Manton Center for orphan disease Research
Dr. Kakkis, First Visiting Scientist of the Manton Center for Orphan Disease Research
Dr. Kakkis, First Visiting Scientist of The Manton Center for Orphan Disease Research – – September 09, 2009
Visiting Scientist Program – Each year, The Manton Center will invite and host one or more visiting scientists from prestigious national and international Institutions to visit, teach, and lecture over a several day period. The interests and expertise of Visiting Scientists will be related to the mission and goals of The Manton Center for Orphan Disease research. In brief, The Manton Center has been established to encourage the development of new and innovative research on rare “orphan” conditions that have hitherto been understudied due to a lack of resources and interest on the part of the scientific and medical community. The Visiting Scientist Program will support the travel expenses, honorarium, and planning and meeting expenses for Visiting Scientists to visit The Manton Center and meet with, teach, and learn from, The Manton Center and other Boston Children’s Hospital and Harvard faculty and trainees. [Read More...]
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