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Senior Scientist Seminar Series: Chutes, Ladders & Cancer Translational Research

Location: Zoom

Date: Thursday, December 2, 2021

Time: 12–1 p.m.

Contact: Leta Moser

About the Event

In this installment of the Health Transformation Research Institute’s Senior Scientist Seminar Series, William Matsui, M.D., presents “Chutes, Ladders and Cancer Translational Research.” Matsui is the deputy director of the Livestrong Cancer Institutes and professor and Robert E. Askew, Sr., M.D. chair in the Department of Oncology at Dell Medical School.

The Senior Scientist Seminar Series highlights experienced contributors to Dell Med’s scientific research and explores their career paths. The series also explores how clinical research can improve the health of thousands, if not millions of people at a time.

The target audience for this event includes staff, students, trainees, faculty, the UT community at large and those who are interested in learning how science can change the world, as well as those who anticipate having a substantial scope of research activity in their career paths.

For more information about the event, email Leta Moser.

Register to attend.