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SIT: RRS2015 Workshop Program Announced

Monday, March 30, 2015   (0 Comments)
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SIT WORKSHOP PROGRAM ANNOUNCED
SIT WORKSHOP: Friday, September 18, 8:00 AM - 5:45 PM
The tentative 2015 SIT Workshop agenda is now available. Your program chair Paul Black has arranged an excellent full day pre-conference workshop
. VIEW TENTATIVE SCHEDULE
NEED A TRAVEL AWARD?
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
The March 31st deadline for abstract submission is quickly approaching. We want to award you - so submit now! All abstracts must be submitted online using the official abstract submission site. These links are found under the "Events" tab as well as under the "News" section on www.radres.org. You may directly access these links here: Call for Scientific Papers  and Abstract Submission
SCIENTIFIC EVENT OF THE YEAR: PROGRAM UNVEILED!
The 61st Annual Meeting of the Radiation Research Society will be held in Weston, Florida on September 19-22, 2015, with the RRS Scholars-in-Training Workshop on September 18, 2015. Registration opens next week, Wednesday, April 1, 2015. Members of the Program Committee have put together an outstanding scientific program, including world-class plenary speakers, a debate session, interdisciplinary symposia and workshops covering the state of the art in radiological sciences. VIEW PROGRAM
COLOR RETURNS TO ANNUAL DEBATES
RRS proudly returns to the tradition of days gone by, when the annual debates were full of fun, colorful characters and controversy. In 2015 RRS reinstates the original name, The Painter Debates in honor of the late Robert PainterBob was so well known for encouraging open and free discussion that the Radiation Research Society initiated the ''Painter Debate'' which addressed controversial topics at its annual meeting.

Join us Saturday, September 19th for the annual Painter Debate. This year's topic: "This House Believes that Radiation Does Not Offer Any Carcinogenic Risk to Astronauts", argued by Doug Boreham (Pro) and Michael Weil (Con) with introduction by Martin Brown.
 


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