Lecture Luncheons

 

These sell-out, members-only luncheons are offered in the Fall and Spring of each year. They cost $45 per person ($15 is tax deductible). Tables of 8 are also available for purchase ($360; $120 is tax deductible).

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Some Historic Lecture Topics:
Spring 2014:
Are Antibodies Against the AIDS Virus Good Guys or Bad Guys? 
Ruth M. Ruprecht, M.D., Ph.D.
Texas Biomed
Fall 2013:
Mining the Human Genome for the Secrets Behind Parkinson's Disease.
John Blangero, Ph.D.
Texas Biomed
Spring  2013:
Food for Thought: Diet and Genes in Disease Riske
Anthony Comuzzie, Ph.D.
Texas Biomed
Fall  2012:
Out of Africa: How West Nile and other African viruses impact our lives and what we are doing to stop them.
Robert Davey, Ph.D.
Texas Biomed
Spring  2012:
The Age of  Biodefense
Jean Patterson, Ph.D.
Texas Biomed
Fall 2011:
The Bold Future of Biomedical Research
John VandeBerg, Ph.D.
Spring 2011:
Can I be Lady Bountiful but still draw a Boundary???
Dr. Madeleine Reichert
Fall 2010:
Winning in Breast Cancer - Why Breast Cancer Mortality is Dramatically Decreasing in the United States.
Peter Ravdin, M.D., Ph.D.
Spring 2010:
What Our Genes Tell Us
John Blangero, Ph.D.
Fall 2009:
Choices We Make: The Latest Science on Living the Longest in Good Health
Clinton E. Baisden M.D., FACS
Spring 2009:
Wind, Sun and the Future of Energy
Amy Hardberger