Students to Present Research Projects

WHAT: Students from the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) at the Permian Basin School of Medicine will present research projects to faculty and professors.

WHEN: 9 a.m., Friday (May 17)

WHERE: TTUHSC School of Medicine Auditorium, 800 W. 4th St., Odessa

EVENT: Joaquin Lado, M.D., professor and division chief of endocrinology at TTUHSC in Lubbock will present a lecture to students and speak with students about the effects of critical illness on the thyroid axis. Students will also present their research projects to Lado and other TTUHSC faculty. Research topics range from medical procedures to the impact of various diseases on unborn children.

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