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NIH/USDA Workshop: Advantages of Agriculturally Important Domestic Species as Biomedical Models

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April 19-20, 2007


Reproductive Sciences (RS) Branch, Center for Population Research (CPR), NICHD; National Institute of General Medical Sciences; National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute; National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease; NIH Office of Extramural Research; Michigan State University; and USDA Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES)


Lister Hill Auditorium, NIH Main Campus, Bethesda, Maryland


Because agriculturally important domestic species have enormous value both to biomedicine and agriculture and may currently be underutilized as biomedical models, the NIH and USDA are holding this meeting for NIH and USDA extramural staff to discuss issues related to this topic. To learn more about the objectives, steering committee, agenda, and speakers, visit External Web Site Policy.


Dr. Lou DePaolo, RS Branch, CPR, NICHD
Tel: (301) 435-6970

Last Reviewed: 11/30/2012

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