Guest Speaker: Joseph Dituri, Ph.D.,
USF Associate Professor
Dr. Dituri is a lifelong explorer, world-record holder, retired naval commanding officer, published author, and global speaker.
Most recently he has garnered international media coverage for living underwater as part of Project Neptune, a 100-day underseas mission. While below, Dr. Dituri taught his students online while conducting primary research on the human body in isolated, compressed, and extreme conditions. Operating from the Jules ’ Undersea Lodge in Key Largo, Florida, on day 73 he broke the Guinness World Record the for longest time spent living in a fixed underwater habitat.
Join us as we hear Dr. Dituri’s interesting story and how his experiment will help shape the future of medicine!
To learn more about Dr. Dituri please click here.
Social Hour: 6:15 PM
Dinner & Presentation: 7:15 PM
Two medical student scholarships will be presented during the evening!
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