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Our Microbial Organ: Getting to know the microbes that live within us
   
Eugene B. Chang, Associate Director of Academic Programs and Training in Gastroenterology, the University of Chicago presents at this Life Sciences Alumni Group event in DC.

Cost: $15.00
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Dr. Eugene Chang will lead a discussion of the human microbiome and its role in health and disease, concentrating on specific areas in which he is expert: nutrition and inflammatory bowel disease.

Light refreshments will be served.

Location:
Home of Dr. Dan Rosenblum
3306 Kent Street, Kensington, MD

Directions from Washington, DC
Go north from Connecticut Ave past the Beltway
Turn Right at the traffic light at Saul Road
Turn Left at the first STOP sign, Kensington Parkway
Turn Right at the STOP sign at Kent Street (about 1/2 mile)
3306 Kent Street is on the right just beyond the small traffic circle
Street parking is available
Directions from Silver Spring Metro Station
The "Ride On" bus #4 from the metro station stops 1/2 block from 3306 Kent Street
You may count on a lift back to the Metro at the end.
Event Contact
Dan Rosenblum SB'62, MD'66
danrosenblum@verizon.net

Staff Liaison
Lucie Sandel
lsandal@uchicago.edu
+1.773.702.5646

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Event Information
EVENT DATE:
Wednesday, May 13 2015 at 6:00pm - 9:00pm [ iCal ]
LOCATION:
Dr. Dan Rosenblum's Home
3306 Kent Street
Kensington, MD 20895