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PANWAT 2001 Annual Meeting

18th Annual Meeting of the Pacific Northwest Association of Toxicologists

Theme—"Convergence of Neurobiology & Toxicology"

Location
Sleeping Lady
Leavenworth, WA 98826

October 26–27, 2001

http://www.sleepinglady.com/


Friday, October 26, 2001

Poster for 2001 Annual Meeting (PDF file)

Morning short Course—Toxicology and Drug Development

Organizers–Jeanine L. Bussiere, Ph.D. DABT, Immunex

—Russell Eyre, Ph.D., ICOS

7:30–8:15—Breakfast (those staying on Thursday), registration and coffee

8:30–9:15—Rafael Ponce, Ph.D., DABT—Contract lab perspective on toxicity studies

9:15–10:00—Jeanine L. Bussiere, Ph.D., DABT—Industry perspective on toxicity studies

10:00–10:15—Break

10:15–11:00—Lynnda Reid, Ph.D.—FDA perspective of the regulatory review of toxicity studies

11:00–11:20—Panel discussion Q&A

11:30—WA State Senator Linda Evans Parlette from Wenatchee

Current Health Care Issues in Washington State

Start of PANWAT meeting

12:00–1:00— Lunch and Registration—Check (rooms not until 3:00pm)

1:15–1:30—Welcome and Introduction

Session I: Title Convergence of Immunology and Neurotoxicology

Session Chair: Paige Lawrence, Ph.D.—WSU

1:30–2:15—Title: Toxicological evaluation of StreptAvax, a multivalent group A streptococcal vaccine with emphasis on potential autoimmune responses associated with rheumatic disease

By: Mark Reddish, Ph.D., ID Vaccine Corporation

2:15–3:00—Title Autoimmune Mechanism of Inflammation in Uveitis and EAE

By: Grazyna Adamus, Ph.D., Neurological Sciences Institute, Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR

3:00–3:30 Break—Check in

3:30–4:15—Title: Cytokines in sleep regulation

By: James M. Krueger, Ph.D.; College of Veterinary Medicine, Washington State University; Pullman, WA

4:15–5:00 —Title: Regulation of muscarinic acetylcholine receptor expression and function

By: Neil M. Nathanson, Ph.D., Dept. of Pharmacology, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

5:00–6:30 Poster Session

Wine & Cheese Social

6:30–7:00Dinner—Served—wine and beer in dinning hall to 9:00 or post meeting Grotto


Saturday, October 27, 2001

Session II: Student Presentations (Session Chair: Terry Kavanagh, Ph.D.—UofW)

8:00–9:00 –Breakfast

9:00–9:30 K–12 Education Opportunities—Dainne Botta—Center for Ecogenetics and Environmental Health (CEEH)

9:30–10:30 Student Presentations

10:30–10:45Break

Session III: —Title: Title: Methods in Pre–Clinical Neuroevaluaiton

(Session Chair: Jerry Miller, Ph.D., Director, CNS Biology, Skeletech, Inc.)

10:45–11:30—Title: Neuropathology for innocent, eager and doomed toxicologists

—By: JoAnn C.L. Schuh, DVM, Ph.D., DACVP, DABT

11:30–12:15—Title: Models of strock

—By: Jerry Miller, Ph.D.—SkeleTech, Inc.

12:15–1:00Lunch Served

1:30–2:00Business meeting (By–laws—Membership)

Session III (continued): Title: Methods in Pre–Clinical Neuroevaluaiton

2:00–2:45—Title: Models of Parkinson Disease

—By: Michelle Brot, Ph.D.—SkeleTech, Inc.

2:45–3:30 —Title: Models of Alzheimer's Disease

—By: Joel Cummings—ProteoTech, Inc.

3:30–4:00Wrap up—and home or dinner

 

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