NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES

PAINTER DEBATE: 12:15-1:45PM
"This House Believes that Radiation Does Not Offer Any Carcinogenic Risk to Astronauts", argued by Doug Boreham (Pro) and Michael Weil (Con) with introduction by Martin Brown.

RRS proudly returns to the tradition of days gone by, when the annual debates were full of fun, colorful characters and controversy. In 2015 RRS reinstates the original name, The Painter Debates in honor of the late Robert Painter. Bob was so well known for encouraging open and free discussion that the Radiation Research Society initiated the ''Painter Debate'' which addressed controversial topics at its annual meeting.

RSVP is required at registration to confirm attendance and to reserve a meal. A boxed lunch is provided to enjoy while listening to the debate and may be ordered gluten free.

WELCOME RECEPTION: 6:45-8:45PM
RSVP is required at registration to confirm attendance.

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 BUSINESS FORUM WITH BUFFET LUNCH: 12:15-1:45PM

MEMBERS ONLY: Enjoy a buffet lunch while learning about your Radiation Research Society! Take the opportunity to meet committee members and find out where you can play a roll. This exclusive events also features the awards ceremony and the passing of the gavel to the next RRS President.
RSVP is required at registration to confirm attendance. 
EARLY CAREER INVESTIGATOR MEETING (ECI): 6:30-7:00PM
No longer a SIT but still early in your career? RRS has formed a new subgroup for Early Career Investigators (ECIs) formerly known as Faculty-in-Training (FITs). If you are within the first ten years of running your own independent group you qualify as an ECI. RRS wants to connect ECIs, hear experiences, and encourage research programs! Join us to learn more!
 

ENJOY YOUR FREE AFTERNOON WITH AN ACTIVITY OR SHOPPING
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RRS Exclusive Final Night Event: Venice Ala'merican:  6:30-11:00pm
Fort Lauderdale’s most popular waterfront dining destination offers one of South Florida’s most highly regarded culinary teams, the newly remodeled venue delivers superb food, service and spectacular views of the Intracoastal Waterway. Take your pick of three large, artfully designed bars inside and out, a chic outdoor waterside lounge and in door resort contemporary dining room, offer Fort Lauderdale’s most exciting dining destination with ambiance settings to suit any mood. The 340 feet of dockage, allow your luxury yacht transfer to be just the beginning of a wonderful evening. Dance the night away to the house DJ pumping out the latest and greatest for a closing night under the stars.


The Evening Begins with a short ride to Ft. Lauderdale; upon arrival board one of two RRS Private Yachts:

Private RRS group transfer departs the Bonaventure Hotel and Resort for a short ride to board one of two private yachts for the beginning of an
incredible evening. Envelope yourself in the opulence of the main salon or enjoy the balmy breeze in the top deck lounges. Sit back and relax as you take in the sites of the Intracoastal Waterway, and you will understand why it has come to be known as the “Venice of America”. Beautiful palm tree lined canals boasting restaurants, hotels and attractions, the Intracoastal Waterway is both a means for transportation and an experience in itself. Sightseeing from your evening’s luxury liner yacht along the Intracoastal Waterway is a special experience as it allows you to take in Fort Lauderdale’s resort-like skyline, high end real estate, yachts and attractions.



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