April 24-28 The symposium is section of the Experimental Biology 2010 conference being kept.

Salyer, MD, FACS, FAAP, of the World Craniofacial Basis in Dallas will discuss how he utilized technology in preparing the surgery performed to separate Egyptian conjoined twins Mohamed and Ahmed Ibrahim in 2003. The twins were joined at the top of their heads. Lessons learned from the effective separation and reconstruction of the twins are checking new opportunities for potential work in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine. Douglas Owsley, PhD, Curator and Mind of the Division of Physical Anthropology at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural Background in Washington, D.C., will discuss scientists’ perspective of Kennewick Man, among the earliest skeletons ever within the Americas.In systole, perindopril reduced the progression of aortic dilatation seen in the placebo group. Nevertheless, in diastole, perindopril in fact reduced aortic diameters below baseline levels by an average of between 1.2 and 3. These findings warrant further investigation in a larger, longer-term clinical trial. Known as the DMA Basis Formerly, the new Diet & Foodservice Education Foundation will be highly focused on assisting education for diet and foodservice experts while raising awareness of how the profession helps the public. The Foundation also announced that ANFP Strategic Initiatives Director Kate Dockins will take on the duties of Foundation Director in addition to her strategic planning role at ANFP.