ISEV-2013 was a success! Thank you to all participants, local organizers and volunteers for making this exciting meeting such a friendly and open discussion forum. Also, a special thanks to Michael O'Neill, the freelance science writer that helped ISEV write the daily blog from the meeting. Please click here to access the blog and here to access Mike's website.
ISEV-2013 in Boston was held as planned!
And here is the ISEV-2013 wordcloud:
The ISEV-2013 abstract book is available for download (JEV website, click here):
Above, ISEV-2013 wordcloud:
ISEV-2013 Community Interaction Opportunities
· 17 April
19.00 CARIS reception in Imperial Ballroom at (following the Caris Sponsored Scientific Symposium at 18.00)
· 18 April
07.00 Join ISEV Run/walk with your colleagues around Boston Common before the sessions starts
20.00 Please join us for a very special dinner at one of Boston’s oldest restaurants DURGIN-PARK at Faneuil Hall Market Place, with roots back to the pre-revolutionary times. The atmosphere is easy going and fun. ISEV has reserved 150-200 seats, and the cost for tickets is $50.00/ person. You need to purchase your ticket at the registration/information desk at the Mezzanine level in advance. The number of tickets are limited, but hope to accommodate everyone, as long as the tickets are purchased Wednesday 17th.
We will enjoy an old fashion Boston, New England Menu
· Starters: Garden Salad or Cup of Clam Chowder
· Family Appetizer: Mini meatballs with Mannara Sauce and Fresh Fried Calamari
· Entrees (choice): Baked Schrod or Yankee Pot Roast or Pasta Primavera
· Dessert: Vanilla Bean Ice-cream with fresh Strawberries
· Two drinks of your choice are also included: Beers John Durgin Ale or Sam Adams Wine of the house either white( Chardonnay) or red (Cabernet Sauvignon)
· 19 April
12.00-13.00 ISEV General Assembly (Imperial Ballroom). Only accessible for ISEV members that have paid their membership fees. Lunch box is included.
19.00-20.00 ISEV Social Mingle. Meet your colleagues and continue discussing science and perhaps collaborations after the last session. Cheese and Hors d’oeurves will be served and in four open bars you can purchase wine, beers and sodas.
12.15 - 13.30 Closing ceremony, abstract prizes, summing up the sessions
ISEV is highly active on FB.
ISEV2013 Preliminary Program now available for Downloads
Below are pdf files of the ORAL and POSTER programs for ISEV 2013, in addition to a Program-at-a-glance document.