NASCE 2015

Event Information

Meeting Type: Physical
Meeting Website: http://nasce-snaec.com/home/
Dates: June 21 - 25, 2015
Location: Ottawa, Ontario , United States
Intended Audience:
Sponsor: North American Society for Comparative Endocrinology
Purpose: Scientific
Number of CME Credits Offered: None

Topics: Endocrine Disruption, Neuroendocrinology

Description:

3rd BIENNIAL CONFERENCE OF
THE NORTH AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR COMPARATIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY

June 21-25, 2015, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

NASCE 2015 will be held this year at the University of Ottawa. This forum provides an essential platform for the communication and exchange of discoveries and ideas in the field of comparative endocrinology.

Call for Abstracts & Registration deadlines: March 21st, 2015 (abstract deadline with discounted early bird registration) & April 3rd, 2015 (last chance for abstract deadline with non-discounted registration cost). Online registration will remain open through June 8th, 2015, after which time registration payment will only be accepted at the conference.

  

MEETING COSTS (Canadian Dollars)

Early Bird Registration: $375 for PIs and PDFs, and $200 for students
Late Registration: $450 for PIs and PDFs, and $275 for students
Opening Reception (Sunday night): Free
Workshops (Monday): $5
Pizza Supper at Poster Session (Tuesday night):  Free
Excursions (Wednesday afternoon): $60 for Beer and Art and $35 for Nature Hiking
Banquet in the Museum of Nature (Thursday night): $75 or PIs and PDFs, and $50 for students
T-Shirt: $17

MEETING HIGHLIGHTS

Plenary Lectures:
Randy J. Nelson: “Disruptive Role of Light at Night on Photoperiodic Responses”
Alexander S. Raikhel: “Hormonal pathways controlling mosquito reproduction”
Kathleen Gilmour: “Regulation of the stress axis during chronic social stress”
Yun-Bo Shi: “Chromatin remodeling and histone modification underlying the regulation of Xenopus growth and development by thyroid hormone receptor”
Olivier Kah: “Neuropeptide and steroid interplay in vertebrate reproductive neuroendocrinology”
Raúl Paredes Guerrero: “Neurogenesis and sexual behavior”

2015 Gorbman-Bern Awards Presentations:
Glen Van Der Kraak (Memorial Lectureship)
Deborah Lutterschmidt (New Independent Investigator)


Event Contact

Name: Alexander Schreiber
Email: aschreiber@stlawu.edu
Phone: 3152295822