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Dirty bomb response is topic of May 30 seminar at UTHSC

WHAT:
"Fundamentals of Response — The Radiation 'Dirty Bomb' Scenario," a seminar sponsored by the Center for Public Health Preparedness and Biomedical Research (CPHPBR) at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

WHEN:
Noon Friday, May 30 (bring a brownbag lunch if you wish)

WHERE:
Room 309L, Medical School building, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, 7703 Floyd Curl Drive

WHO:
Scheduled presenters are Lt. Col. Brian Attaway, commander of the Texas National Guard's 6th Civil Support Team (expertise in weapons of mass destruction) and Samuel G. Morale, M.D., clinical assistant professor of surgery at the Health Science Center. Harold L. Timboe, M.D., M.P.H., director of the CPHPBR and associate vice president for administration at the Health Science Center, will introduce the speakers. Audience members are free to ask questions after the second presentation.

WHY:
This presentation of practical health advice and bioresearch information related to homeland security is presented as a public service of the CPHPBR. The program is free and campus visitors may park in metered visitor parking on a first-come, first-serve basis. For more information about the CPHPBR, click on http://cphpbr.uthscsa.edu/.

Contact: Will Sansom or Aileen Salinas