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

s for identifying new therapeutics; and challenges and successes in target-based drug discovery.

The program of the American Society for Investigative Pathology and its guest societies includes a keynote lecture by Dr. Carlo Croce on the role of micro RNA genes in cancer, the Rous-Whipple Award lecture by Dr. Michael Gimbrone on vascular endothelium in the post-genomic era, and other lectures on trafficking signals to prevent neurodegeneration; the spectrum of CNS inflammatory demyelinating diseases, classification of brain tumors, and the pathogenesis of Chagas disease. The ASIP Presidential symposium features therapeutics and non-linear systems pathobiology. Other major symposia include bench to bedside immunology; regenerative biology of hepatic cells; epigenetics of cancer; new technologies to identify disease-associated genetic variants; role of membrane rafts in human disease; the immune system in vascular diseases; leukocyte-endothelial interactions; new frontiers in pulmonary fibrosis; diseases of epithelial transport; regulation of epithelial and endothelial junctions.

The American Society for Nutrition presents the latest findings on topics such as the biological role of biotin; dietary factors, epithelial cells and the immune system in carcinogenesis; the role of nutrition in maternal and child mental health; successful aging through diet and physical activity; nutrition and cancer survival; nutrient-gene interactions; early life nutrition and disease later in life; nutritional control of immunity in health and chronic disease; and food addiction (fact or fiction?). Individual sessions cover vitamins and minerals from A (carotenoids) to Z (zinc). This year ASN has two always-lively controversy sessions: one on carbohydrate restriction as treatment for diabetes and metabolic syndrome, the other on the mega-6/omega-3 ratio in nutrition policy and risk assessment. Other widely discussed issues include the world is fat, understand
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