Additional activities that are taking place this week are the annual NHPCO Scientific Symposium.

Dr. Teno is a Professor of Community Health and Medication and Associate Director of the guts for Gerontology and HEALTHCARE Research at the Brown Medical School. Additionally, she serves as a co-employee Medical Director in the home and Hospice Treatment of Rhode Island. The NHPCO Clinical Group Conference and accompanying activities end on Saturday afternoon.. 10th Annual Clinical Team Conference to spotlight clinical care Joan Teno to Receive NHPCO Distinguished Researcher Award More than 1,400 hospice and palliative care professionals and researchers have gathered in Denver for the Nationwide Hospice and Palliative Treatment Organization’s 10th Annual Clinical Team Meeting that begins today at the Hyatt Regency Denver.She will lead a lecture also, thirty minutes: Integrating Imaging, Developmental and Cell Biology with Teaching and Program, on Tuesday, April 29th at the NORTH PARK Convention Center through the 2014 Annual Meeting at EB. Related StoriesUnlocking the genes behind antibiotic level of resistance: an interview with Professor RomesbergLinkam phases in use in the Wolfson Bioimaging Service at the University of Bristol within the endocytic sorting analysis of Dr Paul VerkadeUsing deep understanding how to evaluate genetic mutations: an interview with Brendan Frey Basmajian Award: Rebecca Pratt, PhD, of Michigan State University, College of Medication, will be honored for her excellence in teaching gross anatomy and her accomplishments in biomedical analysis and scholarship in education.