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A Celebration of Science - AM Session
Introduction - Susan Dentzer, Editor-in-Chief, Health Affairs
Opening Remarks - Francis Collins, Director, National Institutes of Health
The Impact of Biomedical Research on our Health and the Economy - Michael Milken, Eric Cantor, Steny Hoyer and Francis Collins
HIV/AIDS: Yesterday's Progress, Tomorrow's Promise - Moises Agosto, Dawn Averitt Bridge, Timothy Ray Brown and Sharon Hillier
Towards an HIV Vaccine - Francis Collins talks with Peter Kwong at NIH's Vaccine Research Center
The Protein Folding Problem - Susan Lindquist, Professor of Biology, MIT
Uncovering the Mystery of the Brain - Kafui Dzirasa, Duke University School of Medicine
Using Imaging to Explore our Brains - Francis Collins talks with Daniel Reich at one of NIH's neuroimaging facilities
Saturday, September 8, 2012,
9:00:00 AM Time displayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local
Forum celebrating the remarkable advances scientists are making to save, extend, and improve lives worldwide, focusing on the health, social, economic, and other benefits of science and for a renewed commitment to advancing biomedical research.
A celebration of science / NIH with the FasterCures, the Milken Institute's Center for Accelerating Medical Solutions.
National Institutes of Health (U.S.)
(CIT): Forum celebrating the remarkable advances scientists are making to save, extend, and improve lives worldwide, focusing on the health, social, economic, and other benefits of science and for a renewed commitment to advancing biomedical research.