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Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Foundation Fighting Blindness Retinal Disease Event April 30.
Yes, RantWoman is EXACTLY the sort of fun bubbly personality who classifies educational social events like this as "entertainment." Definitely worth putting on the calendar.
Please join us for our Speaker Series Launch/Washington VisionWalk Kick-Off Saturday, April 30th from 9:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Registration begins at 8:30am Program runs from 9 am – 12:15 pm
UW Medicine Research
South Lake Union
Orin Smith Auditorium , C‐building
850 Republican Street Seattle WA 98195
This is a great opportunityto:
Learn about retinal disease
Connect with others
Join us in our Washington VisionWalk Kick-Off
Speaker Details: Henry Klassen, M.D., Ph.D., Co-founder of J-Cyte Associate Professor and Director, Stem Cell & Retinal Regeneration Program, Ophthalmology School of Medicine University of California, Irvine
Timothy J. Schoen, B.S., M.S., Ph.D. Director, Constituent Communications Foundation Fighting Blindness
Learn about the latest cutting-edge research involving clinical trials and inherited retinal diseases and ask questions of two leading doctors in the field of degenerative eye diseases! We will also be Launching our VisionWalk over coffee!
RSVP Today and don't forget to Register for the VisionWalk! The website is up and we are looking forward to a fantastic year! Register your team and spread the word today! Call 310-450-2910 or email KGonzalez@FightBlindness.org We encourage you to invite your affected and non-affected colleagues, friends, and family. We look forward to celebrating together when we reach our ultimate goal and blindness is a thing of the past. Please call or e-mail us with any questions you have, and RSVP as soon as possible, we are here to help! Sincerely, Kathy Gonzalez, Event Manager Western Region KGonzalez@FightBlindness.org 310-450-2910
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