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Notice

AISB event Bulletin Item

CFP: IMAGE ANALYSIS AND IN VIVO PHARMACOLOGY

http://www.iavp.info

IAVP 2nd Announcement - and call for abstracts.

After the very successful 1st conference in 2005, the 2nd conference on
IMAGE ANALYSIS AND IN VIVO PHARMACOLOGY will be held in Roskilde, Denmark
on 12-14 April 2007.

The conference focuses on the use of quantitative imaging in the interface
of research and drug development.

The vision of the conference is to bring together experts in a
multidiciplinary setting - more specifically:
1. *Biologists* with a highly specialized knowledge about their research
applications
2. *Imaging* specialists with knowledge about how to visualize and image
the phenomena of interest
3. *Image analysis* specialists with knowledge about how to characterizes
and quantify the imaged structures and phenomena.

Please note that in order to assure sufficient interaction and networking
the number of participants is limited to 150.

You are invited to submit abstracts for discussion on current research,
trials in progress and/or studies in planning and dealing with image
analysis and in vivo pharmacology. Abstract submission deadline: 2
February 2007.

For more detailed information, please download the 2nd announcement flyer
from: http://www.iavp.info/pdf/IAVP_2_announcement.pdf

Also, please visit the IAVP homepage at: http://www.iavp.info


Sincerely,

Bjarne Kjr Ersbll
chairman of IAVP.