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EVENTS

WED
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APR
Health Care after the Affordable Care Act: Better Care, Better Health, Lower Cost?

David Meltzer, LAB'82, AM'87, PhD'92, MD'93, Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Chicago used his background in economics and medical practice to seek designs for a care system that could achieve the promise of the Affordable Care Act: to provide care to all who need it in an affordable way. For more information, or to register, please visit the event website here. 
 
CASE
1307 New York Avenue
Washington D.C., 20005
 

THU
9
APR
Bowman Society Lecture

The lecture will be presented by Raynard Kington, MD, MBA, PhD, President of Grinnell College, former chair of the NIH Section on Administration of Health Services, Education, and Research. A reception will follow the presentation. Please click here for more information and to register for the event. 
 
Knapp Center for Biomedical Discovery, Auditorium
900 East 57th Street
Chicago, IL  606037

FRI
10
APR
GradUCon

GradUCon is the University’s campus-wide career conference: a day of panel discussions, networking, and resources for graduate students and post-docs across programs and divisions. There are opportunities for BSD alumni to participate in one-on-one conversations with students and postdocs as well as in general networking sessions. To sign up as an alumni volunteer please click here. 
 
Haper Court, Hyatt Hotel, and CIE
53rd St Corridor
Chicago, IL 60615

THU
16
APR
Chicago Spring Harper Lecture with Dana Suskind

What difference do 30 million words make? Dana Suskind will discuss the University of Chicago’s Thirty Million Words Initiative, which she founded and directs. This behavioral research program translates emerging brain science into practical lessons—and behavioral nudges—that allow parents to harness the power of their words and nurture their children’s intellectual and educational capacity. Dana Suskind is professor of surgery and pediatrics and also directs the Pediatric Cochlear Implantation Program at the University of Chicago Medicine. Click here for more information and to register.
 
University Club of Chicago
76 East Monroe Street
Chicago, IL 60603 

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Today at the BSD
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