All of Us Journey Exhibit and Live Q and A, Saturday, June 29th at Detroit Public Library

Visit the National Institutes of Health traveling exhibit the All of Us Journey to learn how the All of Us Research Program seeks to speed up medical breakthroughs through research. Step into the Journey's Exploration Station for hands-on activities to see how genetics, health, and medical research shapes our everyday lives.

Click here to view a video from AUCD on looking at how people with disabilities are being included in this important research project.

Click here to view the flyer for the FREE June 29th event at the Detroit Public Library

Program and Q&A: 12 PM -2 PM.

All of Us Journey Exhibit: Onsite from 11 AM - 4 PM. Detroit Public Library, 5201 Woodward Ave.

FEATURED SPEAKER: ANGELA M. TREPANIER, MS, CGC, “Five ways genetic counseling may improve your family’s health”. Associate Professor and Director of the Genetic Counseling Graduate Program. Wayne State University School of Medicine.

FREE RSVP: https://allofusjourney.eventbrite.com

FAMILY FUN - FOOD -MUSIC - LIBRARY ART TOURS - PHOTO BOOTH - COLORING STATIONS & MORE...

More information: shiffmanoutreach@wayne.edu or 313-577-9083.

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