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Maternal-Fetal Crosstalk: Harmony vs. Conflict
October 4 - October 8, 2017
Westin Washington, DC City Center, Washington, DC, USA


Dorotheah Obiri
Institute: est African Centre for Cell Biology of Infectious
Country: Ghana
Phone: 545248219
Fax: 545248219
Email: dorotheah2002@yahoo.com
Smoking Preference: Non-Smoker
Gender: Female
Comments: Kindly contact me if you are interested in room share to cut cost. Thanks

Nayara de Carvalho Leite
Institute: Harvard
Country: United States
Phone: 6178526391
Fax: 6178526391
Email: nayaracleite@gmail.com
Smoking Preference: Non-Smoker
Gender: Female

Xiangxiang Jiang
Institute: Institute of Zoology
Country: China
Phone: 8618810332066
Fax: 86-01064807189
Email: jiangxx@ioz.ac.cn
Smoking Preference: Non-Smoker
Gender: Male
Comments: I am finding a man to share a room with me, thanks.

Disclaimer:
This bulletin board is offered as a roommate referral service only. You must contact potential roommates to agree on a shared room. If you want to share lodging, you must indicate the name(s) of your share members and send all of your Lodging Reservation Forms to the resort together. Each person must pay a deposit of the first night's room and tax, and complete one form per person. If the other party in your unit cancels or does not show up at the conference, you are responsible for the full unit rate for the entire stay. Keystone Symposia is not responsible for incorrect or insufficient information. Keystone Symposia and all resorts and hotels are exempt from any liability that may result from sharing a room.

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