Marwah invites Nirenberg to speak at the National Science Foundation sponsored joint Indo-USA meeting on "Neuroreceptor
Plasticity and Brain Function" to be held in New Delhi. The letter includes a short handwritten postscript.
I am writing to let you know that the National Science Foundation has partly sponsored a joint Indo-USA meeting entitled "Neuroreceptor
Plasticity and Brain Function" to be held in New Delhi, India, April 6-10, 1987. This is an official invitation to you
to be a speaker at this meeting. Your round trip airfare (economy and by American carriers only) between your point of origin
and New Delhi will be covered by the NSF. The All-India Institute of Medical Sciences, through Dr. Sharma and the Indian
government, will cover your hotel, food, and transportation expenses in New Delhi.
If you are willing to accept this invitation, please immediately send me a confirmation, together with a title for your talk
(45 minutes to 1 hour). The proceedings of this meeting will most likely be published as a monograph. At this time, please
note that all American Nationals travelling to India are required to have a valid U.S. passport, as well as a visa, from the
Indian High Commission or Consulate (New York/Washington, D.C., etc.).
I look forward to hearing from you.
Joe Marwah, Ph.D.
[Handwritten postscript:] P.S. Dr Sharma wrote me, saying that you may be available. Please confirm.