National Hispanic Science Network
16th Annual International Conference
June 15-18, 2016
Palm Springs, CA

The National Hispanic Science Network’s Fifteenth Annual International Conference will take place Wednesday, June 15, 2016 through Friday June 17, 2016 at the J.W. Marriott Desert Springs Resort and Spa in Palm Desert, CA.  We plan to begin at noon on Wed and close with an award banquet on Friday night.
We are very much looking forward to another stimulating conference with continued opportunities for mentoring, networking and collaborations. As you know, the annual conference serves as an excellent platform for young investigators to promote their research interests, in addition to an opportunity for members to receive pertinent information regarding the future of the organization.
More conference information will be made available shortly.  If we do not have your most recent contact information or CV, please contact Betsy Giaimo at 
Mark your calendars and we look forward to seeing you at the National Hispanic Science Network’s Fifteenth Annual International Conference!


Interdisciplinary Research Training Institute
on Hispanic Drug Abuse

The Interdisciplinary Research Training Institute (IRTI) on Hispanic Drug Abuse promotes the career development of pre-doctoral, postdoctoral and early career scientists conducting research on drug abuse among Hispanics. The IRTI is funded by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

Summer Training Program
June 7 — 13, 2016



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