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The Annual World Congress of SBMT is a multi-disciplinary forum designed to facilitate cross-discipl...

Annual World Congress of Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics

March 6th, 2015

Duration: Multiple Days
First Day : Mar 6, 2015
Last Day: Nov 8, 2014

The Annual World Congress of SBMT is a multi-disciplinary forum designed to facilitate cross-disciplinary dissemination of technological and medical advances and scientific discovery. Thus the attendees are a mixture of neurosurgeons, radiologists, neurologists, psychiatrists, rehabilitation medicine, cardiologists, pulmonologists, bioethicists, policy makers, government officials, engineers, physicists, graphic designers, allied healthcare professionals, healthcare executives, students, post-docs., residents and fellows. SBMT annual meetings are world class scientific events designed to have a significant impact on cross-disciplinary flow of information and scientific advancements.
r We are looking for enthusiastic UCLA volunteers to assist us with organization, management of presentation rooms, being a liaison between speakers, and fulfilling other duties for the 12th Annual Congressional from March 6th-8th. Any major is free to join and time commitment can be anywhere from half a day to all three days. For those interested in the opportunity, please contact Thank you.

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Tags: education, technology, health

Contact Person: Shahdad Sherkat

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Contact Phone Number: 3107090413

Organization: Society for Brain Mapping and Therapeutics

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