Centro SOL and the Urban Health Institute invite you to the 3rd Annual Latino Health Conference entitled "The Values of Latino Health Research during Changing Times" for a discussion of the relevance of an inclusive research agenda at this moment in U.S. political history.

Featuring Joshua Sharfstein, associate dean public health practice, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and Tina Cheng, chair of pediatrics, Johns Hopkins Medicine, as well as Zeke Cohen, councilman of the 1st District, Baltimore City, and Brooke Lierman, delegate, District 46th.

Speed mentoring with renowned researchers for young investigators and undergraduate students available. Community organizations would benefit from attending the community-driven research luncheon to create, improve or strengthen their program evaluation.

Registration is required. Reserve your seat at http://jhcentrosol.org/events/lhc2017 

Make a change by getting your ticket today! Proceeds will sponsor one participant of our Centro SOL Summer Scholars program. Discounted tickets available upon request. Email centrosol@jhmi.edu for questions.

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