UND Alumnus and 2019 Sioux Award recipient, Dr. Greg Everson (Chemistry, 1972) will lead an open forum for undergraduate students interested in health or medical careers.
Thursday, Oct. 3 | Columbia Hall, room 1360
2:00 p.m. Cookies and Punch | 2:15 p.m. Discussion
Dr. Greg Everson is a pioneer in the field of medicine, specifically the care and treatment of Hepatitis C, a condition that was not known when he began his career over 40 years ago. Dr. Everson and his colleagues helped to discover the disease, for which they studied and treated thousands of patients over the next 30 years. A retiree of the University of Colorado, Dr. Everson served as assistant professor of Medicine, director of the Gastroenterology Fellowship Training Program, professor of Medicine, and as Chief of Hepatology. Dr. Everson received his Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from UND in 1972. He completed medical school at Cornell, and a residency in internal medicine at Creighton University.
This open forum is co-sponsored by the UND College of Arts & Sciences and the UND Undergraduate Medical Association.
Thursday, October 3 at 2:15 pm to 3:15 pm
Columbia Hall, 1360
501 N Columbia Rd, Grand Forks, ND 58202
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