Leena Bharath Presents at 19th Annual Tolle Lege Reception

Dr. Leena Bharath represented Merrimack’s School of Health Sciences at this year’s Tolle Lege Reception celebrating academic scholarship.
Leena Bharath
Dr. Leena Bharath speaks to crowd at Merrimack’s 19th Annual Tolle Lege Reception on May 5, 2022.

On May 5, at the 19th Annual Tolle Lege Reception, Assistant Professor Leena Bharath, Ph.D., presented “It Is Not Me, It Is My Age That Makes Me Inflammatory.”

The Tolle Lege Collection is a special collection of faculty, staff, student and alumni published work. The annual reception recognizes and celebrates the academic scholarship of the Merrimack College community. Each year, authors published during the previous academic year are honored with a reception, and selected contributors speak about their work.

Dr. Bharath was selected to represent the College’s School of Health Sciences.

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