The 2010 ENEBC will be held on Saturday, 10 April 2010 in the John Joseph Moakley Center for Technological Applications.
For directions to the Moakley Center, click here.
The conference will begin at 8:00 AM and will run through 4:00 PM. There will be space for both poster and oral presentations. Events will run throughout the day; lunch and refreshments will be provided.
Schedule Information and Presenter Abstracts
Only a limited number of Schedule Details will be available in hard copy on the day of the Conference. In the interest in cutting down on the amount of paper we expend during the event, we suggest printing out the PDF of the Conference Overview and consulting the Complete Conference Schedule (to determine exactly when you or someone you want to see will be presenting. You can jot down important times and rooms. BSC students and faculty will be on hand to give aid and direction as well.
Click here to view or print the complete collection of Presenter Abstracts. Presenters are listed alphabetically by last name. For presentations by groups of students, use the last name of the first presenter to locate the abstract. To quickly find any presenter, simply type in a last name in the "search" function.
Information on Putting Together your Poster or Oral Presentation
For information on the development of posters, including size guidelines, click here: http://www.bridgew.edu/ATP/aboutPosters.cfm.Information is also available on oral presentations and the use of Powerpoints at http://www.bridgew.edu/ATP/pdfDocs/OralPresGuide.pdf. Oral presenters should plan on 10 minutes of presentation. Time for questions is scheduled in to the program over and above that time limit.
2010ENEBC@BSC Keynote Speaker: Dr. William Baldwin
This year's keynote address, entitled "CAR Drives Chemical Sensitivity," will be given by Dr. William Baldwin, Associate Professor in the Department of Biological Sciences at Clemson University. Dr. Baldwin earned a PhD in Toxicology from North Carolina State University in 1995 and was awarded a Post-doctoral Fellowship working on Molecular Carcinogenesis for the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences in 1997. Dr. Baldwin's current research focuses on an organism ability to adapt to environmental stressors such as foreign chemicals and toxic endobiotics. Nuclear receptors such as CAR and PXR in mammals and HR96 in invertebrates are important in inducing protective enzymes and helping organisms adapt to environmental stressors. Dr. Baldwin's laboratory uses a variety of techniques including lifecycle testing, transactivation assays, transgenic technologies, siRNA, bioinformatics, microarrays and Q-PCR to study how organisms adapt to toxicants. In turn, we are involved in the Fundulus and Daphnia Genomics Consortiums. For more information on current research see http://www.clemson.edu/cafls/departments/biosci/faculty_staff/baldwin_w.html.
Last Modified: April 9, 2010