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Research institute to partner with FGCU Emergent Technologies Institute

Research institute to partner with FGCU Emergent Technologies Institute
Photos courtesy of Lynn See

As FGCU continues to grow larger than ever, the university’s cooperation with research does as well. On Monday, September 19, students are invited to be a part of the next move forward.

The Board of Directors for the Clinical and Transitional Genome Research Institute will be presenting new initiatives for medical research, education, and work force development at FGCU’s Emergent Technologies Institute.

CTGRI is a Florida- based company specializing in medical genetic research and education. Join them and leaders from Lee Memorial Health System, Healthcare Network of Southwest Florida as well as other elected officials and community leaders as they unveil the future of FGCU’s part in the future of their research.

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Travis Brown

Travis is a Sophomore at Florida Gulf Coast University, majoring in Journalism and Philosophy, as well as minoring in Interdisciplinary Studies. A Minnesota native, this is his second year in Southwest Florida. Although he has never met Joe Biden, he has met Brad Young, so that’s a lot cooler.

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