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Celebrating 10 Years of SCI Café

August 10, 2023, 13:58 PM by Krista Bohn

A decade of conversations on science and medicine between leading experts and the public

Five men and one woman-- leadership and representatives from TSU, UHCL, UTMB, Houston Methodist and the Greater Houston Partnership-- pose for a photo beneath a Greater Houston Partnership sign. See bottom of story for details.

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Healthcare for Women, by Women

UTMB’s Institute for Translational Sciences (ITS) invites you to join a discussion on women's healthcare at the next SCI Café, which will be held near UTMB's Angleton Danbury Campus.

Location: Smithhart's Texas Grill, 2440 N. Velasco St, Angleton, TX

Date/Time: Wednesday, October 4, 2023;  5:30-6:30PM

This conversation will feature women's health clinicians and faculty from the UTMB Angleton Danbury campus. See the flyer below for more details, and please RSVP to Krista Bohn at krbohn@utmb.edu

Light refreshments will be provided.  

SCI Café started in 2013 to engender a community dialogue about science, health, and possibilities among community members, researchers and scientists. The purpose is to engage and connect community members with science and scientists with the local community. Topics for SCI Cafés are driven by community learning interests and discovery from UTMB faculty.

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Healthcare for Women, by Women
, 2023 - -
2440 N. Velasco St, Angleton, Texas
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