Bringing Basic Scientists and Clinicians Together
The Office of Research Affairs hosts "Clinician-Scientist Linking Meetings" which bring together basic scientists and clinicians together for various topics throughout the year.
These events are an opportunity to discover collaborative interests and explore research ideas in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere that inspires and encourages innovation.
May 25, 2017 | 5:00 - 7:00pm | Berry Room, Nutter Center
Dr. Timothy Broderick, Associate Dean for Research Affairs, will host the Spring 2017 Clinician-Scientist Linking meeting, which brings clinicians and basic scientists together for various scientific topics. This meeting's focus will be "Imaging". Dr. Nicholas Reo, Professor, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; Associate Professor, Physics and Vice-Chair for Education, BMB will co-host the event. This meeting is open to all faculty clinicians and basic scientists who are interested in imaging and collaboration.
Interested faculty may RSVP by May 18 to attend, and each participant will be asked to give a short two minute description of their research and or research interests/ideas.
This is an opportunity to find collaborative interests and explore research ideas. There will be food and drinks provided, so come ready to enjoy this evening of science.
Questions? Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call our office at 937-775-3018.