Interested in cell cycle? Circadian rhythms? Metabolism? Neuronal development? Cancer?

Register today for Friday's 13th Annual Cell & Molecular Biology (CMB) Symposium, "What Goes Around Comes Around: Biological Oscillators in Human Health and Disease", sponsored by the CMB Graduate Program.

Our stellar speakers (Joseph S. Takahashi, Paolo Sassone-Corsi, Jacqueline Lees, Peter Sicinski) will discuss their research on themes of circadian rhythms, cell cycle and how these factors influence development and disease.

As always, the Symposium will take place at the George Watts Hill Alumni Center on the UNC-CH campus, on the first Friday in January, which is Jan. 7, from 10 am to 4 pm.  The agenda includes two talks, lunch (free to advance registrants!) and student posters, then two more talks.

For more information on the symposium, and to register, please go to the CMB homepage at http://www.cmb.unc.edu.  There you'll find a link to register.  For additional information, you can also link from there to the "2011 Symposium page".

Questions?  Feel free to email me or Justin English, CMB President (justingenglish@gmail.com).