Frontiers in Reproductive Epigenetics is a one-day symposium that tackles the the most exciting emerging topics at the intersection of two disciplines—reproductive biology and epigenetics. It is co-hosted by Van Andel Research Institute and Michigan State University College of Human Medicine to not only highlight the latest research but also to promote a collaborative scientific spirit.

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Ronald L. Chandler, Ph.D.—Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
Asgi T. Fazleabas, Ph.D.—Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
Peter A. Jones, Ph.D., D.Sc.—Van Andel Research Institute
Richard E. Leach, M.D., FACOG, FACS—Michigan State University College of Human Medicine
Gerd P. Pfeifer, Ph.D.—Van Andel Research Institute
Piroska E. Szabó, Ph.D.—Van Andel Research Institute

Refund requests must be made in writing to Frontiers in Reproductive Epigenetics by May 1, 2017. After May 1, refund requests will not be honored. If you are not able to attend, a substitute may attend in your place. The name and email address of the substitute must be emailed to beth.resau@vai.org prior to May 1, 2017. If you do not attend the program and do not submit a written refund request, Frontiers in Reproductive Epigenetics will retain all registration fees. Email all cancellation requests/substitutions/ registration questions to Beth Resau at beth.resau@vai.org. Refund requests will be addressed within five business days. In the event the symposium is cancelled, full refunds will be given to all registrants.

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is an independent biomedical research and science education organization committed to improving the health and enhancing the lives of current and future generations. Established by Jay and Betty Van Andel in 1996 in Grand Rapids, Michigan, VAI has grown into a premier research and educational institution that supports the work of more than 270 scientists, educators and staff. Van Andel Research Institute (VARI), VAI’s research division, is dedicated to determining the epigenetic, genetic, molecular and cellular origins of cancer, Parkinson’s and other diseases and translating those findings into effective therapies. The Institute’s scientists work in on-site laboratories and participate in collaborative partnerships that span the globe. Learn more about Van Andel Institute or donate by visiting www.vai.org. 100% To Research, Discovery & Hope®

MSU-CHM-HSigSince 1964, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine has drawn upon MSU’s land grant values to educate exemplary physicians, discover and disseminate new knowledge and respond to the needs of the medically underserved in communities throughout Michigan. The medical school’s statewide footprint includes seven community campuses: Flint, Grand Rapids, Lansing, Midland Regional, Southeast Michigan, Traverse City and the Upper Peninsula Region. The college is home to a nationally recognized research program in Women’s Health. For more information, visit the Michigan State University College of Human Medicine website at humanmedicine.msu.edu.