Title: Finding the SUSY Higgs in Rare Decays


Is the minimal Standard Model the unique low-energy limit of the Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM)? It is well known that the MSSM is not the supersymmetric Minimal Standard Model because it has two Higgs doublets, not just the one. I will explain why this statement has implications for the Higgs sector of the MSSM far beyond those widely understood: it can generate deviations in Higgs decay ratios, new sources of CP violation, and most importantly, new sources of flavor-changing neutral currents. This leads to the distinct possibility that the SUSY Higgs sector could be discovered indirectly at the Tevatron (through ) or at a B-factory (through ).