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Decoding Diabetes — Dr. Michael Brownlee organized a Keystone Symposia meeting on Complications of Diabetes that was held from March 23 to 28, 2014, in British Columbia, Canada. The meeting featured seminars, workshops and poster presentations. In addition, scientists from diverse backgrounds discussed the latest developments in diabetes research addressing new approaches for understanding why diabetic complications occur and the design of novel preventive measures and therapies. Dr. Brownlee is professor of medicine and of pathology, as well as the Anita and Jack Saltz Chair in Diabetes Research.
"From Assistant Professor to Associate Professor - Navigating the Promotions Process"
Time: 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Location: Price Center, Room 251