via IRMA

Enhance your advocacy skills and bone up on some of the basics. Dr. Jim Turpin of the Microbicide Research Branch at the National Institutes of Health, National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, will explain the basic science of drug discovery – the research that happens before we move on to Phase I safety testing in people. Many of us find basic science confusing, daunting, and scary. Jim will show us that it doesn’t have to be any of those things, and is in fact, fascinating!

Register for the Sep 29 teleconference now!

And check out  our slides and recordings from previous IRMA teleconferences here. Previous topics have included lube safety, the epidemiology of HIV among gay men in Africa,  putting pleasure back into prevention, and “the joy of stats.”