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Dr. Kyle McInnis and Vice Admiral Regina Benjamin

April 12, 2012
Dr. Kyle McInnis, Assistant Dean and Chair of Health Sciences represents Merrimack at the 2012 National Health Promotion Summit in Washington D.C.

Dr. Kyle McInnis, Assistant Dean and Chair of Health Sciences, was an invited speaker at the National Health Promotion Summit in Washington D.C. to present cutting-edge research to promote physical activity in under-served youth through the use of innovative technology embedded into a science curriculum called “Active Science”. At the Summit, he had the honor to meet the 18th Surgeon General of the United States, Vice Admiral Regina Benjamin (pictured here).

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