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Introductory meeting for international student stem cell association — Nov. 14

Advisors and Science Students: Join us Wednesday, Nov. 14 for an introduction to the Student Society for Stem Cell Research —  an international network of students with an active interest in the scientific advancement of stem cell research and development.The meeting will have a short presentation about SSSCR, current stem cell research on campus, and then you’ll be pointed to the needed tools to start a chapter of the association right here at UW-Madison.

As a UW student with an interest in stem cell research, you may benefit from helping to start a chapter of the SSSCR here on the UW campus. It’s an opportunity to gain leadership and career-building skills as well as a global perspective on how to further a vision of a healthier world through science.

The meeting takes place on Nov. 14 at 4 p.m. in 1441 Genetics/Biotech, 425 Henry Mall, UW-Madison,

Tentative Meeting Agenda

4:00 – Welcome and Registration
4:10 – Introductions
4:15 – Explanation of SSSCR – Sevie Kenyon
4:20 – Stem Cell Research at UW Madison – Dr. Clive Svendsen
4:40 – Student Clubs on Campus – Renee Alfano
4:45 – Club organization – Who wants to start an SSSCR Chapter? – Tori Barron
5:00 – Adjourn

Learn more about SSSCR at http://www.ssscr.org/

Sevie Kenyon
608-263-4781
skenyon@wisc.edu

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