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Resilience and Ribosomes: Practising Persistence in Life and the Lab
A pioneer in the emerging and important field of ribosome assembly, from Yale University’s School of Medicine, will visit Brandon University (BU) to talk about women in science on Wednesday, June 26. The free talk by Dr. Susan J. Baserga, titled “Resilience and Ribosomes: Practising Persistence in Life and the Lab,” will take place in the Louis Riel Room at BU, beginning at 2:00 p.m.
Dr. Baserga is a world leader in the study of human genetic disorders that cause ribosome assembly defects. Her talk, which is open to the public, will be aimed at an audience including university and high school students, clinicians in the health industry, university faculty and anyone who is interested in challenging boundaries to pursue their dreams. The talk could be of particular interest to BU students in the areas of Science, Health Studies and the Gender and Women’s Studies program, or to those who would like to study in those fields.
Since space at Dr. Baserga’s Brandon talk is limited, please RSVP by contacting CharetteM@BrandonU.ca.
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