Former CDC Deputy Director and NASA Scientist visit CDC to discuss space science research and its benefit to humanity – Media Advisory
Posted by Associated Press on 11th April 2013

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The David J. Sencer CDC Museum presents a look back at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s collaboration with NASA during the 1960’s space program presented by Dr. Walter Dowdle, former CDC Deputy Director. A second presentation will be given by Dr. Tara Ruttley, Associate Program Scientist for the International Space Station, on scientific research in microgravity or weightlessness and how discoveries uncovered in space improve life on Earth.

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