Aging, Metabolism, Stress, Pathogenesis and Small RNAs in C. elegans

Important Dates

Registration open:
January 23

Abstract deadline for contributed talk and poster presentations:
February 13

Early Bird Registration deadline:
March 13

Registration deadline:
May 8

Lodging deadline:
May 21

Cancellation deadline:
May 21

For conference updates follow @wisconferences #trvs2015

Area Excursions

Madison

University of Wisconsin - Madison
Museums
Culinary Experience
Arts & Music 
Outdoor Adventures
Family Friendly

University of Wisconsin-Madison Highlights

Campus Tour - Receive an in-depth look at our distinguished University

Allen Centennial Gardens - 2.5-acre garden containing more than 1,400 different plants 

Babcock Hall Dairy Store - Opened in 1951, this iconic store features milk, cheese, and ice cream made from our own dairy farm

Outdoor UW - Part of the Wisconsin Union, conference guests can enjoy time on Lake Mendota through sailing, canoeing, stand up paddle boarding, and many other activities.

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Museums

Chazen Museum of Art - featuring collections that range from ancient times to the present day

Madison Children's Museum - wide array of interactive exhibits make this venue a great place for exploration for all children

Madison Museum of Contemporary Art - exhibiting modern and contemporary art in adddition to providing art-related learning opportunities

Wisconsin Historical Museum - step into Wisconsin' rich history in the four-story museum featuring dozen of exhibits

Wisconsin Veterans Museum - Wisconsin's men and women who served in America's conflicts are showcased through exhibits, displays, and presentations

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Culinary Experience

Madison Farmers' Market - largest producer only farmers' market in the US and is a must do for Madison guests and residents

Madison Eats and Madison Food Explorers - on these walking food tours, you will sample an array of Madison cuisine while exploring the vibrant Madison neighborhoods 

Babcock Hall Dairy Store - opened in 1951, this iconic store features milk, cheese, and ice cream made from our own dairy farm

Ale Asylum - Enjoy a pint of one of Madison's favorite microbreweries brewed on-site while dining on seasonal menu items

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Arts & Music

Memorial Union Terrace - lcoated on beautiful Lake Mendota, Memorial Union Terrace is just steps outside of the meeting venue and features a variety of acts selected by our own student committee

Concerts on the Square - held on the Capitol lawn every Wednesday night, COTS features the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra with guest stars and themes each week

Lunch Time Live - free outdoor concert series located on the Capitol grounds to make your lunch an event

Overture Center for the Arts - featuring renowed Broadway shows, local Madison acts, and art exhibitions in a stunning architectural Madison landmark

Chazen Museum of Art

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Outdoor Adventures

Outdoor UW - part of the Wisconsin Union, conference guests can enjoy time on Lake Mendota through sailing, canoeing, stand up paddle boarding, and many other activities.

Brittingham Boats - offering paddle boat, kayak, and canoe rentals

All American Segway - take a unique, guided tour of downtown Madison and the Capitol area

B-cycle - urban bike sharing program that allows you to explore Madison your way

UW-Madison Arboretum - on the shores of Lake Wingra, the Arboretum opened in 1932 and has since become a staple of Madison residents for hiking, biking, running, and enjoying nature.

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Family Friendly

Madison Children's Museum - wide array of interactive exhibits make this venue a great place for exploration for all children

Henry Vilas Zoo - free zoo featuring over 800 animals with many featured events throughout the year

Babcock Hall Dairy Store - Opened in 1951, this iconic store features milk, cheese, and ice cream made from our own dairy farm

Bubbler - offers hand-on worshops on animation, screen printing, music, cloth design, painting and much more!

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Surrounding Areas

Outdoor Adventures

Arts & Music

Culinary Experience

 

Outdoor Adventures

Aldo Leopold Nature Center - nature focused institution with hands-on displays, adult & child publi programs, and hiking trails

Cave of the Mounds - a natural limestone cave located near Blue Mounds featuring caves of colorful crystal formations seen from daily guided tours

International Crane Foundation - the 225-acre world headquarters hosts a captive flock of approximately 100 cranes and features crane exhibits, self and guided tours, and over four miles of nature trails.

Noah's Ark Waterpark - known as the largest water park in the United States featuring 51 water slides, and dozens of various attractions

Taliesin - Famed achitect Frank Lloyd Wright's estate that is seen as the source of his design ideas, concepts, theories, and techniques

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Arts & Music

American Players Theater - enjoy a picnic and relax under the stars in the outdoor Up-The-Hill Theatre or experience our world-class indoor Touchstone Theatre

Fireside Dinner Theater - featuring live Broadway musicals and dining in a unique entertainment complex

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Culinary Experience

New Glarus Brewing Company - one of Wisconsin's most famour microbreweries that features self-guided tours at their hill-top brewing overlooking scenic New Glarus

Wollersheim Winery - offering tours and tastings in southwest Wisconsin including one of their most popular wines - Prairie Fume

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