knudsen, U. of Goteborg
    Heidi Dobson, Whitman College
  • Laser Diagnostics for Combustion Research (Start: 1999)
    Proposers:
    Katharina Kohse-Hoeinghaus, Univ of Bielefeld
    Jay B. Jeffries, SRI International
  • Metamorphosis (Start: 1999)
    Proposers:
    Peter Cherbas, Indiana U.
    Lynn M. Riddiford, U. Washington
  • Molecular and Cellular Neurobiology (Start: 1998)
    Proposers:
    Bai Lu, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
  • Molybdenum and Tungsten Enzymes (Start: 1999)
    Proposers:
    Edward I Stiefel, Exxon, Corp. Research, Annandale, NJ
    Russ Hille, Ohio State U.
  • Photoions, Photoionization and Photodetachment (Start: 1999)
    Proposers:
    Erwin D. Poliakoff, Louisiana State University
  • Undergraduate Microbiology Education (Start: 1999)
    Proposers:
    Jeffrey J. Sich, Washington University
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