Inaugural scientific symposium celebrates ‘richness of our research enterprise’

UMass Medical School Communications

October 22, 2013

The inaugural Albert Sherman Center Scientific Symposium took place earlier this month in the state-of-the-art facility dedicated to collaboratively solving complex biomedical science problems and finding cures for diseases. Headlined by two Nobel Laureates, the event was an opportunity for the UMass Medical School scientific community to come together in a celebration of science. 

In opening the event, Chancellor Michael F. Collins noted that the special symposium marked the opening of the Albert Sherman Center, saying, “The building, programs and the people housed within it represent the very promising future of our institution.”

See highlights of the event in this video.

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Inaugural Albert Sherman Center Scientific Symposium on Oct. 10