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Volume 6, Number 20Space holderMay 24, 2002

Genome Sciences hosts first symposium May 29

Steve Miller's Portrait of Isabel Goldsmith 1993. Courtesy of Universal Concepts Unlimited U-C-U.com


The first symposium hosted by the new UW Department of Genome Sciences, "Genetic Variation in Disease and Development," will be held from 9:45 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Wednesday, May 29, in the Hogness Auditorium A-420 Health Sciences. (Full Story)

Above image: Steve Miller's "Portrait of Isabel Goldsmith" 1993. Courtesy of Universal Concepts Unlimited U-C-U.com


School of Medicine announces college faculty

Earlier this year, the School of Medicine’s Dean's Office announced the appointment of five faculty members to head the new college system within the School of Medicine. (Full Story)

Five WWAMI clinicians receive teaching awards

The Department of Medicine has announced the recipients of the 2002 WWAMI Excellence in Teaching Awards. (Full Story)

National Library of Medicine grants $3.5 million to UW Biomedical and Health Informatics

The Department of Medical Education's Division of Biomedical and Health Informatics has received a $3.5 million research training grant from the National Library of Medicine. (Full Story)


Pre-register for venture capital symposium

The School of Medicine's Office of Research and Graduate Education, Industry Relations, the School of Engineering and Frazier & Co., a venture capital firm, are hosting "Developing a Viable Company with Venture Capital Funding" from 7:30 a.m. to noon, Thursday, June 13, in the Walker-Ames Room of Kane Hall on campus.

The free symposium's goal is to provide critical information for entrepreneurial transfer of a new technology from the academic environment to a commercial enterprise with venture capital funding. To register, send an e-mail to pat@frazierco.com. Contact Industry Relations at 206- 616-0750 with questions. Pre-registration is required by Friday, May 24.



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