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BioOpportunities and Cell and Molecular Basis of Disease Training Program

Modified: October 27, 2016

BioOpportunities and Cell and Molecular Basis of Disease Training Program host: Dr. Maureen Diaz, Lead Research Microbiologist as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 

Dr. Maureen Diaz, Lead Research Microbiologist as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, will give a research talk covering an array of projects represent the scope of her work at the CDC. She will also talk about what it is like to work at the CDC and her career path leading to her position of Lead Research Microbiologist. Discussions will be held on both the Evanston and Chicago campuses on Wednesday, November 2, 2016.  There will be a lunch on the Evanston campus for those interested in further discussing Dr. Diaz’s career path and work at the CDC. For more information, click here.

Dr. Diaz is a graduate of the Driskill Graduate Program (Hauser Lab) and an Alumna of the Cell and Molecular Basis of Disease Training Program.  Dr. Diaz has worked at the CDC for the past 5 years, starting as a research fellow, progressing to Microbiologist and is currently Lead Research Microbiologist.

Mark your calendars for the following events:

Evanston:

  • 9:00AM-10:00AM Research talk: Beyond the Bench: Research, Development and Applications of Advanced Molecular Diagnostics in Public Health, Cook Hall 3118A/B – No RSVP necessary
  • 10:00AM-11:00AM Career talk with Dr. Maureen Diaz, Cook Hall 3118A/B – No RSVP necessary
  • 11:15AM-12:45PM Lunch with Dr. Maureen Diaz – Space is limited, please RSVP to Deborah Klos Dehring if you are interested in attending lunch.  You will receive a confirmation email a couple days before the lunch.

Chicago:

  • 2:30PM-3:30PM Career talk with Dr. Maureen Diaz, Ward 5-230.  Please RSVP to Deborah Klos Dehring if you are planning to attend the career talk so we have a headcount.

Contact Sally McIver with questions.

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