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BioAIMS Diversity Retreat

1. Biosciences Diversity Retreat

Want to get away for a night to beautiful Monte Toyon Retreat Center with great company?? Please join BioAIMS and the Genetics Diversity office in the first Diversity in Biosciences retreat! 1st years this is for you too!!

When: Friday, January 21st (6pm) - Saturday, January 22 (6pm)

Meals: Free food! Dinner and snacks on Friday. Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Snacks on Saturday.

Events: Salsa lessons (by Diego), Games, Low ropes course, town hall discussions.... Click Here for Registration: Diversity in Biosciences Retreat Registration

...or use the following link http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/7D6MKQJ

Your registration will be complete when you receive a confirmation email. DEADLINE TO REGISTER IS JANUARY 5, 2011!!!

Questions?: If you're unsure, think that you are a maybe, or just have other questions,please contact Julianna Prieto in the Genetics department atjeprieto@stanford.edu

BioAIMS Holiday Party

When: Friday 12/10/10, 5:30-8pm

Where: Havana Room, GCC


Why: Come to celebrate the end of the school year with new and familiar faces. Food will be served and we will also have a White Elephant gift exchange so bring a gift under $5. All grad students are invited, we look forward to seeing you there!


BioAIMS November Meeting with ChaRandle Jordan

When: Thursday 11/18/10 @ 5:30pm

Where: LKSC 306

Why: Please join us in a career development talk with ChaRandle Jordan, a founding member of BioAIMS and graduate of the Genetics program. ChaRandle is now a Analyst at Essex Woodlands Health Ventures here in Palo Alto. Come learn about his experience in Venture Capital. ChaRandle Jordan (or CJ) earned a PhD in Genetics in 2008. He was in the lab of Uta Francke and participated in the Genome Training Grant program with Rick Myers, Stuart Kim and Arend Sidow. In addition, he earned an MD. Since graduation, he has worked at a venture capital firm in Palo Alto. **Food served**

BBiosciences and Genetics Diversity Retreat

When: Friday, January 21st 7pm - Saturday, January 22nd 7pm

Where: Monte Toyon (near Santa Cruz)

Why: PLANNING: We need your input to make this as fun and useful as possible. If you want to be part of the planning committee to determine the agenda/activities, speakers, content, etc for the retreat, please contact Anita Blanco (anita.blanco@stanford.edu) or Antonia Dominguez (antonia@stanford.edu).


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