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Elevate by Attending MLA ’19 in Chicago

Downtown from the lakefront, Chicago, IL, USA

Photo credit: J. Crocker, 2010. Downtown from the lakefront, Chicago, IL, USA.

Are you feeling stressed about keeping pace with the changes in our profession and the rapid developments in the biomedical and health sciences? Do you want to connect with friends and colleagues and burnish your skills all in one place? Are you also looking to sneak in some incredible shopping, visit world-class museums, and see a few awesome shows?  The easiest way to take care of all of that in one place is to join your colleagues in the Windy City, Chicago, IL, and attend MLA ’19, from May 3–8, 2019.

Registration for the meeting opens in January, and once signed up, you will be in store for several days of professional development, presentations, exhibits, and much more.  Don’t miss it! We will be watching for you as we learn, laugh, and make our way through the Chicago experience. Heck, we will even save you a seat on the orange line as we Elevate around the loop!

See you at MLA '19 in Chicago!

Find all MLA '19 Elevate blog posts here

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