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Are You Ready? 5 Activities to Experience at DIA

by Joel Selzer Jun 16 , 2019 2 min read

1. Sunday Social

Sunday, June 23 5:00 to 7:00pm: Network at Union Kitchen and Tap and enjoy 15% off on food. Don’t forget to bring your DIA badge!

2. CISCRP Medical Heroes Appreciation 5k

Monday, June 24 6:30 to 7:30am: The run/walk event celebrates the volunteers who give the gift of participation in clinical research and all proceeds go to support education and outreach programs.https://www.ciscrp.org/event/medical-heroes-appreciation-5k-run-walk-san-diego/

3. Attend the Student Poster Session

Monday, June 24 10:00am to 6:00pm: Come engage with our future researchers! Hear their presentations, provide feedback, and engage in discussions with this talented group.

4. Consider a Community Round Table Discussion

These sessions begin on Monday, June 24 and continue throughout Tuesday, June 25 and Wednesday June 26. Although many of these discussions will have a chair or speakers these offer a special opportunity for attendees to fully participate and engage in a free exchange of ideas among industry leaders from a variety of backgrounds and locations.https://wwwdiaglobal.org/en/flagship/dia-2019/program/learning-formats/community-round-table

5. Get Some Fresh Air

Consider a short walk to Embarcadero Marina Park South. This waterfront public park features fishing piers, bike paths, basketball courts & a concession stand. Less than a half mile walk from the convention center via the Grand Stairway.

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