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Tuesday
06.05.18
Tuesday, June 05 | 9 a.m. – 12:50 p.m.

Sudden Cardiac Death Collaborative Workshop

Cardiovascular disease is the No. 1 cause of disability and mortality in the United States and around the world. Nearly…

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Wednesday
06.06.18
Wednesday, June 06 | 10:00 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

GCC Reproducible Research (RR) with R and RStudio Workshop

First in the series of the GCC Rigor and Reproducibility (RR) Program targeted modules, this workshop will take place in…

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Thursday
06.07.18
Thursday, June 07 | 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Disney Institute: Disney’s Approach to Leadership Excellence

Texas Woman’s University’s Center for Women in Business invites you to join us when the Disney Institute comes to Houston…

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Thursday
06.07.18
Thursday, June 07 | 12 PM - 8 PM

TMCx Demo Day – Digital Health 2018

On June 7, 21 TMCx Digital Health companies showcase their cutting-edge applications and connected devices from around the world. Join…

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Friday
06.08.18
Friday, June 08 | 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Can Public Policy Control Rising Drug Prices?

Prescription drug expenditures are projected to reach $360.2 billion in 2018. Per capita spending on these drugs rose 5 percent…

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Friday
06.08.18
Friday, June 08 | 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Texas Nurses Association District 9: Annual Professional Nursing Conference

Title of Seminar: Incivility: Addressing Challenges and Opportunities to Improve Patient Care. Multiple studies and media have identified incivility as…

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Two-hundred and twenty-seven McGovern Medical School students marched across the stage to receive their degrees during the school's 45th commencement ceremony on May 18. Congratulations, graduates! https://t.co/VfAf4XJTV0 #UTHealth18 #ManyFacesOfUTHealth

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#Infographic: 6 vital organs essential for survival

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MD Anderson Cancer Center

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Texas Children's

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Our goal for our Special Needs Eye Clinic is to make visits easier, less frightening and more productive for all patients: https://t.co/TxRLcaJiXA

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The 442nd Regiment was composed almost entirely of second-generation Japanese-Americans known as Nisei. The Nisei Soldiers achieved many victories during World War II but at a great cost.

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Texas Children's Hospital

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Vaccines are one of the most significant public health achievements of all time. In 2006, we were dealt a game-changer when a vaccine became available that allowed parents to protect their children against a disease that causes more than half a dozen different types of cancers. This disease – human papillomavirus, or HPV – currently affects 79 million Americans and causes 27,000 new cases of cancer in the U.S. each year. Learn more about the Immunization Project at Texas Children's Hospital on our podcast series, Outcomes. Listen: texaschildrens.org/podcasts

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Rice University

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Rice scientists, in a #NSFfunded project, may be one step closer to answering a long-standing mystery: What stole the iron from Earth’s continents? (@NSF_GEO) https://t.co/7o0Hm74R8M https://t.co/CdpGvvJbM2

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University of Houston

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Raise your voice, beat the drums, and fire up the trumpets for the new Director of the Moores School of Music, Courtney Crappell! 🥁🎺🎻🎹 https://t.co/x82XqSolWE https://t.co/645OqjTxSg

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RT @BayerUS: Congratulations to this year’s Bayer Hemophilia Awards Program awardees, especially U.S. recipient Dr. Clay Cohen of @BCMHoust…

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