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A workshop, "New Perspectives on Pathobiology of Coral Reef Organisms,"
will be presented at the 8th International Coral Reef Symposium, 24-29 June
1996 in Panama City, Panama. This one-day workshop will be held mid-week
during the symposium and will provide a forum for education and
communication in the field of pathobiology as it relates to the study of
diseases in algae, invertebrates, and vertebrates of tropical marine
ecosystems. The workshop will consist of short presentations on diseases
and research topics, hands-on discussion/demonstration sessions of methods
and techniques in histopathology, microbiology, and parasitology, and a
discussion on physical/chemical factors causing or mediating diseases in
To obtain a copy of the program and registration forms for the 8th
International Coral Reef Symposium, please contact:
Maria Majela Brenes P., Convention Manager
Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
e-mail: stri01.naos.brenesm at ic.si.edu
To help plan the activities for the workshop, please provide the
following information by March 16 to Esther Peters or Debbie Santavy
(addresses at end). If you know someone else who might wish to
participate, please give them this form also.
Phone: Fax: E-mail:
( ) I am definitely planning to attend the workshop.
( ) I am not yet sure I will be able to attend.
[Please let us know if your plans change]
Are you interested in participating in a special discussion group?
Please select one:
( ) Histopathology ( ) Microbiology ( ) Parasitology
Could you present a short (10 min) presentation on your research or a
topic of interest? If yes, please specify the topic:
Do you have any other interests or concerns about research on diseases
of tropical marine organisms that you think we should discuss at the
workshop? Please list:
Thank you very much. We look forward to seeing you in Panama!
Esther Peters Deborah Santavy
Tetra Tech, Inc. U.S. EPA, Environmental Research Lab
10306 Eaton Place, Suite 340 1 Sabine Island Drive
Fairfax, VA 22030 Gulf Breeze, FL 32361 USA
phone: 703-385-6000 phone: 904-934-9358
fax: 703-385-6007 fax: 904-934-9300
73261.2212 at compuserve.com dsantavy at gulfbr.gbr.epa.gov
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