Discover BIO5 is a celebration of science providing a “public sneak peek” into our world-class research and discovery endeavors focused on solving the world’s grand challenges, improving society, and impacting Arizona.
Learn more about some of the exciting solutions UA colleagues and mentors are working on to solve societal problems reflecting the broad range of BIO5’s interdisciplinary research scope, including projects in progress.
With a goal of promoting possible collaborations, this event is open to faculty, students, and staff across the UA community and will showcase the novel research supported and cultivated by the BIO5 Institute and performed by BIO5 faculty members and trainees.
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The newly formed pre-medical American Medical Women's Association (AMWA) branch at the University of Arizona has asked for an opportunity to have a Q&A session with medical students. They will be focused on asking questions such as how you got to medical school, how you overcame challenges, and what advice you may have for them. This is a great way to form a mentoring relationship with pre-medical students and assist them on their way to becoming a physician.
The Dean's Council on Faculty Affairs would like to invite you to have Lunch with Leadership. This lunch series began several years ago for the purpose of promoting open communication and discussion between faculty and leaders.
The next lunch is scheduled for Wednesday, February 12, 2020, at noon with Joshua Lee, MD, Physician Executive, BUMG. The event will take place in Room 2216.
AMWA will be hosting our Winter Physician-Student Women in Medicine Mixer on Friday, January 24th, at 5:30pm. Come join us for supportive folks, good drinks and snacks! This will be a wonderful opportunity to mix and mingle with women physicians and residents of all specialties including Family Medicine, General Surgery, Ob/Gyn, and many more! There will also be short question and answer sessions for those interested in meeting and matching with a mentor. Everyone who supports women in medicine is welcome.
Dear students and post-docs,
We are looking for volunteers to participate in our 2nd Annual National DNA Day Outreach Event in Tucson, Arizona!
National DNA Day is an NIH-sponsored event held on April 25th to commemorate the discovery of the DNA double helix in 1953 and the completion of the Human Genome Project in 2003 (https://www.genome.gov/dna-day).
The nine-story Health Sciences Innovation Building (HSIB) on the University of Arizona Health Sciences campus opened its doors to students, faculty and staff over the summer. Now, the UArizona Health Sciences and Tucson communities are invited to explore the new building through guided tours during an Open House on Tuesday, Nov. 5.