DBBS to mark 35th anniversary, 1,000th graduate

The Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences will mark two milestones May 1-2: its 35th anniversary and the graduation of its 1,000th student.

Following an opening reception May 1, events on May 2 include scientific talks by four alumni and career-path panel discussions on academics, science policy and regulatory affairs, government labs, and patent law and intellectual property. Floyd E. Bloom, M.D., a member of the WUSTL Board of Trustees and professor emeritus at The Scripps Research Institute, will give the keynote address.

The division also will host its first alumni reception following the keynote address.

Morning events will take place in Erlanger and Cori auditoriums, and afternoon events will be held in the Eric P. Newman Education Center. All events are open to the public.

For more information, visit dbbs.wustl.edu/celebration