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24 Nov 2005 - 09 Apr 2022
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This biannual meeting is intended to be both a reunion of old friends and an opportunity to make new friends. In addition to invited speakers, all participants are invited to submit an abstract of your noteworthy work. The abstract will be used for two purposes. The first is to be included in the secure CBIS websites, accessible only for CBIS members and participating PI. The second is to serve as the basis to select topics for a lunch time roundtable discussion session. We introduced this new feature to help members gain better familiarities with each other's science. We welcome volunteers to serve as leaders of this session. If you are interested in participating the meeting, please complete meeting registration as early as possible. For those CBI lifetime members, please use our online meeting registration. If you are not a CBI member, you can either use our online meeting registration($300) for a combination of annual membership and meeting registration, or use our membership registration form to register a membership(either annual or lifetime) before using online meeting registration.
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The Chinese Biological Investigators Society (CBIS) gratefully announce that it has recently received very kind and generous donations from the Ray Wu Estate and Trust a total of $359,699.67. CBIS will set up an endowment fund to support its operation and awards in Dr. Wu's name.
Dr. Ray Wu was a Professor at Cornell University and a pioneer in the field of molecular biology. Among his numerous transformative contributions to biology, Dr. Wu was the first to sequence DNA and was responsible for development of many methods in molecular biology. He was also the leader in transgenic technology to development new strains of rice crops.
Dr. Wu was a tireless advocate for Biological Science and Chinese Biologists. The members of CBIS of course remember most fondly of Dr. Wu for establishing the CUSBIA program that brought more than four hundreds outstanding students from mainland China to top US Universities. Many of the students have now become international leaders of biomedical research and served as bridge for China to the outside world. The CUSBEA program also provided an opportunity for major US universities to realize the remarkable talent and diligence Chinese students, very positively influencing the policy and decision of subsequent recruitment of Chinese students for non-CUSBEA program.
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