Cornell Cancer Research Education Day

Join us on Saturday, Sept. 7 (10AM – 3PM) for a one day seminar on the science of cancer. Cornell graduate students and faculty will explain current and emerging research topics in lay language.

Who’s invited? Everyone! We want to have a mix of community members (including those personally affected by cancer, family members, and the general public), graduate students, and undergraduate students.

Where: Weill Hall, Room 226, Cornell University (Free parking is available in an adjacent lot)

Cost: Free! Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Please preregister to help us plan for food, etc. Email Bob Riter for more details.

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