Hypoxia/Mountain Medicine Scientist/Clinician:
You have previously been to the International Hypoxia Symposia or one of our sister meetings regarding mountain medicine. As a fellow scientist/clinician interested in the effects of hypoxia, we want to inform you of the latest developments regarding the upcoming Hypoxia and Cancer 2011 meeting.
If you interest is in all aspects of Hypoxia, then we think you will find fascinating talks and posters throughout the meeting. If you interests are more in Mountain Medicine, then the Hot Topics in Mountain Medicine and Hot Topics in Hypoxia, plus the many posters on mountain medicine will be important for you.
If you have never been to Hypoxia, ask someone who has. Most will tell you that it is one of the best meetings in the world for making new collaborations, renewing old collaborations, and learning new, intriguing and stimulating ideas to push your research and clinical work ahead. The meeting will be held at the stunning Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise in Alberta, Canada.
Hypoxia 2011 presents you with a great opportunity to network with clinicians and basic scientists with a strong interest and decades of experience studying hypoxia. World experts in hypoxia research don’t miss the International Hypoxia Symposia.
Plenary sessions will include: Hypoxia And Its Role In Cancer Biology; Epigenetics And Cancer; The Impact Of Hypoxia In Cancer Biology And Treatment; Cerebrovascular Regulation In Hypoxia ; Causes, Consequences And Treatment Of Sleep-Induced Periodic Breathing; Hypoxia And The Adrenergic Nervous System; Oxygen And Evolution; Future Directions: Hypoxia.
Invited Speakers will include: Till Acker; Stephen Archer; Keith Burgess; Jerry Dempsey; Joachim Fandrey; Amato Giaccia; Grant Gordon; Alexander Gourine; Jeffrey Graham; Jon Harrison; Zdenko Herceg; Shahrokh Javaheri; Mike Milosevic; Tomasz Owerkowicz; Marc Poulin; Jacques Pouyssegur; Sudarshan Rajagopal; Jean Paul Richalet; Stefano Rimoldi; Mikael Sander; Claudio Sartori; Jay Storz; Erik Swenson; John West
Early registration and abstract submission are open for Hypoxia 2011 through this coming Friday, January 7th 2011.
Free communications will be selected by an international jury from submitted abstracts.
We are very excited to be offering a completely new program on Hypoxia and Cancer for the 2011 meeting. The theme of Hypoxia and Cancer will be presented with our signature approach to integrative and translational medicine and physiology. Many other additional topics will be covered throughout the 5 days in Lake Louise.
See the program highlights here (http://bit.ly/gLuBJP).