Race You to Indianapolis!

The 2007 In Vitro Biology Meeting is fast approaching. This year the meeting will be held in The Circle City, Indianapolis, Indiana from June 9-13, 2007. The Program Committee has assembled a superb scientific program. With symposia topics ranging from Stem Cell Technology to Vaccine Development to Gene Expression, the 2007 Meeting clearly offers something for everybody. The sessions will feature presentations from speakers on the absolute forefront of scientific discovery and technological advances. We are especially pleased to be able to announce that David A. Wolf, American astronaut and a veteran of three space shuttle missions and an extended stay aboard the Mir space station, as our keynote speaker.

Indianapolis is a fascinating and exciting city to visit. The meeting will be held in the Westin Indianapolis. Ideally located in the heart of the city, the Westin Indianapolis is connected via covered sky-bridge to the Indiana Convention Center, RCA Dome, and Circle Center Mall, which boasts hundreds of specialty shops, restaurants, and attractions for any need. The hotel is within a short walk of the NCAA Hall of Champions and nearby to many of Indianapolis’ most prestigious companies and is adjacent to the RCA Dome, Home of the NFL’s Colts, and within walking distance to Conseco Field house (Indiana Pacers) and Victory Field (Indianapolis Indians).

There is something for everybody from the Indianapolis Speedway to the Museum of Art! Race you to Indianapolis!

John W. Harbell
2007 Program Chair

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