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c Workshop on Training Programs in Patient-Oriented Pathobiology for Basic Scientists October 6, 1999 Omni Parker House, Boston, Massachusetts Agenda 8:00-9:00 Breakfast 9:00-9:15 Introduction Virginia Weldon, Markey Committee Charlotte Kuh, Marilyn Baker, Office of Scientific and Engineering Personnel 9:15-10:00 History and Development of Programs to Provide Training in Patient-Oriented Pathobiology for Basic Scientists Irwin Arias, Tufts University 10:00-12:00 Markey Funded Training Programs in Patient-Oriented Pathobiology for Basic Scientists Peter Agre, Johns Hopkins University Franklin Bunn, Harvard University Palmer Taylor, University of California, San Diego Alan Schwartz, Jeffrey Saffitz, Washington University Michael Weber, William Petri, University of Virginia Nancy Schwartz, University of Chicago Moderator—Virginia Weldon, Markey Committee 69
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70 12:00-1:00 Lunch APPENDIX C 1:00-2:30 Panel What is the Future of Programs to Provide Training in Patient-Oriented Pathobiology for Basic Scientists? Jim Wyngaarden, Markey Committee David Korn, Association of American Medical Colleges Barbara Filner, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Walter Schaffer, National Institutes of Health 2:30-2:45 Break 2~45-3:30 Panel (cont.) 3:30-3:55 Workshop Summary and Synthesis L. Hollingsworth Smith, Markey Committee 3:55~:00 Closing Remarks Virginia Weldon 4:00-5:00 Closed Session
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