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Make Your Lunchtime At The Sessions Rewarding

Remember that there are great talks during lunchtime at the sessions. You can make your lunch break rewarding if you plan your time well.
 
Sat., Nov. 16
12–1 pm Early Career Lunch
(bring your own and join your colleagues)
 
Sun., Nov. 17
1 pm Lewis A. Conner Memorial Lecture Jane Newburger, Boston, MA Opening Session, Hall E
 
Mon., Nov. 18
12:40 pm Lasker Awardee Lecture James Spudich, Stanford, CA Hall E
 
Tue., Nov. 19
12:30 pm Distinguished Scientist Lecture Scott Grundy, Dallas, TX Ballrooms C1&C2 “Hypercholesterolemia and Metabolic Syndrome: Mischievous Partners

2 pm Paul Dudley White International Lecture Gaetano Thiene, Padova, Italy Room C147


Hanrui Zhang PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, Cardiovascular Institute, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA. Hanrui received her PhD in Pharmacology at the University of Missouri.  Her research focuses on stem cell biology, human functional genomics, cardiovascular physiology, adipose biology, and the mechanisms of cardiometabolic diseases.  Hanrui is a member of the ATVB Early Career Committee and the liaison to the Women’s Leadership Committee.
 
Posted by Hanrui Zhang on Nov 16, 2013 12:00 AM America/Chicago

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