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Volume 6, Number 24Space holderJune 21, 2002

CHAP and SPARX expand to WWAMI region

SPARX student examines street youth

The Community Health Advancement Program (CHAP) and the Student Providers Aspiring to Rural and Underserved eXperiences (SPARX) are expanding into the WWAMI region. (Full Story)

Shown above: A student participating in the SPARX program examines one of the program's clients. The SPARX program sends out a van one night a week to provide medical and other types of relief to street youths. Photo by Jennifer Mas.

Martin installed as American Thoracic Society president

The newly installed president of the American Thoracic Society is Thomas R. Martin, professor of medicine, vice chair of the Department of Medicine, and chief of Primary and Specialty Medicine at the Veterans Affairs Puget Sound Health Care System. (Full Story)

Fuller named to National Library of Medicine's Board of Scientific Counselors

Sherrilynne Fuller, director of the Health Sciences Libraries and Information Center and co-director of the UW Informatics Research Training Program, has been appointed to a three-year term on the Board of Scientific Counselors at the Lister Hill Center of the NIHs National Library of Medicine. (Full Story)

R/UOP now in its 14th year

The Rural/Underserved Opportunities Program is now in the midst of its 14th summer of operation. (Full Story)

Gastroenterology offers weekly CME series

The Department of Medicines Division of Gastroenterology will offer a CME-accredited series of weekly conferences, beginning Friday, July 5. (Full Story)

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