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"The Impact of AIDS in Africa"; Dr. Philip Berger Special Lecture

On Tuesday, March 6th, 2007, the Graduate Students Association at Scarborough (GSAS) is proud to present a special lecture with Dr. Philip Berger, a leading HIV/AIDs physician from St. Michael's Hospital in Toronto.  Dr. Berger is a highly regarded leader in the field of HIV/AIDs treatment, and has considerable experience in treating patients both in Canada and overseas, as well as in advancing research towards a cure for the disease (see bio below).  The seminar is in the ARC lecture hall at 5pm, and all undegraduates, graduate students, faculty and staff are welcome to attend.  Please join us at this exciting event! Because of the wide applicability to international studies, social, life & medical sciences at UTSC, we highly encourage faculty to notify undergraduates of the event.

What:     "The Impact of AIDS in Africa"

Who:      Dr. Philip Berger, HIV/AIDs Physician

Where:   ARC Lecture Hall

When:    Tuesday March 6, 2007, 5pm

Open to all University members

Please feel free to circulate this email to other members of the university who may be interested in this special seminar. Anyone interested in volunteering or assisting with the event are asked to contact Steve Hayward (steve.hayward@utoronto.ca) or Bu Lam (bu.lam@utoronto.ca) directly. GSAS gratefully acknowledges the support from the Council on Student Services for this event.




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