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Heterogeneity Amongst Splenic Stromal Cell Lines Which Support Dendritic Cell Hematopoiesis The hematopoiesis of dendritic cells (DC) supported by splenic stroma has been studied in this laboratory since the early 90s. As a PhD student in the lab, Keping Ni first developed a culture system which continuously produced cells with DC characteristics. This finding occurred well before we knew markers to distinguish this cell type, and before specific antibodies became available. Over time, the maintenance of progenitors within the stromal matrix was evident. A number of studies then showed the production of immature myeloid DC by a number of...

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SciNews

    News from the In Vitro Animal Cell Sciences Section Professor Kim O’Connor recently received the Tulane Health Sciences Award for Leadership & Excellence in Intercampus Collaborative Research and was awarded as principal investigator a $ 496,381 grant from the National Science Foundation on adult bone marrow stem cells. Associate Professor Michael J. Fay was awarded, as principal investigator, a $209,935 grant from the National Institutes of Health/National Cancer Institute entitled “Use of RNAi to investigate cullin-5 function in breast cancer.” Dr. Fay was also recently promoted to Director of Biomedical Sciences at Midwestern University (Downers Grove,...

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Welcome from the New Editors

Welcome to the July 2006 issue of the In Vitro Report. As new co-editors of the newsletter, we would like to introduce ourselves and invite you to submit “anything” of interest to the SIVB and its members for inclusion in future issues. Dr. Carol M. Stiff was involved in research and teaching in her previous life and now is President and CEO of her company, Kitchen Culture Kits, Inc. (www.kitchenculturekit.com) and can be reached by email at kck@turbonet.com. Dr. Michael J. Fay is an Associate Professor of Pharmacology at Midwestern University in Downers Grove, IL. He can be reached...

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President’s Report

Thanks to the hard work of Past-President, David Altman, and his Board of Directors and Executive Committee, I inherit a Society which is no longer deficit spending and is slowly but surely becoming financially healthy. The 2006 Annual Meeting was both a financial and scientific success. Special thanks for such an excellent meeting to Mark Jordan and his Program Committee as well as to David Songstad and his Development Committee. Another major achievement during David’s tenure was the publishing agreement with Springer. Both of our journals are now under one umbrella and I expect to see improvements in circulation...

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Highlights from the 2006 SIVB Meeting

The 2006 In Vitro Biology Meeting was held at the Minneapolis Hilton Hotel in Minneapolis, Minnesota from June 3-7. The meeting focused on a wide range of topics and issues of interest to both Plant Biotechnology and In Vitro Animal Cell Sciences Sections of the Society. A total of 331 scientists from 15 countries attended the scientific meeting and interacted with exhibitor representatives. This year SIVB again offered free registration to Students and 77 took advantage of this opportunity. Continuing the successful format first started in 2005 the meeting was kicked off each day by a Society wide plenary...

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  • President’s Report

    The first annual meeting as the new society president was both exciting and humbling. Even after decades in the society, I never appreciated the full ...
  • 2018 In Vitro Biology Meeting Summary

    The 2018 SIVB Conference was held from June 2nd to June 6th, 2018, in Saint Louis, Missouri, at the Hyatt at the Arch in downtown ...
  • CAST Gene Editing Paper Presented at 2018 SIVB Meeting

    CAST officially rolled out its much-anticipated Issue Paper #60–Genome Editing in Agriculture: Methods, Applications, and Governance–on July 9 in Washington, D.C. On June 4 in St. ...
  • 2018 Meeting Supporters

    2018 Meeting SupportersThe 2018 Planning Committee acknowledges the contributions and donations received from the following companies, organizations and individuals for their support of the 2018 In Vitro ...
  • 2018 Lifetime Achievement Award

    The highest honor given by the Society for In Vitro Biology is the Lifetime Achievement Award. It is presented to scientists who are considered pioneers ...
  • 2018 SIVB Fellow Award

    The Society for In Vitro Biology established the Fellow Award to recognize outstanding professionals who have made significant contributions to the field of in vitro ...
  • 2018 SIVB Distinguished Scientist Award

    The Distinguished Scientist Award recognizes outstanding mid-career scientists who have made significant contributions to the field of in vitro biology and/or in the development of ...
  • 2018 Distinguished Service Award

    Distinguished Service Awards have been chosen most years since 1993 by the President or Past President of the Society to members who have given extraordinary ...
  • 2018 Student Awards

    The following student awards were presented at the 2018  In Vitro Biology Meeting in Saint Louis, MO. Information on additional awardees at the 2018 Meeting ...
  • 2018 Plant Biotechnology Post Doctoral Oral Presentation Competition

    To support the Society’s vision to encourage education and scientific informational exchange and recognize outstanding post docs, the Plant Biotechnology Section held a Plant Biotechnology ...
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