College of Medicine

HUAC GWDC Spring Fundraiser: TAOI


Pepco Edison Place Gallery
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THE ART OF INTERPRETATION (TAOI)
The Howard University Alumni Club of Greater Washington DC (HUAC-GWDC) will host The Art of Interpretation, a one-night fine art exhibit and fundraiser of which a portion of the proceeds from the ticket and art sales will go to benefit the HUAC-GWDC student scholarship and club programs.

Location

Pepco Edison Place Gallery

Cost

Organization

Contact

Howard University Alumni Club of Greater Washington, DC
Phone: 2022534373
Email: HowardUAlumniClubGWDC@gmail.com

Bison without Borders Health Fair


Ronald Reagan International Trade Center

An interdisciplinary event involving Howard University's Pharmacy, Dental, Medical, and Social Work students collectively working to serve the under-served and bridge the health disparity gap.

Location

Ronald Reagan International Trade Center

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

Howard Unviersity College of Pharmacy- SNPhA
Phone: 202-798-0280
Email: bwbhu19@gmail.com

AWARE for All - Clinical Research Education Event


Armour J. Blackburn University Center

Learn about participating in clinical research, hear from prominent physician speakers and local patients, get free health screenings, and enjoy free food and giveaways!

Location

Armour J. Blackburn University Center

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Organization

Contact

CISCRP
Phone: 617-725-2750
Email: awareforall@ciscrp.org

Getting Yours and Giving Back: The Road to Entrepreneurial Success


Howard University School of Business Auditorium

Who: Gwendolyn S. and Colbert I. King Endowed Chair in Public Policy
When: April 6, 2016
Where: School of Business

Location

Howard University School of Business Auditorium

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

Mr. Calvin Hadley, Senior Advisor for Strategic Intiatives
Phone: 202-806-2500
Email: calvin.hadley@howard.edu

Office of Regulatory Research Compliance Workshop: The HIPAA Privacy Rule, Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) and the Privacy Rule


Seeley G. Mudd Building, Room 3019

The workshop will discuss the Privacy Rule and the criteria used by the IRB in approving an Authorization, Waiver or Alteration of Informed Consent to use Patient Health Information (PHI). Additionally, the presenter will share his perspectives on PHI-related informed consent requirements contained in the HHS Protection of Human Subjects Regulations.

Location

Seeley G. Mudd Building, Room 3019

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

Elyse C. Holtz
Phone: 202-865-8597
Email: theorrc@howard.edu

Thomas J. Pinson Memorial Lecture Series


Howard University College of Dentistry

Topic: Diagnosis Staging and Management of Squamous Cell Carcinoma Of The Oral Cavity
Learning Objectives:
1. Know the changing demographics of oral cancer
2. Ability to diagnose and stage oral cancer
3. Understood different modalities for the treatment of oral cancer.
4. Review surgical management and reconstruction.
Speaker: Dr. Amro Shihabi, D.M.D., M.D.
2 CE Credits Available

Location

Howard University College of Dentistry

Cost

How to RSVP

Phone: 202-865-1361
Email: alexandrine.tuitt@howard.edu

Organization

Contact

Howard University College of Dentistry
Phone: 202-865-1361
Email: Alexandrine.Tuitt@Howard.edu

Howard University Service Fair 2016


Armour J. Blackburn University Center Hilltop Lounge

The Howard University Service Fair (HUSF) 2016 introduces Howard students to local, national, and international service opportunities and motivates them to become more actively engaged in addressing important civic, social, economic, and community development issues confronting communities throughout the Washington, DC Metropolitan area and beyond. Through HUSF 2016, our intent is to assist our service partners in recruiting volunteers to help fulfill their mission to serve underserved and underrepresented populations.

Location

Armour J. Blackburn University Center Hilltop Lounge

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

Howard University Graduate Political Science Association, Howard University Community Development Association, Howard University Department of Political Science
Phone: 202-865-8572
Email: aliciapetersen@hotmail.com

"Obesity and Obesity Related Disorders" - 19th Annual Walter Lester Henry, Jr., M.D. 19th Symposium


Walter Lester Henry Jr., M.D. Auditorium, Tower Building, Howard University Hospital

The 19th Annual Walter Lester Henry, Jr., M.D. Symposium is an annual event presented by the Department of Medicine Chair, Dr. Charles D. Howell. This event is named after the late Dr. Henry, held in his honor and is open to any faculty, student, resident, fellow, allied health members. This event is CME accreditated and three (3) credits will be given to participants.  This year's symposium is titled "Obesity and Obesity Related Disorders"

Location

Walter Lester Henry Jr., M.D. Auditorium, Tower Building, Howard University Hospital

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Phone: 202-865-1904
Email: sonAdams@howard.edu

Organization

Contact

Department of Medicine
Phone: 202-865-1904
Email: sonadams@howard.edu

Mayor Bowser, Howard University to Break Ground on DC's First 'Inclusive Innovation' Hub


2301-D Georgia Avenue, NW

Mayor Muriel Bowser will be joined by Howard University and Luma Lab tomorrow for the groundbreaking of the District’s first Inclusive Innovation Incubator. The new space will support entrepreneurs and businesses that provide products and services to underserved communities. Tomorrow’s groundbreaking comes ahead of a trip by Mayor Bowser and District travels to South by Southwest where District leaders will meet with national tech leaders to promote economic opportunities in the District.

Location

2301-D Georgia Avenue, NW

Cost

Free Event

How to RSVP

Email: press@dc.gov

Organization

Contact

LaToya Foster
Phone: 202.727.5011
Email: latoya.foster@dc.gov

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2016 Presidential Election: Making it Work for African Americans


School of Business Auditorium

2016 Presidential Election: Making it Work for African Americans

Wednesday, March 9, 2016 4 p.m. - 6 p.m. School of Business Auditorium

Join us for a panel discussion moderated by the Honorable Vincent C. Gray.  Presenters include the Honorable James E. Clyburn, U.S. House of Representatives, 6th Congressional District, South Carolina; and David Johns, Executive Director of the White House Initiatives on Educational Excellence for African Americans.

Location

School of Business Auditorium

Cost

Free Event

Organization

Contact

Office of the President
Phone: 2028062506
Email: kyela.wilson@howard.edu

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