SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 2016
Medical College of Wisconsin
8701 Watertown Plank Road
Milwaukee, WI. from 8:00AM-4:00PM
Complimentary parking will be available onsite
This full day interactive training program is open to everyone interested in learning the science of breast cancer on an introductory level. Participants who complete this program will better understand breast cancer research and issues in the media and scientific presentations at local and national conferences. Graduates of this training program will become better informed science advocates on the state and national levels and learn about the important role we can all play in the political arena where breast cancer issues and funding for research are at stake.
BOOT CAMP 2016 follows the success of our first BOOT CAMP launched in 2015. New research topics are being planned and an expanded session on advancing breast cancer research, access and influence.
- Reading materials related to topics provided in advance
- Interactive format in a classroom setting
- Scientific presentations by the Medical College of Wisconsin faculty
- Small study group discussions following lectures
- Opportunities available to graduates locally and nationally
Who Should Apply: Survivors, allied health care and business professionals, those involved in the legal profession, educators, high school and university students, members of the general public and the media.
COST: Tuition is free. Space will be limited.
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Wisconsin Breast Cancer Research and Advocacy BOOT CAMP 2016 is a collaborative effort of the Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center and the Wisconsin Breast Cancer Coalition and is presented as a service to local communities in our state.