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Organized by the TiMe graduate student cohort, the third annual TiMe Day Symposium on April 26, 2019, will highlight research from the program, include keynote and plenary talks, and culminate with a poster session in which all graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to present their work.
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign School of Social Work is holding a year-long lecture series designed to meet the profession's grand challenge of harnessing technology for social good.
Join us on May 9 to learn how to use Enzyme Function Initiative (EFI) tools in your research.
Composed of individuals who have been diagnosed with cancer or have a strong personal connection to it, CRAG promotes interactions between cancer survivors, researchers, and clinicians that are essential in the fight against cancer and lead to better outcomes for all.
The Illini 4000 is a non-profit organization dedicated to documenting the American cancer experience through The Portraits Project, raising funds for cancer research and patient support services, as well as spreading awareness for the fight against cancer through annual cross-country bike rides.