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Experimental Biology 2008 Today's Research: Tomorrow's Health, April 5-9
Date:2/4/2008

ntations range from an award lecture on links between essential self-renewal in embryonic and adult stem cells and cancer cell proliferation to a living anatomy workshop with hands-on yoga/Pilates sessions designed to provide fitness professionals with the anatomical knowledge needed to properly train clients. Several sessions focus on advances in imaging, including demonstration of a new method of in vivo imaging of the cell motions and interactions that build embryos and discussion of vivo imaging to trace cell lineage. Three dimensional motion capture systems have revolutionized video gaming and animated movie creation, and an AAA symposium demonstrates the technologys promise for individuals with walking abnormalities. A symposium on anatomical illustration--the earliest method of in vivo imaging--is followed by an exhibit on anatomical art. Other sessions involve treatment of smell disorders and the role of mitochondria in estrogen-induced neuroprotection against Alzheimers.

The American Association of Immunologists sessions open with a presidential address by Dr. Olja Finn on how immunologic weapons acquired early in life win battles with cancer late in life. Dr. Finn also chairs a symposium on taking care of immunology around the world, with speakers from the leading immunology societies in Canada, China, Great Britain, Holland and Serbia. Other symposia focus on the genetics of autoimmunity; microenvironmental influence on immune function; regulation of immune responses to viruses, TB and other pathogens; and the question of whether immunology can cure cancer. NIH or guest-sponsored symposium during the AAI sessions include how aging affects immunity; reports on the use of targeted immunologic therapeutics for rheumatoid arthritis, inflammation, infectious disease and other medical problems; and an interdisciplinary discussion of a fascinating immunological quandary: why don't we generate broadly neutralizing antibodies to HIV-1?

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