Letter from Nicholas W. Seeds, University of Colorado Health Sciences Center to Marshall W. Nirenberg
Seeds invites Nirenberg to participate in the second Gordon Research Conference on the "Central Nervous System," focusing
on the molecular and cellular factors influencing neural development. Seeds suggests that Nirenberg's participation in
the Synaptogenesis section "will be a special asset to the success of the conference."
We are organizing the second Gordon Research Conference on the "Central Nervous System", which will focus on the molecular
and cellular factors influencing neural development, and will be held June 12-17, 1983, at the Tilton School in Tilton, NH.
We would be very honored if you would be able to participate in this conference: Session 6; Topic - Synaptogenesis.
We will be able to reimburse you for part of your expenses with funds made available from the Gordon Research Conference.
Although additional funding is being sought, we will not know of its availability until next spring; therefore, we suggest
that you seek travel funds from other sources if possible.
We would be most grateful if you would let us know of your decision at your earliest convenience (and a tentative title for
your presentation). A tentative program is enclosed for your information. Additional participants will be invited to present
poster sessions. As you probably know, the aim of the Gordon Research Conference is non-formal with total participation in
discussion between speakers, discussion leaders and audience.
Your participation will be a special asset to the success of the Conference, and we are looking forward to your acceptance.