Upcoming CTSC Research in Progress Luncheon to Showcase Student and Trainee Research

The Clinical and Translational Science Center of the
Weill Cornell Medical College

Research In Progress Luncheon
Featuring Presentations by CTSC Trainees and Scholars

Hosted by:
Susan Maher, MD

Friday, September 18, 2015
525 E. 68th Street, 2nd floor, Payson Solarium (P-224)

CTSC Research in Progress Luncheons feature CTSC Trainees presentation of their mentored research projects—the ins and outs, successes and challenges of what it’s like to be a clinical investigator, and a window into the process of conducting clinical and translational research.


“Identify short chain fatty acid Based Therapeutics Optimal for Treating Neurodegeneration: Pharmacological, Nutriceutical and Nutritional Approaches”
CTSC TL1 Trainee – Megan Bourassa, PhD

“Patient Outcomes and the Selection of Bearing surface in Total Hip Arthroplasty”
CTSC MS Candidate – Jayme Burket, PhD

“Development of a PARP1 targeted 18F-labeled Olaparib Companion Imaging Agent”
CTSC TL1 Trainee – Brandon Carney, BA

Please RSVP (click here) by Monday, September 14, 2015.

-Light refreshments will be served-

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