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Second Border Biomedical Research Center Symposium

27 September 2015
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Second Border Biomedical Research Center Symposium
Health Disparities: From Molecules to Disease
September 27 - 29, 2015

The primary goal of this symposium is to communicate to the research community state-of-the-art basic and applied research focused on health disparities. There will be opportunities for researchers, health professionals, and other interested individuals to exchange information and ideas, discuss and review recent discoveries, and advance new research and outreach strategies.

The program will include the following topics:
- Metabolic Diseases (diabetes, etc.)
- Neurosciences and Neurological Diseases
- Cancer Biology
- Infectious Diseases
- Community Engagement
- Toxicology

University of Texas at El Paso
Union Building East, Tomas Rivera Conference Center

Early Bird Registration: August 1, 2015
Abstract deadline: August 1, 2015

For more information visit:
http://science.utep.edu/bbrcsymposium/
http://science.utep.edu/bbrc/

CONTACT INFO:
Dr. Rosa A. Maldonado: ramaldonado@utep.edu
(COMMITTEE CHAIR)

Symposium Flyer

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