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EAST-TO-WEST IRON CLUB
(EWIC) 2016

The next EWIC meeting will be held in Philadelphia, PA, October 27th – 28th, 2016, hosted by Stefano Rivella (Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and University of Pennsylvania) and EWIC Chair Bryan Mackenzie (University of Cincinnati).

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Job Posting
Postdoctoral Position Available at the National Institutes of Health

Posted: July 6, 2016
Postdoctoral position available to study the distribution and utilization of iron cofactor within mammalian cells and tissues.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS

Diane Ward and Jerry Kaplan have the “flatiron” mouse, which harbors a mutation in one allele of the ferroportin gene that gives rise to an amino acid change H32R resulting in ferroportin disease Blood. 2007 May 15;109(10):4174-80 and Development. 2010 Sep;137(18):3079-88. This mutation was generated by Irene Zohn in the lab of Lee Niswander and is on the C3H background. Dr. Zohn has agreed to share the mice publicly. We are no longer working with this mouse and wondered if anyone was interested in obtaining breeder pairs. If you are interested please contact Diane Ward by email diane.mcveyward@path.utah.edu ASAP as we will be terminating the colony within the next two months. (Posted: May 24, 2016)

 

BIOIRON 2017

7TH MEETING OF THE INTERNATIONAL BIOIRON SOCIETY
May 7 – 11, 2017

UCLA

BioIron 2017 will be in Los Angeles, at UCLA, at the Luskin Conference Center, on May 7 – 11, 2017.

Call for Abstracts
Opens: July 1, 2016
Closes: December 15, 2016

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International BioIron Society
Two Woodfield Lake
1100 E. Woodfield Road, Suite 350
Schaumburg, IL 60173
P: 847-517-7225 | F: 847-517-7229
info@bioiron.org

The International Bioiron Society (IBIS) was founded to advance knowledge about the biological and medical roles of iron and the processes in which it participates with particular reference to those processes of medical and industrial importance. IBIS's specific objectives are to provide a forum for discussions, to promote research and its publication and advance public education on iron chemistry and biology as well as on disorders due to iron deprivation or excess

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