Burnham Institute for Medical Research Dedication Ceremony

State Rep. Dean Cannon (far right) jokes with Rasesh Takkar of Tavistock (far left) after <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="OREDU0000153" title="University of Florida" href="/topic/education/colleges-universities/university-of-florida-OREDU0000153.topic">University of Florida</a> of Florida president Dr. Bernie Machen (2nd from right), with <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP017219" title="Burnham Institute" href="/topic/health/diseases-illnesses/cancer/burnham-institute-ORCRP017219.topic">Burnham Institute</a> president Dr. <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEBSL000178" title="John Reed" href="/topic/economy-business-finance/financial-business-services/healthcare-provider/john-reed-PEBSL000178.topic">John Reed</a>, announced that the University of Florida will join the Burnham Institute for Medical Research with a research facility at Lake Nona, Thursday. Local and state elected officials, along with business and community leaders, gathered for the dedication ceremony of Burnham at the new medical city in southeast Orange county.

( JOE BURBANK, ORLANDO SENTINEL / October 8, 2009 )

State Rep. Dean Cannon (far right) jokes with Rasesh Takkar of Tavistock (far left) after University of Florida of Florida president Dr. Bernie Machen (2nd from right), with Burnham Institute president Dr. John Reed, announced that the University of Florida will join the Burnham Institute for Medical Research with a research facility at Lake Nona, Thursday. Local and state elected officials, along with business and community leaders, gathered for the dedication ceremony of Burnham at the new medical city in southeast Orange county.

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