Dr. Li is a Full Professor in Genomics, the director of the UCLA Clinical Microarray Core, and the director of JCCC Genomics Shared Resource (Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, David Geffen School of Medicine). Prior to his post at UCLA, Dr. Li was the director of the Functional Genomics Facility at the University of Chicago, 2001-2007. He is a member of the Association of Molecular Pathology, American Society for Clinical Pathology, The Cancer Cytogenomics Microarray Consortium, The International Standards for Cytogenomic Arrays (ISCA) Consortium, and is on the advisory board of Life Technology. Dr. Li has authored more than 80 peer-reviewed publications in genomics. He received his master’s degree in quantitative genetics in China, his doctorate in molecular genetics from the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom, and his post-doctoral training at Adelaide University in Australia.
The UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs is hosting its annual Diversity Recruitment Fair! Aimed at ensuring equitable recruitment practices across the school’s three departments, the fair will host speakers and workshops focusing on the intersections of Public Policy, Social Welfare, and Urban Planning with social justice missions. Participants will spend the day hearing from department chairs, guest speakers, alumni, current students, and staff as they speak about diversity at Luskin and how our graduate programs lead to careers in public service and social justice. The event is free and will also include application and fellowship workshops, a campus tour, and general program information.
well, I’m making the comment again – even if I did make the comment earlier.
Who there at your firm is doing the Sonic Fast Food surveys? because they are more interested in their numbers than what I think.
What does it matter that on a previous page – I forgot to list that I had a soda 2 afternoons in the past month (at McDonalds) – and now I list it on a later page.
I just can’t make all these numbers add up. And, your survey won’t let me off the page.
If I had known at the beginning of the survey that I had to keep notes for later pages then I would have done so. But, your survey firm didn’t warn me!
This should definitely be brought up at a Management Meeting and in Staff Meetings.
Are you married to your stats, or are you interested in the fact that I like a Route 44 soda sometimes?