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Veterans Affairs Research Conference

Jun. 1, 2017, 8:39 AM

(photo by Steve Green)

The 3rd National Veterans Health Affairs Research Conference held at Vanderbilt University Medical Center May 17-18 featured keynote speaker Ann Richmond, Ph.D., center, winner of one of the VA’s 2016 William S. Middleton Award. Representatives of the Tennessee congressional delegation who attended were, from left, Rachel Lee (Sen. Bob Corker), Emily Buck (Rep. Diane Black) and Evann Freeman (Sen. Lamar Alexander). Pierre Massion, M.D., second from right, served as a moderator and speaker. The conference was organized by Don Rubin, M.D., and Kimberlee Potter, Ph.D. (on either side of Richmond), Jacek Hawiger, M.D., Ph.D., third from right, and Shanna Arnold, Ph.D. far right.

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