FORT WORTH - Texas – The UNT Health Science Center’s eighth annual Research Appreciation Day is March 29 on the center’s Fort Worth Cultural District campus. More than 100 research projects will be presented, including research on Alzheimer’s disease, eye disease, cancer, public health and heart disease. The investigators will be on hand to share their research findings. The day-long event is free and open to the public.
Dr. Gerald Cagle, senior vice president for research and development at Alcon Laboratories, Inc., will present the keynote address at 11:30 a.m. in the health science center’s George Luibel, D.O. Hall. Dr. Cagle will speak on the benefits and difficulties of academia industry collaboration from the industry point of view.
Research Appreciation Day is an annual opportunity for health science center students, faculty and staff to share research results, encourage potential joint research projects and enhance the public’s knowledge of the research conducted at the health science center. Other investigative efforts that will be presented March 29 relate to:
The UNT Health Science Center is located at 3500 Camp Bowie Boulevard in Fort Worth’s Cultural District, and free parking is available in the health science center’s Lot A on Clifton Road, off Camp Bowie Blvd. See Research Appreciation Day Schedule of activities attached. For more information on Research Appreciation Day, contact the health science center at (817) 735-2560.
If you are with the media and need additional information or would like to arrange an interview,
please contact Jeff Carlton, Director of Media Relations, at 817-735-7630.