The Case Against Sugar

Gary Taubes is an award-winning science and health investigative journalist and best-selling author of the books Good Calories Bad Calories, Why We Get Fat, and The Case Against Sugar. His 2002 New York Times Magazine cover story “What if it’s all been a big fat lie?” caused a...
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Dental Enamel: It’s Evolution, Development and Genetics Fall Dinner Lecture

SA-AADR Fall Dinner Lecture Wednesday, November 7, 2018 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Academic Learning Teaching Center (ALTC) 3rd floor, Room 304 RSVP Deadline – Monday, October 29, 2018 For more information visit The School of Dentistry’s SA-AADR Communication Sharepoint...
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Resilience & Wellness Talk on Oct 15

Dr. Sharon Milgram worked for two years as a physical therapist before returning to graduate school at Emory University where she earned a PhD from the Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy. She completed postdoctoral training in the Neuroscience Department at The Johns Hopkins...
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Halloween Party on Oct 24

Come join us for a Halloween party on Wednesday, October 24!! We will be making monster donuts, halloween themed salt paintings and painting mini pumpkins for you to take home! RSVP at http://utbiomed.com/halloween18
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Naturejobs Career Expo is on Oct. 27 in Houston

The Naturejobs Career Expo Texas will take place on Saturday 27th October, 2018 at the TMCx Accelerator.
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Student Legacy Council Needs GSBS Students

Graduate students are needed to serve on the Student Legacy Council. As a reminder, this group is comprised of 25 delegates - 5 from each school.
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Brown U is hiring to fill a position in Alzheimer’s Disease/Neurodegeneration research

The Brown University Division of Biology and Medicine invite applications for a tenure track or tenured faculty position at any rank.
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Interested in Service and Leadership?? SGA may be for you

Looking for an opportunity to serve your community? The graduate school has openings for 3 student representatives on the Student Government Association (SGA).
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