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Pursue the possibility of a new graduate "Program in Cancer Biology". - Matt 15:47, 24 July 2008 (UTC): Met with Dr. Hallick on July 23rd and obtained the forms necessary for approval of a new Graduate Program. This is a process that will take up to a year to complete.
Institute a "Basic Science Retreat" in the Fall that is coordinated with the OCI retreat and monthly research presentations.
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