Tuesday, March 21 –
Join us for a glimpse into the breakthrough science conducted at Fred Hutch. Our Science for Life series breaks down concepts, skips the homework and offers a chance to interact with a world-class researcher in a fun and informal atmosphere.
Imagine a world where the next generation won't need to worry about being infected by HIV/AIDS. Fred Hutch's HIV Vaccine Trials Network (HVTN), part of the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Division, is focused on developing a vaccine to prevent HIV/AIDS. Five members from the world's largest publicly funded HIV vaccine research network will share their cutting-edge research, the science behind how vaccines work, and what this means from a global and local community perspective.
Free event — seating is limited. RSVP is required. (Visit URL to RSVP)
Gail B. Broder, MHS
Senior Community Engagement Project Manager
Michele Andrasik, Ph.D.
Behavioral Scientist for HVTN
Jim Maynard, MDiv
Director of HVTN Communications
and Community Engagement
Janine Maenza, M.D.
Fred Hutch/UW Vaccine Trials Unit
Directions/parking info: http://www.fredhutch.org/en/contact-us/visit-us.html