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Annual Meeting 2023 
March 15-18, 2023

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Programming

 

Publishing and Access to Federally Funded Research

  • Rick Sumner (Rush University), instigator – “Intro”

  • Darla Henderson (Director, FASEB Open Science and Research Integrity and Director, Publications) – “Overview of the New Research Landscape”

  • Jessica Tucker (National Institutes of Health, Acting Deputy Director, Office of Science Policy) – “Review of the Office of Science Technology Policy Memo on Ensuring Free, Immediate, and Equitable Access to Federally Funded Research”

  • Jessica Sebeok  (Vice President for Global Government Partnerships & Public Policy, Wiley) -- “title of talk TBD”

  • AAA Journal Editors recorded Q&A (Paul Trainor, Heather Smith and Jason Organ – “Open Access for the AAA Journals”

  • Panel discussion – What could possibly go wrong?

Technology in Research, promises and pitfalls of single cell analysis and spatial transcriptomics 

  • Gary Bassell (Emory University), organizer – “Intro”

  • Zachary McEachin (Emory University) – “Multiomic analysis of C9orf72 ALS/FTD during disease progression”

  • Leilani Marty-Santos (Spatial Science and Technology Advisor, 10X Genomics) – “Advancements in single cell and spatial profiling of complex tissues at new resolutions”

  • Amy R. Johnson (Technical Specialist, Spatial Platforms, NanoString Technologies) – "Spatial Transcriptomics and Proteomics at Any Scale: GeoMx Digital Spatial Profiler and CosMx Spatial Molecular Imager"

  • Member short talks on use of single cell analysis and spatial transcriptomics

  • Panel discussion – What could possibly go wrong?

Technology in Teaching – promises and pitfalls of virtual reality

Sponsored by Toltech

  • Bruce Wainman (McMaster University), organizer – “Intro to VR”

  • Tim Wilson (Western University) – “The Tale of the Sensory Modalities: Eye, Hands, and Ears”

  • Jennifer McBride (Baylor College of Medicine) – “Are we there yet? The long path to developing virtual reality learning modules”

  • Maureen Stabio (University of Colorado) – “Leveraging Limitations: Virtual Reality from Community Outreach to Resident Training”

  • Hands on gear demo and playground session

  • Panel discussion – What could possibly go wrong?

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