2761days since Minorities at the Forefront: Showcasing Talent and Embracing Diversity
New York City Minority Graduate Student Network
"Embracing diversity at the bench"
I just wanted to tell you that I was very proud of the message I read. Supporting the scientific community by increasing the interactions is a way to go. I was part of the MARC/MBRS program at Brooklyn College and it helped me to get through my Ph.D. I have been working for the ARMY in platelet research for almost 3 years now. As I departed from NY I was sad to see that minority funds were being reduced/frozen and other minorities professors were having difficulties to keep grants. I often remember them and I thank them sincerely in my thoughts. Dr Lipke, Dr Angulo, Dr Eckhardt were my mentors. I also remember Dr Bramwell from BC who was in charge of the MARC program. I think we need to support the scientific community. I am very proud to hear that there is an institution that continues to involve minorities and help them.
CPT Mabel Salas
United States Army Dental and Trauma Research Detachment (USADTRD)
NYCMGSN Networking BBQ September 18thOn Thursday September 18th we will be having our annual Rockefeller University BBQ. All are welcome and RSVP is necessary with your name and affiliation. Please pass this information along ...
Posted Sep 8, 2008, 8:24 AM by Samantha Sheppard-Lahiji
Symposium Abstract Submission Available!Minorities at the Forefront; Showcasing Talent and Embracing Diversity” will be held on Friday February 6th, 2009 at NYU. We have secured Dr. Erich Jarvis (Duke University/HHMI) as ...
Posted Sep 7, 2008, 8:58 AM by Armin Lahiji