[Source: PRNewswire] – Scientists from the United States and other nations including Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain, Myanmar, the Philippines and Indonesia are meeting Saturday through Wednesday, July 25 through 29, 2009 at Flagstaff’s Radisson Woodlands Hotel to share research findings that will determine the future emphasis for humane animal population management worldwide.
On Sunday morning, Mayor Sara Presler will welcome those in attendance to Flagstaff, the city of innovation, where SenesTech was founded in 2002 by Drs. Loretta Mayer and Cheryl Dyer. Along with Dr. Lyn Hinds, the Senior Principal Research Scientist of the Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and other prominent guests, Drs. Mayer and Dyer will present and lead group sessions through the Chemical Acceleration of Ovarian Senescence symposium, which will end Wednesday in a plenary session that will determine the research goals for the coming year.