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July 9, 2009

Sunscreen Symposium Poster Abstracts Are Due July 15



The Florida Chapter of the SCC is accepting submissions for poster presentations for the 12th Sunscreen Symposium, which will be held Sept. 9-12 in Orlando, FL. All topics related to the sunscreen industry, formulation, regulatory and current topics of interest will be considered.

The abstracts, which must be submitted by July 15, should be sent to kelly.lewellen@energizer.com. A $50 administrative fee will be invoiced for all accepted posters to help offset costs.

The winning poster/presenter will be awarded a $500 prize by the FLSCC board, and the abstract will be printed in the next Florida Chapter newsletter .

All poster presenters must be registered for the symposium (all types of registrations will be accepted: full member, full non-member, split, student and vendor only).

For more information, contact kelly.lewellen@energizer.com.


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