Come and celebrate with us. Hope to see you there!
Today, after 20 years, the inspiration brought about by Dr. Howell has allowed the Foundation to award over 200 scholarships to aspiring researchers and doctors, to hold over 80 educational events and to fund 3 grants addressing the health of underserved women in our community.
Please Join us in celebrating the next 20 years of Women’s Health Research at our Featured Luncheon:
“One World, One Health”
With Stanley Maloy, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Sciences
Associate Director, Center for Microbial Sciences
San Diego State University
Date: Friday, November 13th, 2015
Time: 11:15am Registration
The Importance of the “One Health” Initiative
New infectious diseases are arising at an alarming frequency, making it imperative to understand where emerging diseases come from and why. Although the health of humans, animals, and the environment are inextricably interconnected, practices in human and veterinary medicine rarely recognize these linkages. The "One Health" initiative integrates these three disciplines to develop upstream approaches to prevent disease.
About Dr. Maloy
Dr. Maloy is Past-President of the American Society for Microbiology, the oldest and largest single life science membership organization in the world. He has had numerous roles at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, teaching the summer course in Advanced Bacterial Genetics from 1990-1995, the advanced graduate course in Microbial Pathogenesis at the Watson Graduate School from 2002-2006, and was co-founder of the international symposium on Microbial Pathogenesis and Host Response.
He has taught numerous international courses and organized many international scientific meetings. He is the author of several books, and has won multiple awards for teaching. He has consulted for large companies and small, biotech start-up companies, served on the Scientific Advisory Board of several companies, and as Chief Scientific Officer of Vaxiion Therapeutics. He served as chair of the NIH MBC1 Study Section and as an advisor for many national and international scientific agencies. for Microbial Sciences and Professor of Biology.
Research in his lab focuses on bacterial physiology, genetics, genomics, and the evolution of microbial pathogens.
For more details, see: http://www.bio.sdsu.edu/faculty/maloy.html.
RSVP: Register online at www.howellfoundation.org no later than October 30th. You may include a celebratory donation gift with your registration. Prepaid registration is required. We regret not being able to accommodate last minute attendance as seating is limited!
Come and celebrate! We would love to see you there!
About the Doris A. Howell Foundation:
The Doris A. Howell Foundation for Women’s Health Research is committed to keeping the women we love healthy, advancing women’s health through research and educating women to be catalysts for improving family health in the community.
The organization does so by funding scholarships to students researching issues affecting women’s health; providing a forum for medical experts, scientists, doctors, and researchers to convey timely information on topics relevant to women’s health and the health of their families through its Lecture and Evening Series, and by funding research initiatives that improve the health of under-served women and increase awareness and advocacy in the community.