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NABS 2011 Abstract Due Now!

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Posted: 1/20/2011
Expiration Date: 1/20/2021

Its that time - If you are planning to present a paper, in contributed or special sessions, or as a poster at NABS 2011 in Providence, you must submit your abstract by midnight, Central USA Standard Time, Friday January 21, 2011. See information about the meeting and directions for submission through the NABS website (http://www.benthos.org/Annual-Meeting.aspx).
Looking forward to seeing you there!

In addition to registering for the meeting, we also encourage you to please vote for our next society president and also to complete the brief survey on the NABS name change. The Presidential ballot and name change survey are being conducted online from December 15, 2010 through January 21, 2011. Please go to https://www.benthos.org/Society-Business.aspx to vote and conduct the survey.

As many of you know, one of our own, Dr. Pat Muholland is battling ALS. This year, in honor of Pat and the many others fighting this horrible disease, we, as a scientific society, hope to raise awareness, and money to support ALS research. This year, our annual fun run and volleyball tournament will be events staged to benefit the Rhode Island Chapter of the ALS Association (http://webri.alsa.org/). If you want to support this effort now, please visit the ALS Rhode Island Chapter web page, click on the "Welcome to NABS Members" link near the top of the page, and see our Community of Hope Fund page to donate. More on this effort will come later. Thanks for your support.

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