2015 Community Conversation series begins Feb. 24

Join the Northwest Association for Biomedical Research for its 2015 series launch of Community Conversations: What would you do? Personal and community ethics in disease outbreak. The conversation will take an engaging and intimate look at the science, duties and implications of a potential disease outbreak in our local community.

Tuesday Feb. 24
5:45 to 7:30 p.m.
The Lucky Labrador Pub (North Tap Room), 1700 N. Killingsworth St.
$5 in advance or at the door*
Register now

Community Conversations are informal discussions that explore a topic in biomedical science and its relationship with ethics, medicine, research and society, and connecting people to the biomedical research community. Contact Jen Wroblewski for more information.

* includes discussion and one pint or glass of wine, if 21+
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