Presentation on theme: "International Symposium on Pollutant Responses in Marine Organisms"— Presentation transcript:
1 International Symposium on Pollutant Responses in Marine Organisms Registration feesVenue15thInternational Symposium onPollutantResponses in Marine Organisms(PRIMO15)Bordeaux, chief town of Aquitaine, has an important inheritage left by the 18th century which was the golden age for the city. In Bordeaux, gastronomy, wines and the art of living are held of the pride of place. The numerous restaurants offer extremely diversified range of top quality regional and international cuisine. Its vineyards cover a wide range diversity of appellations (Saint Emilion, Médoc, Graves, Sauternes) and multiplicity of Chateaux where famous wines are produced.The registration fees include attendance to all platform sessions, abstract book/CD, special issue of Marine Environmental Research, coffee breaks (x6), lunches (x3), Wine and Cheese Party, Town Hall reception and bus transportation. The guided Tour in a Wine Chateau and the Symposium dinner require on site confirmed registration.Registration on: primo15.ism.u-bordeaux1.frContact : Mrs N. LavaudTel: Fax:Conference Venue:Palais des Congrès de BordeauxBoulevard Jean Gabriel Doumergue Bordeaux.Contact : Mrs C. Beharitch-LealTel: Fax:The Bordeaux Congress hall is located 15km from Mérignac International Airport ( direct highway), 10 km from the Railway Station and 5 km from City Downtown ( easy access by tramway and bus facilities)Hotel Registration:A large range of hotels from 1 star (50 €) to 4 stars (200 €) are available in a walking distance from the Congress Centre and also in Bordeaux Downtown.Direct on-line registration on the site:Contact: Mrs N. LavaudTel: Fax:Before April 1After April 1Full participant500€650€Graduate student300€350€Accompanying person (social events included)150€200€Short courses half- a-day (material and coffee breaks included)100€Guided Wine tour & Symposium Dinner40€80€Organised byUniversity of Le Havre,University of Bordeauxand CNRSMaterial ExhibitionConference contactLocated in the heart of the Conference Hall, an exhibition will allow consultants, industrial companies, service suppliers, equipment manufacturers and publishers to present activities, equipment and know-how.Contact : Mrs C. Beharitch-LealTel: Fax :C. Minier, LEMA, Université du Havre.25, rue Philippe Lebon - BP LE HAVRE Cedex.Tel: Fax: P. Garrigues, ISM Université Bordeaux 1351 Cours de la Libération Talence Cedex.Tel: Fax:website:Bordeaux, MayBordeaux Congress Centre
2 International Scientific Committee About the ConferenceInternational Scientific CommitteeScientific ProgrammeThe PRIMO 15 Conference will be held in the Bordeaux Congress Centre. PRIMO meetings take place on a biennial basis alternatively in Europe or on the American Continent. This is the first time that it will be held in France. The aim of this conference is to bring together scientists from academia, private and governmental institutes to deal with integrated approaches in all the aspects of aquatic toxicology both marine and freshwater from molecular to ecosystem level.The Conference will include parallel sessions of oral and poster presentations. A non-exhaustive list of major topics proposed for communications is given below:Emerging compoundsMechanisms of ToxicityGenotoxicology/ carcinogenicityOmicsEcotoxicology in specific environmentsEndocrine disruptionEffects on reproduction and developmentEcological relevance and Multi- stressFreshwater studies are welcome.4 Special PRIMO awards will be attributed to young scientists presenting oral and poster communications.Farida Akcha, France Afonso Bainy, BrazilRebecca van Beneden, ME, USAMaria João Bebianno, PortugalMiren P. Cajaraville, SpainLionel Camus, NorwayKevin Chipman, United KingdomMalin Celander, SwedenDavid Epel, CA, USALars Förlin, SwedenStephen George, United KingdomAnders Goksøyr, NorwayKetil Hylland, NorwayTom Hutchinson, United KingdomMargaret O. James, FL, USAAngela Köhler, GermanyMike Moore, United KingdomCinta Porte, SpainFrancesco Regoli, ItalyAmy H. Ringwood, NC, USADaniel Schlenk, CA, USAJohn Stegeman, MA, USAPeter Thomas, TX, USAAldo Viarengo, ItalyJohn Widdows, United KingdomShort coursesA selection of short courses will be offered prior to the Conference on Sunday May 17. They will cover significant advances in aquatic toxicology: new compounds of interest, bioanalytical strategies, toxicity mechanisms.Update information at:Submission of abstractsTo submit an abstract please post through direct on-line submission atbefore 23th January 2009.Local OrganizingCommitteeCo-chairmen: C. Minier Université du Havreand P. Garrigues, Université de BordeauxUniversité du Havre: Joëlle Forget-Leray, François Leboulenger, Julie Letendre, Perrine Geraudie-Maltret.Université de Bordeaux: Magalie Baudrimont, Jean-Paul Bourdinaud, Jérome Cachot, Xavier de Montaudouin, Bénédicte Morin.Call for papers deadline:February 1rst 2009Abstract acceptance notification:February 15th 2009Conference pre-registration deadline:April 1rst 2009
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