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2015 MMTS Reidar Wallin Teaching Award Recipient

Molecular Medicine and Translational Sciences Graduate Program

In 2011 we started a new tradition of honoring a faculty member in the MMTS program with a teaching award for their contributions to the MMTS graduate program. Dr. Michael Seeds was the …

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Regenerative Medicine Essentials Course

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Student registration rates are available for the Regenerative Medicine Essentials course held at Biotech Place in Winston Salem, NC July 20-24, 2015. Taught by prominent experts, this one-week course provides attendees a foundation in this exciting field. From the science …

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Sports Storytelling Program for Graduate Students

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An exciting Sports Storytelling Program offered this summer will feature DFP Professor of Practice Peter Gilbert and his producing partner, NBA All-Star and TNT analyst Chris Webber.

The program gives Wake graduate students the opportunity to earn 6 credits hours …

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Unmappable in SXSW!

DOC-SXSW Film Festival 2015

The Documentary Film Program is thrilled to announce that unmappable , co-directed by 3rd year DFP students Diane Hodson and Jasmine Luoma, is a SXSW official selection.  The film will screen in the documentary shorts competition of the top-tier film …

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6th Annual Wake Forest Healthcare Strategy Conference and Case Competition

2015 marks the sixth anniversary of the Healthcare Strategy Conference and Case Competition sponsored by the Wake Forest School of Business and Wake Innovations. This event draws very competitive teams from across the nation’s top schools. The objective of this …

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New Master’s Program in Health Disparities

Jane Foy MD with Karn Taylor (9mo) dad Edward Taylor

The WFU Graduate School of Arts and Sciences  is happy to announce a new M.S. program for fall 2015 – Health Disparities in Neuroscience-related Disorders.

In the past, basic, clinical, and community-based researchers operated in separate domains, often creating barriers …

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New MS Graduate Program Beginning Fall 2015

Clinical and Population Studies of Neuroscience-related Health Disparities

By 2060 in the U.S., current minority populations (e.g., black and Hispanic) will represent 57% of our population.  Disparities in neurological disorders in these populations are documented and these disparities are expected …

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