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Date:  10/05/16  @ 6:30pm

Topic:  The Microbiome in Health and Disease: Bugs, Guts, and Drugs

Location: Research Commons (3rd Floor - 18th Avenue Library)


An overview of how the microbes living in and on us can contribute to health, disease, and even our response to medicines.


Nicole Cartwright Kwiek  - Clinical Assistant Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies

Dr. Nicole Kwiek is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Pharmacology and the Director of Undergraduate Studies at the Ohio State University College of Pharmacy. She is also the Director of the Generation Rx Laboratory at the Center of Science and Industry (COSI) and co-leads the Generation Rx Initiative, a learning community of OSU faculty, staff, and students studying the problem of prescription drug misuse.


Parking: Parking Garage - Tuttle Park

Food/Drink: 1st floor Terra Byte Cafe & Vending


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