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Science Matters: Looking in Unexpected Places

An Evening Program
Thursday, May 16

Join us for a conversation with PNRI genetic researchers Aimee Dudley, PhD and Michael Metzger, PhD. Learn about how unconventional model organisms — clams, yeast, Tasmanian devils, and more — have the power to fuel new solutions to human disease, from cancer to diabetes.

Timing

4:30 pm Check-in
5:00 pm Program
5:45 pm Wine Reception

Registration Required

Email development@pnri.org to confirm your seat by May 9.

Hosted at Perkins Coie LLP

1201 Third Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101

Parking: Parking available in building — garage entrance on Seneca Street at 3rd Avenue. $8 after 4 pm. Additionally, metered street parking and garages are located near the building.

The Building: Once inside the 1201 Third Building (formerly the Washington Mutual Tower), take elevators to 48th Floor.

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