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    Cytokeratin-19 positive, taste receptor cells within a fungiform papilla from the anterior tongue of a rat. Taste bud shows typical morphology, and a full complement of taste receptor cells are evident.

    For additional images see: Developmental Neurobiology, 76,626–641.

    - Submitted by Suzanne Sollars (University of Nebraska at Omaha)
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    Olfactory epithelium of a mouse showing labeling for PGP9.5(red) and 5HT3(green).

    For additional images see: J Comp Neurol. 2017 May 1;525(7):1743-1755.

    - Submitted by Tom Finger (UC Denver)

   Update on AChemS 2021

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AChemS, the Association for Chemoreception Sciences, is a scientific research organization dedicated to understanding the "chemical senses" of smell, taste, trigeminal irritation and internal chemoreception from the fundamentals of neurobiology to complex behavior.

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AChemS is very sad to announce that our 'founding father', Dr Maxwell M. Mozell (Max), passed away on the morning of March 28, 2020, at the age of 90. Besides spearheading the creation of the Association for Chemoreception Sciences in 1978, through his more than 45-year career Max made fundamental contributions to the neurobiology of olfaction and fostered the careers of many scientists in the chemosensory research community. We will be posting a more detailed remembrance of Max and his contributions to our community in the near future. In the meantime, we are deeply saddened by the news of his passing, and send our best wishes to his surviving family.

Click Here for Dr. Maxwell Mozell's obituary.

Click Here to view the article Remembering former dean Maxwell M. Mozell by Upstate.


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If you are looking to organize a symposium, panel or any other event that needs a scientist, this resource might be of help. If you are a woman scientist at any career stage and would like to sign up to be a resource for others, you can do that on the website. Other resources that may be of interest to anyone trying to promote diversity in science are also listed on this page.

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AChemS 2021

April 21-24, 2021 Bonita Springs, FL

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