EVENTS

I hope you'll be able to zoom in with me on Wednesday, January 6, 2021 at 12 noon for a much needed reboot, refresh, and rejuvenating start to the New Year!

I'm thrilled to announce that I'll be joined by Dr. Sharon Allison-Ottey, an avid medical researcher who was named the American Geriatric Society's 1999 Investigator of the Year in recognition of her pioneering work in AIDS in the Elderly, and was one of the first in the world to publish on this topic. Throughout her career she's been actively involved with biomedical research and has served as a Scientific Consultant in Neurobehavioral Toxicology to the United States Environmental Protection Agency. She has been engaged in several research collaborations that include the John Hopkins Urban Health Institute and the Gallup Organization. She continues to be an advisor on the development, implementation and execution of clinical trials; especially those involving minority populations and women. Dr. Allison-Ottey received her medical degree from East Carolina University School of Medicine, and is a proud alumna of North Carolina Central University where she earned dual degrees in Biology and Chemistry with minors in Physics, African American History, and English with honors.

Don't forget to register here for the event. I can't wait to see you on January 6th!

Stay well,



 

Andrea Harrison
Delegate- District 24, Prince George's County
Member, House Environment & Transportation Committee

 

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