Newsletter Archive

BIO SNPs Volume 6 Number 3
March 10, 2008

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BIO SNPs Volume 4 Number 2
October 15, 2007
 
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BIO SNPs Volume 5 Number 1
April 23, 2007
 
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BIO SNPs Volume 4 Number 2
March 2, 2005
 
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BIO SNPs Volume 4 Number 1
October 13, 2004
 
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BIO SNPs Volume 4 Number 2
October 13, 2004
 
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BIO SNPs Volume 3 Number 3
August 11, 2003
 
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BIO SNPs Volume 3 Number 2
July 24, 2002
 
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BIO SNPs Volume 3 Number 1
March 24, 2002
 
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BIO SNPs Volume 2 Number 1
June 20, 2001
 
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BIO SNPs Volume 2 Number 2
June 1, 2001

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BIO SNPs Volume 1 Number 3
February 9, 2001
 
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BIO SNPs Volume 1 Number 2
October 12, 2000
 
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BIO SNPs Volume 1 Number 1
June 21, 2000
 
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Events and Conferences

AMDeC and the Empire State Report Magazine present BIOETHICAL ISSUES RAISED BY THE MAPPING OF THE HUMAN GENOME
February 19, 2003
This confrance will be held on Wednesday, March 19, 2003, at the Albany Crowne Plaza Hotel featuring a luncheon keynote address by The Honorable Sheldon Silver, Speaker of the New YorkState Assembly and Actor/Director/Activist Christopher Reeve.

Presenters will explore the ever-changing landscape of biomedical research since the mapping of the human genome, as well as introduce possible avenues to further New YorkState's presence in biomedicine andbiotechnology. Join government and industry leaders as they explore the important scientific, ethical, and legal issues arising from stem cell research, gene therapy, genetic engineering and genetic testing.

Please click on the title above for more information and a list of speakers or click here to register for the conference online.
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AMDeC’s Microarray Resource Center Offers Gene Traffic Software Training
January 22, 2003
Please click on the title above to receive information on training session dates and locations for Iobian’s Gene Traffic Software.
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Special Topics

AMDeC Framework
July 6, 2007
 
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Web Disclamer
July 5, 2007
 
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InTraGen History and Rationale
July 5, 2007
 
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NYCP History and Updates
July 5, 2007
 
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NYCP Publications
July 5, 2007
 
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NYCP Research Resource
July 5, 2007
 
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Microarray Resource Center
July 5, 2007

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Project Watch: the Official Newsletter of the New York Cancer Project
April 19, 2001
Click on the title above for the latest edition of PROJECT WATCH, the New York Cancer Project newsletter. PROJECT WATCH, distributed every six months to Cancer Project participants, provides up-to-date information and news on the New York Cancer Project.  
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT THE NEW YORK CANCER PROJECT
October 17, 2000
Click on the title above and get answers to frequently asked questions about the New York Cancer Project, one of AMDeC's large-scale collaborative research projects. 
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New York's Choice: Leader or Laggard in Biomedical Research and Biotechnology
June 21, 2000
This report, released by AMDeC, describes New York's increasingly precarious ability to be a major plaer in biormedical research generally, and the genomics research arena specifically, in large part because othere states are significantly outpacing New ork in their investment in genomics and biomedical research. The report traces the State's steady decline in biomedical research as measred by such key indicators as funding from the National Institutes of Health to New York institutions. 
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Transforming Biomedical Science and the New Era of Medicine in New York: A Proposal to Implement a Five-Year Strategic Initiative for Human Genetics Research in New York State
December 15, 1999
Leading researchers from AMDeC member institutions developed a strategic initiative in genetics and genomics research designed to establish New York as a global leader for this growing and critical area of medical science. This initiative is the centerpiece of AMDeC's efforts to foster biomedical research in New York State. AMDeC's strategic initiative, which is intended to be fully realized within five years (2005), includes a four-part strategy that addresses the full spectrum of medical science, from basic science through the development of clinical applications that incorporate knowledge about gene structure and function in treating disease. The four elements to AMDeC's strategic initiative in human genetics are: 1) development of core facilities; 2) technology development; 3) facilitating access to patient populations and support to novel gene-based therapeutics; and 4) training and grants to support scientists.
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