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Events at Stowers

From seminars to conferences, lectures to symposia, the Stowers Institute offers a variety of events where scientific knowledge and ideas are shared.

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Stowers Research Conferences: Molecular Cell Biology – RNA Regulation

April 17-April 19, 2024

9:00 am | Kansas City, MO

Organized by Ariel Bazzini, Ph.D., and Kamena Kostova, Ph.D.

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Events

Jul 23-262024

Education and Training

EMBO Laboratory Leadership for Group Leaders 2024

8:30 am | Kansas City, MO

The Stowers Institute hosts the European Molecular Biology Organization’s Laboratory Leadership Course, an annual four-day workshop for scientific group leaders delivered by EMBO Solutions.


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Apr 17-192024

Stowers Research Conferences

Stowers Research Conferences: Molecular Cell Biology – RNA Regulation

9:00 am | Kansas City, MO

Organized by Ariel Bazzini, Ph.D., and Kamena Kostova, Ph.D.

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Apr 032024

Wednesday Lecture Series

Molecular and cellular bases of coral symbiosis and its breakdown

12:00 pm | Phillip Cleves | Carnegie Institution for Science

Webinar

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Mar 272024

Wednesday Lecture Series

Illustrating the power of connectomics: circuit mechanisms that gate the salience of visual cues in Drosophila

12:00 pm | Gerry Rubin | Janelia Research Campus, Howard Hughes Medical Institute

Webinar

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Mar 132024

Wednesday Lecture Series

Design of new protein functions using deep learning

12:00 pm | David Baker | University of Washington

Webinar

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Feb 28- Mar 022024

Meeting

Astyanax International Meeting for Cavefish

Fort Lauderdale, FL

Organized by Erik Duboue, Ph.D., Nicolas Rohner, Ph.D., Johanna Kowalko, Ph.D., and Alex Keene, Ph.D.

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Feb 282024

Wednesday Lecture Series

How RBP interactions drive post-transcriptional gene expression regulation

12:00 pm | Marko Jovanovic | Columbia University

Webinar

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Feb 072024

Wednesday Lecture Series

The Impact of Infections on Evolution

12:00 pm | Nels Elde | University of Utah

Webinar

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Stowers Research Conferences

The Stowers Institute hosts conferences and symposia that encompass an array of research topics. The goal of these events is to bring together eminent scientists from all over the world and provide them an opportunity to explore scientifically challenging ideas. These events are often the catalysts for collaborations that result in significant scientific findings.

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BIG IDEAS @ScienceStowers

BIG IDEAS @ScienceStowers is a lecture series that explores how science informs and inspires our communities. It aims to bring cutting-edge and provocative scientific ideas in an engaging and accessible way to the greater Kansas City community. The series is designed to inspire a thirst for scientific knowledge and illustrate the roles that scientific discoveries play in our lives and communities.

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Wednesday Lecture Series

This ongoing seminar series explores topics in many areas of research through scientifically technical presentations by distinguished researchers from institutions across the country and around the world. This public lecture series, geared for scientific audiences, is held during the academic fall and spring semesters. 

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Translational Research Seminar Series

The Translational Research Seminar Series highlights research from Kansas City area institutions. These seminars are intended to provide an avenue for meaningful discussions and collaborations that move foundational science discoveries into practice more quickly and efficiently for the benefit of human health. Held during the academic year, the seminars are co-organized and attended by researchers from the Stowers Institute, Children’s Mercy, the University of Kansas Medical Center, and the University of Missouri-Kansas City.

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