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14 March 2013

Carnegie Fellowship Symposium

Cutting Edge medical research will be presented at The University of the Witwatersrand’s Faculty of Health Sciences first cohort of Carnegie Clinician Scientists at their Carnegie Fellowship Symposium on Tuesday, the 19th of March 2013.

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Cutting Edge medical research will be presented at The University of the Witwatersrand’s Faculty of Health Sciences first cohort of Carnegie Clinician Scientists at their Carnegie Fellowship Symposium on Tuesday, the 19th of March 2013.

Wits is the only university in South Africa with this highly prestigious Fellowship and the Symposium is set to offer variety of thought-provoking presentations on some of the most topical health issues facing our country today.

Date:  Tuesday, 19th of March

Venue: Len Miller Lecture Theatre, Wits Medical School

Time: 14:00

The Carnegie Fellowship Symposium is open to all medical clinicians who are encouraged to attend.

 
 
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