Saturday and Sunday, December 12 – 13, 2009
This training is free and open to members of any cryonics organization, or anyone with a strong interest in cryonics who would like to join the Southern California Transport Team. Cryopreservations are helped by having local area cryonicists volunteering and working together. Attending a hands-on training session gives you the tools and knowledge on what to do and how to do it.

During training you will get hands on experience with standby stabilization equipment. Aaron Drake, Alcor Transport Coordinator will be instructing the training session.

Whether or not you are interested in volunteering for this cryonicist community, this is an excellent time to learn more about the process of cryopreservation. You will also learn about the stand-by process, what team members do, and how optimal cryopreservation is aided by local community volunteers.

Anyone interested in being on the Southern California Transport Team as a team member should contact: Michael Geisen at

Alcor CryoFeast 2009
Saturday, December 12, 2009 at 6:00 pm

There will be a CryoFeast following Saturday’s training session. For more information, directions and to RSVP, please contact: Michael Geisen at