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PBS Host to Highlight March RACE Events at Mayo

PBS Host to Highlight March RACE Events at Mayo

Two dynamic lecturers highlighted March 2013 events on the Mayo Clinic campus in Florida supporting the "RACE: Are We So Different?" exhibit at Jacksonville's Museum of Science and History (MOSH).  Henry Louis Gates Jr., Ph.D., an acclaimed professor, author and host of the PBS program "Finding Your Roots," explored race, [...]

Created by Dana Sparks

Dr. Poland Rubella Study - Broll Cutaways in Lab

Cutaways of Dr. Poland in the lab.

Created by Joel Streed

Dr. Poland Rubella Study - Practical Advantages (:32)

Dr. Poland explains how these findings could lead to some practical advantages.

Created by Joel Streed

Dr. Poland Rubella Vaccine - Move Toward Genetics (:22)

Dr. Jacobson says this study could lead to more individualization, not on race, but on genetics.

Created by Joel Streed

Dr. Poland Rubella Study - Minorities in Research (:29)

Dr. Poland on how minority groups are increasingly being included in medical research.

Created by Joel Streed

Dr. Poland Rubella Study - Different Response (:22)

Dr. Gregory Poland on the different response seen in African Americans to the rubella vaccine.

Created by Joel Streed

Dr. Poland Rubella Study - Findings Overview (:85)

Dr. Gregory Poland speaks on the findings of his study that looked at the rubella vaccine and found race based differences.

Created by Joel Streed

Rajkumar MGUS Study- Next Steps (:13)

Dr. Vincent Rajkumar explains the next steps in research and how it could have implications that effect all races.

Created by Joel Streed

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