Dr. Ramona Rice Attends Chautauqua Short Course
(Milledgeville, GA) May 5, 2004 – Dr. Ramona Rice, Georgia Military College Chair of the Division of Natural Sciences, was recently offered an appointment to the Chautauqua Short Course: The Molecular Basis of Disease. Chautauqua Short Courses are an annual series of forums to provide an opportunity for invited scholars to communicate new knowledge, concepts, and techniques directly to college teachers in ways which are immediately beneficial to their teaching.
The director of the three-day course, Dr. David Dressler, a lecturer on Biochemistry at Oxford University, led the group in discussions of several diseases, each representing an important area of molecular medicine, including, AIDS, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s disease, schizophrenia and cancer. Dr. Rice was one of only 31 individuals from colleges across the nation invited to attend.
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