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Posted January 26, 2000

Feb. 12 International Health Conference

A one-day conference on international health, with a focus on vaccinology, convenes Saturday, Feb. 12, at the Clark Kerr Campus.

The conference will address public awareness, scholarship and practical action to promote worldwide health.

Topics include vaccines for children in developing countries, the role of health professionals in preventing war and the scientific and economic challenges of AIDS vaccinations.

Registration fee is $35 and $15 for students. For information, call 642-6915.

Brahms Featured at Feb. 2 Noon Concert

On Wednesday, Feb. 2, in the second of the winter/spring 2000 Noon Concert series, a sextet, composed of Berkeley students and professional musicians, will perform Johannes Brahms' "String Sextet in B-flat Major, op.18." The concert begins at 12:15 p.m. in Hertz Hall.

For information, visit the Noon Concert Web site at or call 642-2678.

Research Study Seeks Particpants

Couples who've been married at least 10 years with the oldest spouse between the ages of 50 and 75 are needed for joint Berkeley/UCSF research study on emotions.

A $50 payment will be paid for a three-hour study at Berkeley. Questionnaires will be included in the process. Call 415-353-7382 and leave a message for Richard Perry to inquire about pariticpation.



January 26 - February 1, 2000 (Volume 28, Number 19)
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