A Cleveland Clinic Surgeon's Journey to Address the Elimination of Health Disparities by Charles Modlin, MD, FACS

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Tuesday, February 19, 2019 -

4:00pm to 5:30pm

Kent Student Center
Ballroom Balcony

In honor of Black History Month, the Division of Research and Sponsored Programs (RASP) invites you to attend “A Cleveland Clinic Surgeon's Journey to Address the Elimination of Health Disparities”, a lecture by Charles Modlin, MD, FACS. Dr. Modlin is the sole African American transplant surgeon in Northeast Ohio, and one of only 17 African American transplant surgeons in the country. His area of special interest is healthcare disparities experienced by minority patients in the United States. A reception will follow Dr. Modlin’s lecture.
 

Charles Modlin, MD, FACS:
Kidney Transplant Surgeon; Founder and Director, Minority Men’s Health Center of Cleveland Clinic's Glickman Urological Institute; Executive Director, Minority Health for Cleveland Clinic.

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