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Events

Thursday, May 21

Early Onset Stroke

Stroke is not just an “older person’s disease.” An estimated 10 percent of stroke patients are younger than 50, and trends are increasing among young adults....

DOMI WIP: Cherie Stabler, PhD: Islet-on-a-Chip: In Vitro Platforms for Studying Human Islet Physiology and Disease

Cherie Stabler, PhD Professor and UF Term Professor J. Crayton Pruitt Family Department of Biomedical Engineering University of Florida Herbert Wertheim...

12pm
Virtual Event
Department of Environmental Medicine and Public Health Thursday Seminar - Speaker: Marie-Abèle Bind “Bridging observational studies and randomized experiments by embedding the former in the latter”

Title: Bridging observational studies and randomized experiments by embedding the former in the latter Speaker: Marie-Abèle Bind, Associate, John Harvard...

Environmental Medicine and Public Health Seminar

Speaker: Eva Tanner PhD, Postdoctoral Fellow, Environmental Medicine and Public Health Title: Immune Mixtures and Mortality among COVID-19 Patients.

POSTPONED - Cell, Developmental and Regenerative Biology Seminar Series

Tudorita Tumbar, PhD Professor, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics Cornell University Host: Elena Ezhkova, Ph.D. Title of Talk: TBA

FBI CYBER SERIES

FBI CYBER SERIES CATCH the FBI’s faculty Lecture Series at home and online! Big Data and Genetic Liability to Neuropsychiatric Disease Panagiotis Roussos,...

1pm
Virtual Event
Tai Chi

(This class is for patients with Parkinson's disease.) T'ai Chi is a simple, yet highly effective movement routine that brings up the body's vital energy and...

Mount Sinai West Maternity Tour

We want you to be confident that you will have a warm, comfortable setting for labor, delivery, and recovery. Knowing what to expect when it comes time for...

Tai Chi

(This class is for patients with Parkinson's disease.) T'ai Chi is a simple, yet highly effective movement routine that brings up the body's vital energy and...

Thursday, May 21