Archive for November, 2010
Southern California Primate Research Forum:
The Upcoming Forum
Primate disease transmission & conservation
13 November 2010
San Diego State University
Little Theater, Room 161
Directions and Parking
- Sign in
- Welcome (Erin Riley, Norm Rosen)
- Ronald R. Swaisgood (ICR/San Diego Zoo)
We are the science of saving species?
- Coffee Break
- David Morgan (Lincoln Park Zoo/WCS)
Consequences of Sustainable Forestry and Conservation Efforts on Western Lowland Gorillas and Chimpanzees in northern Republic of Congo
- Erin Riley – Lunch directions
- Peter Scull (Colgate University)
Modeling infectious Disease in Uganda Mountain Gorillas
- James H. Jones (Stanford University)
SIV Pathogenicity in Wild Chimpanzees
- Crickette Sanz (Washington University, St Louis)
Ape Health in Northern Congo: Continuing Concerns and Emerging Threats
ADMISSION: Free to SDSU students with ID; other students $7 (with ID); $12 general admission. Pay at the door.
Please RSVP to Erin Riley at firstname.lastname@example.org for headcount purposes.
FREE PARKING at Parking Structure #4, Levels 1 & 2 ONLY. Directions: From these levels, go up to Level 4 and cross the pedestrian bridge towards the Starbucks at West Commons.
SCPRF Advisory Committee: Norm Rosen (SCPRF/CSUF), Raffaella Commitante(CSUF), Peter Fashing (CSUF), Lynne Miller(Mira Costa College), Jim Moore (UCSD), Nga Nguyen(CSUF), Erin Riley(SDSU)
Beginning in November 2006, SCPRF plans to host a poster session at the November Forum only; this will be a regular feature of the Nov. Forum, so participants can plan ahead. If you are interested, please see the guidelines below and direct inquiries to Lynne Miller.
The poster session is an excellent venue for Undergraduate and Master’s level students to present their research and gain experience in a friendly and low pressure context. The poster session will convene during the one hour afternoon coffee break.
Please note: poster content does not have to reflect the meeting topic; we will consider posters presenting information on a wide range of subject matter.
This poster session continues to be a great success and we would like very much to see it continue. If you are a student, or know of a student, who is ready to present, please submit names and proposed titles to
- Lynne Miller email@example.com
Space will be limited, the earlier you respond the more likely we can include the poster.
Posters should be mounted on folding poster boards measuring 36″ X 48″ (when folded they measure 36″ X 24″) which can be purchased at most office supplies stores. General guidelines for how to put a poster together can be found atwww.asp.org/education/howto_onPosters.html or at http://faculty.ucr.edu/~maryb/poster.htm