All are welcome at this annual conference, organized by graduate students in the Dept of German Studies. Keynote address (Apr. 28) at the Goethe Institute (418 Sherbrooke St. E.): Gerd Gemunden, Dartmouth College, on "Grenzgänger: Billy Wilder's Accented Cinema." Saturday sessions at McGill, 688 Sherbrooke St. W. (rm 1041, 10 am); conclusion Sunday morning at the Goethe Institute.
Dr. Richard Robitaille, Département de Physiologie, Université de Montréal
Presentation by Rachelle Léger. RSVP to email below by May 15. Door prize; dessert and refreshments included.
Development of human pancreas: Search for endocrine progenitors for cell-based therapies for diabetes
Dr. Rennian Wang, Depts of Physiology & Pharmacology, Medicine, University of Western Ontario
Dr. Vincent Giguère, Molecular Oncology Group, MUHC
Dr. Evdokia Anagnostou, Dept of Psychiatry, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York
Possible sites include Hudson Valley / Catskills / Delaware Water Gap. The trip will focus on sites of geologic, natural or historical interest. Moderate hike of less than 10 miles.