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Human Genome Quarterly, Summer 1989; 1(2)

Workshop Planned for DOE Human Genome Program Contractor and Grantees

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Contractor-Grantee Workshop will be held Nov. 3-4, 1989, at the Santa Fe Hilton in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The DOE Human Genome Steering Committee (HGSC) is organizing the workshop for the Office of Health and Environmental Research (OHER) to:

  • foster exchange of information among participants in the DOE Human Genome Program,
  • evaluate individual projects, and
  • evaluate the overall DOE program.

Approximately 150 representatives from all grantee and contractor projects are expected to attend this workshop and to present project highlights by giving either oral or poster presentations. The workshop, which the Santa Fe Institute is helping to coordinate, will be a major discussion topic at the HGSC meeting that follows on Nov. 5. Contractors/grantees should contact Sylvia J. Spengler, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory, for technical information. For administrative information such as hotel arrangements, they should contact Andi Sutherland of the Santa Fe Institute.


Technical Information Contact:

  • Dr. Sylvia J. Spengler
    Human Genome Center
    Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
    1 Cyclotron Road, MS 1-213
    Berkeley, CA 94720
    415/486-4943, FTS 451-4943

Administrative Information Contact:

  • Ms. Andi Sutherland
    Santa Fe Institute
    1120 Canyon Road
    Santa Fe, MN 87501
    505/984-8800

HGMIS Staff

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