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Organizers & Contact Info

2018 PSG Annual Meeting Event Website – click here! 

Registration Rates, Abstract Submission, Travel Awards, Hotel Info, Field Trips, Merchandise…and more!

2018 Local Committee

  • Local Chair  – Yuri Albores Barajas
  • Local Co-Chairs – Cecilia Soldatini, Horacio de la Cueva, Roberto Carmona, Sergio Flores, and Mónica Treviño
  • PSG Chair – Kyra Mills-Parker
  • Scientific Program Chair – Adrian Gall
  • Awards Committee Chair – Nina Karnovsky
  • Catering – Mónica Treviño
  • Communications Committee Coordinator – Joanna Smith
  • Facebook – Jane Dolliver
  • Field Trips – Yuri Albores Barajas
  • Fundraising – Horacio de la Cueva
  • Instagram – Laura Bliss
  • Merchandise – Cecilia Soldatini
  • Program Preparation and Production – Yuri Albores Barajas, Cecilia Soldatini
  • Registration – Yuri Albores Barajas
  • Student Mentor Session and Silent Auction – Chris Tyson
  • Transportation – Sergio Flores
  • Twitter – Stephanie Avery-Gomm
  • Venue – Sergio Flores
  • Volunteer Coordination – Roberto Carmona
  • Website – Joanna Smith, Kirsten Bixler, Jane Dolliver and Anne Francis Web Design

Cover artwork designed by Ulises Martinez. 

Contact Info

Meeting Program, Field Trips, Sponsors and Exhibitors: 

Yuri Albores Barajas, Cecilia Soldatini, Horacio de la Cueva, Roberto Carmona, Sergio Flores, and Mónica Treviño

Scientific Program:

Adrian Gall

Travel Awards:

Nina Karnovsky

Student Representative:

Chris Tyson

Communications, Website, Media, Social Media:

Joanna Smith

Connect with Us

PSG Secretary
Jane Dolliver

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