Created 25-Nov-13
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Faculty and students gathered Nov. 21-22 to share their own research initiatives and learn from others in the field during the 22nd annual KCUMB Research Symposium.

Flavia Costa, Ph.D., research instructor in the College of Biosciences, served as chair of the event, which focused on the theme of “Population Health: The Impact of Translational Research.”

More than 50 research abstracts were presented during the symposium, some as oral research presentations and others as part of a poster session. Bill Balke, M.D., program director for the University of California San Francisco’s Philippines-California Advanced Research Institute, gave the keynote address.

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