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Kellogg students selected to attend prestigious Biovision conference in France

4/1/2005 - Three Kellogg students have been invited to attend the prestigious Biovision world life sciences conference in Lyons, France. Biotech majors Dario R. Benavides (KSM ‘05), Bernardo Garcia-Manzano (KSM ‘06) and Stephen Waddell (KSM ‘06) will spend the week of April 8-15 in Europe delving into many different aspects of life sciences.

Biovision's goal is to build a network and further the careers of the world's most promising talents in life sciences. The conference consists of three workshops that will require attendees to reflect upon three interdependent questions about the future and the goals of life sciences. The conference participants will also attend a day dedicated to the presentations and round table discussions from 12 Nobel Laureates.

Only 100 students are selected to attend this forum, which includes PhD's, Post Docs and MBA's from North America, Europe, Japan, China and India , among others. The selection process is conducted by top officials from several prominent institutions, including the New York Academy of Sciences, the European Molecular Biology Organization, and the American Association for Advancement of Science as well as private consultants.