DC Metro STEM event at George Washington University

Did you know? The Society for Developmental Biology is sponsoring a DC Metro STEM Event Developmental Biology, Birth Defects, and Diseases event.

What: You’re invited to a free public lecture which features scientists—including 2008 Nobel Prize winner, Martin Chalfie—who will discuss how studying development in model organisms gives us clues to origins of human birth defects and diseases that manifest later in life.

Look forward to learning from the following speakers:
1. Martin Chalfie, PhD (SDB President and 2008 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Columbia University)
2. Irene Zohn, PhD (Children’s Research Institution)
3. Maximilian Muenke, MD (National Institutes of Health)
4. Susan M. Smith, PhD (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
5. Anthony LaMantia, PhD (George Washington University)

Who: The target audience is middle and high school students, teachers, and anyone interested in the development field of Science.

When: Wednesday, April 23 from 6 pm to 8 pm

Where: George Washington University ~ 2121 I St NW, Washington, DC 20052

FYI: For more information click here.

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