Explore Salk Institute at health and wellness festival

Salk’s first-ever free community open house on April 13 will feature a health and wellness festival with vendor booths, speakers and family activities.

Guided lab tours will be offered throughout the day (pre-registration required) that will provide guests an opportunity to meet with scientists and learn about specific areas of research, including: Cancer, Dynamic Brain, Genomic Medicine, Healthy Aging, Plant Biology and Core technologies.

Register for a free lab tour today!

For more information, call 858-597-0657.

Related posts:

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  2. Research Report: Salk Institute receives grant for aging research
  3. Salk Institute receives $4M to study brain circuitry
  4. Helmsley grant funds launch of Salk Center for Nutritional Genomics
  5. UCSD, Salk, Burnham researchers get nearly $55 million in CIRM grants

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