Alumni and Faculty Forums and Tours

Biotech Place
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Talks and Tours

 All alumni are welcome. Space is limited for each tour – register online NOW

Friday, September 19
3-4 p.m.

Wake Forest School of Medicine Tour
Alumni Plaza
Join current students as they lead walking tours of the medical school. All tours will start and end in Alumni Plaza which is located outside of Babcock Auditorium. Parking will be available in the WFBMC Employee parking deck on Hawthorne Road. 

 3-4 p.m.
Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) Tour
Richard H. Dean Biomedical Building, 391 Technology Way, 27101
Tour the institute that is the international leader in translating regenerative medicine scientific discovery into clinical therapies. Parking is available in the parking deck beside the Richard Dean Building. 

4:30-5:30 p.m.
Stay Connected: Transforming Tobacco Factories into Innovative Spaces
Eric Tomlinson, DSc, PhD, President, Wake Forest Innovation Quarter and Chief Innovation Officer, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center
Wake Forest Biotech Place Auditorium
575 N. Patterson Avenue, 27101
Hear the latest about the state-of-the-art multipurpose biotechnology research and innovation center, and then tour Innovation Quarter, including Wake Forest Biotech Place research labs.

Saturday, September 20
9:30-10:30 a.m
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Wake Forest School of Medicine Tour
Alumni Plaza
Join current students as they lead walking tours of the medical school. All tours will start and end in Alumni Plaza which is outside of Babcock Auditorium. Parking will be available in the WFBMC Employee parking deck on Hawthorne Road. 

10:30-11:15 a.m.
Medical Alumni Association Annual Meeting (open) and State of the School Address by Dean Edward Abraham, MD
Babcock Auditorium, Hanes Building
Gather for an update on the Medical Alumni Association and recognition of special guests including the MAA Board, MAA Distinguished Award winners, emeriti faculty and class agents. Dean Edward Abraham, MD, will present the inaugural State of the School Address. All Alumni are encouraged to attend and to hear the updates on the new curriculum and plans for a new medical education building.  Parking will be available in the WFBMC Employee parking deck on Hawthorne Road.                                          

11:15 a.m.-Noon
Stay Connected: Alumni and Faculty Forum
Babcock Auditorium, Hanes Building
Paul J. Laurienti, MD, PhD, Professor, Department of Radiology   
“Rethinking the Brain”
Special introduction by Doug Maynard, MD ’59, Professor Emeritus, Radiology

2:30-3:30 p.m.
Stay Connected-CANCELED

3:30-4:15 p.m.
Stay Connected: Alumni and Faculty Forum
Wake Forest Biotech Place Auditorium
575 N. Patterson Avenue, 27101
Shay Soker, PhD, Professor of Regenerative Medicine
“Future Prospects and Challenges for Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine”
Special introduction by Patty Adams, MD ’74, Professor Emerita, Internal Medicine-Nephrology, member of the WFIRM Scientific Advisory Committee and 2014 MAA Distinguished Faculty Award winner.

 

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