Month: December 2005

President’s Report

From the Desk of the President Colleagues, Your Society has had significant accomplishments in the months following our last Annual Meeting. Often with organizations such as ours, the work behind the scenes doesn’t get much notice, but the generous time and resource commitment of individuals is worthy of note as this set of remarks is going to press. After considerable evaluation, debate, and effort, the SIVB Board has decided to publish both of our journals with one major publishing house, Springer (See www.springer.com ), starting in January 2007. Springer publishes more than 1,200 journals in the sciences, technology, and...

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2006 Meeting Keynote Speaker

Dr. Ronald L. Phillips will be the Keynote Speaker at the 2006 In Vitro Biology Meeting being held from June 3 – 6, 2006 in Minneapolis Minnesota. Dr. Phillips is Regents’ Professor and McKnight Presidential Chair in Genomics, and Director of the Center for Microbial and Plant Genomics, University of Minnesota. He earned the B.S. and M.S. degrees from Purdue University and a Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota; postdoctoral training was at Cornell University. Throughout his career, Dr. Phillips has coupled the techniques of plant genetics and molecular biology to enhance our understanding of basic biology of cereal...

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SIVB Journals Update

SIVB to Move Journal Publications to Springer For the past several years, the SIVB has had the two Society journals, In Vitro-Animal and In Vitro – Plant, published and printed by different publishers/printers. In Vitro -Animal has been self-published by the SIVB and printed by Allen Press while In Vitro – Plant has been published and printed by CABI Publishing (a unit of CAB International). While these arrangements have proved satisfactory in several respects, the financial returns on these assets have not been up to our expectations. Also, the marketing activity for In Vitro – Animal needed a major...

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Fund for the Future

2005 Fund for the Future Contributors The following members are acknowledged for their contributions for the future endeavors of the Society for In Vitro Biology. Dr. Chakradhar Akula Dr. Jameel M. Al-Khayri Dr. Glenn Allison Dr. David W. Altman Dr. Shin-Ichi Amino Dr. Mohamed Amssa Dr. Joji Ando Dr. Maigull M. Appelgren Dr. Diana Isabel Arias Dr. Ronald J. Arndt Prof. Charles J. Arntzen Dr. Raymond Atilano Dr. Robert Auerbach Dr. Masahiko Awaji Mr. Jacob B. Bade Dr. Eugenio Perez Molphe Balch Ms. Libby M. Bernal Dr.Delia R. Bethell Dr. Raj P. Bhatt Dr. Carl F. Blackman Dr. Ronald...

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New Members

SIVB Welcomes Its New Members in 2005! Jim Allnut, Arbor-Gen Nazilia Azizbekov, Golden State Bulb Growers Lisa Baker, Dow Agrosciences Amy Boros, Phyton Biotech David Chancellor, University of Pittsburgh Mary Cook, ArborGen Cindy Crane, The Noble Foundation James Crowley, Monsanto Company Edward Doolin, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia François Eudes, AAFC – LRC Cristina Garcia, Ateneo de Manila University Gerald Hall, Phyton Biotech Claire Hobbs, Walberton Nursery Nathan Kaller, University of Florida Christina Kerksieck Jaspal Khurana Joo Young Kim, University of Tennessee Tiffani Larrimore, Phyton Biotech Kevin Lutke, Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Fernanda Mendes-da-Glória, Centro de Energia Nuclear na...

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