University of Tennessee Health Science Center/ The Research Center on Health Disparities, Equity, and the Exposome, Baylor College of Medicine, and the Intercultural Cancer Council are committed to the NIH mission of “fostering a diverse and highly capable biomedical and behavioral research workforce” and meeting the academic and community needs of our respective communities. Toward that end, we are sponsoring a biomedical mentoring symposium for minority and underserved racial/ethnic and disadvantaged groups. The symposium will include two tracks: basic science and social behavioral/public health and will provide mentoring opportunities to encourage high school and college students to pursue careers and graduate education in the biomedical sciences, medicine, allied health, dentistry and research (basic, clinical, translational, and health disparities). The meeting will take place March 25th-26th and will include a poster session, small group discussions, speakers from various disciplines, and networking opportunities.
Poster session prizes:
Track 1: Biomedical Sciences
Track 2: Social Behavioral/Public Health
To register, complete the online registration form
Complete program details are available here: MASS 2014 Program Brochure