GENEVA RESEARCHER SPEAKS AT RAIN LECTURE SERIES

Mission in Action

8 January 2018

Geneva researcher, Dr. Gustavo Palacios lectured on the “Effect of Real Time Genomic Surveillance on Health Policy: Lessons Learned from the Liberian Ebola Outbreak” at the Readiness Acceleration & Innovation (RAIN) Network SuperHero of Science Lecture Series held on 8 January 2018. Dr. Palacios is the Director of the Center for Genomic Sciences and the United States Army Research Institute of Infectious Diseases.

RAIN is a nonprofit science hub located in Tacoma, Washington. The SuperHeroes of Science Lecture Series is a public event designed to bring cutting edge science speakers to the local level, to share their work, its importance, future of their field, and what it’s like to work in science lab(s).

Dr. Gustavo Palacios distinguished as The Readiness Acceleration & Innovation Network (RAIN) January 2018 SuperHero of Science, in Tacoma, Washington
(L-R) Director of Dept. of Clinical Investigations and Dept. of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Madigan Army Medical Center Dr. Richard Burney, Geneva Researcher and Director of the Center for Genomic Sciences and the U.S. Army Research Institute of Infectious Diseases Dr. Gustavo Palacios, Geneva Researcher at Madigan Army Medical Center Dr. Mary McCarthy, and Geneva Donor Relations Administrator Missy Zenczak

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