Exocytosis Symposium to honor Dr. Ron Holz
Dear Colleagues,

After 42 years at the University of Michigan, Ron Holz will begin the process of phased retirement later this year. To honor his intellectual contributions to the university and to celebrate the many other ways in which he has influenced and inspired us, we are holding a symposium on May 31, 2019, organized around the themes of synaptic communication and exocytosis. The symposium will feature several notable speakers including Manfred Lindau (Cornell; Max-Planck Institute), Stephen Smith (Allen Brain Institute), Thomas Martin (University of Wisconsin), Daniel Axelrod (University of Michigan), and Joshua Zimmerberg (NIH). Many additional details will follow in the coming months, but for now, we simply ask that you "Save the Date" on your calendars for this important occasion.

If you require any further information regarding the symposium, please feel free to email Arun Anantharam (arunanan@umich.edu), or the co-organizers listed below.

Sincerely,

Arun

co-organizers:

Paul Jenkins (pjenkins@umich.edu)
Kevin Bohannon (kevbo@umich.edu)
Prabhodh Abbineni (pabbinen@umich.edu)

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Date: May 31, 2019
Time: 12:00 Noon to 5:00PM, reception to follow
Location: BSRB Kahn Auditorium and ABC Seminar rooms
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