Approximately 125 students and faculty representing colleges and universities from throughout New England attended the event, the only conference of its kind in the country sponsored by, and for, undergraduates. A record 28 undergraduate papers were presented at this year's symposium.
Ira B. Wilson, MD, an assistant professor of medicine at the New England Medical Center and a member of the faculty at Tufts University School of Medicine, presented the keynote address, "Doctoring in Context: Money, Death and Voodoo." The conference was moderated by Helen Maslocka '79, president of BuyCell Strategies and organizer of the first Mendel bioethics conference.
-- Mark Sullivan
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