Wednesday Lecture Series

Supported by a generous donation from the Stowers Foundation

The Wednesday Lecture Series is an ongoing seminar series that explores topics in many areas of biomedical research through scientifically technical presentations by distinguished researchers from institutions across the country and world. This free lecture series, geared to scientific audiences, is held during the academic fall and spring semesters.

All Wednesday Lecture Series seminars are presented in the Research Building Auditorium at 12:00pm.

Stowers Institute for Medical Research
1000 East 50th St., Kansas City, Missouri 64110
(816) 926-4000
http://www.stowers.org/locationmap

 

 

September 2019

Wednesday
4
Centre for Chromosome Biology Biomedical Sciences
Nucleolar formation in human cells; a chromosomal perspective
Hosted by: Jennifer Gerton
Wednesday
11
University of Texas, Southwestern
The dark side of DNA - how DNA triggers immune defense and autoimmune diseases
Hosted by: Randal Halfmann
Wednesday
18
Lankenau Institute for Medical Research
Why Tumors Eat Tryptophan: Immunometabolism, Vascularization and Metastasis
Hosted by: Linheng Li
Wednesday
25
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Central dogma in live cells, imaging and manipulating single alleles and single mRNAs
Hosted by: Crossroads Tech/Core

October 2019

Wednesday
2
Harvard University
T cell control of HIV: Implications for vaccines and cure
Hosted by: Robb Krumlauf
Wednesday
9
Princeton University
Quorum-Sensing Communication: From Viruses to Bacteria to Eukaryotes
Hosted by: Outreach – Lay and Science Talks
Wednesday
16
Stanford University
TBD
Hosted by: Grad School Module and Julia Zeitlinger
Wednesday
23
University of Washington
TBD
Hosted by: Anoja Perera
Wednesday
30
Washington University
TBD
Hosted by: Crossroads Graduate School

November 2019

Wednesday
6
Duke University Medical Center
TBD
Hosted by: Crossroads Postdocs
Wednesday
13
Deneen Wellik
University of Wisconsin, Madison
TBD
Hosted by: Grad School Module and Paul Trainor

December 2019

Wednesday
4
Centre for Biochemical and Macromolecular Research
TBD
Hosted by: Grad Module and Nicolas Rohner

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