2019 DPC @ ABRCMS
6:30 p.m. Friday, November 15
Anaheim Convention Center 202AB
Join the Diversity Program Consortium at 2019 ABRCMS!
The "DPC at ABRCMS" event will be held on the evening of Friday, Nov. 15, starting at 6:30 p.m in Convention Center 202AB. Food will be served!
The event's theme focuses on infectious disease outbreaks and the vaccination dilemma, focusing on diverse communities.
Our guest speaker is Dr. Mario Barro, a leading vaccine research and development expert serving as the Associate Vice President, Head of Advanced Research at FluNXT/Sanofi Pasteur. Barro has led collaborative/networks/partnerships for influenza vaccine development with the CDC, FDA, NIH and NIBSC.
Students from "BUILD" programs in the DPC are also invited to present 10-minute talks on their research or literature review on vaccines and infectious disease. If you would like to submit your abstract, please go to https://forms.gle/YCkTPt5hirDT96ed8 and submit by Oct. 4.
Students will also be asked to think about how infectious disease outbreaks and the vaccine dilemma impacts their own communities and will be challenged to come up with creative ways to inform community members and combat misinformation and myths surrounding disease and vaccines.
This event is open to any ABRCMS attendees. It is organized by the Diversity Program Consortium, which includes the Building Infrastructure Leading to Diversity initiative, the National Research Mentoring Network, and the Coordination and Evaluation Center. To learn more about the DPC, please visit the DPC website.
To learn more about the main conference, please visit the main ABRCMS 2019 Conference Website: http://www.abrcms.org
Check out resources from the National Research Mentoring Network
The Diversity Program Consortium is comprised of the following Institutions and programs:
This meeting will be videotaped, recorded, and/or photographed by the CEC. Videotapes, recordings, and photographs may be used in the public domain to enhance the visibility of the Consortium in electronic and printed publications. By registering for this event you agree to the terms of media use described here.
For comments and/or questions about this event please email Nancy Calderon under the "Contact Us" tab.
About the Diversity Program Consortium
Funding: The DPC is funded by the National Institutes of Health
Our Vision: A diverse U.S. biomedical think-force committed to improving the nation’s health.
Our Mission: To leverage the power of the consortium to create generalizable knowledge and offer best practices that optimize institutional commitment to diversity, faculty, and under-represented student career success in biomedical science.
To learn more: Visit our website