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.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic situation, public Wednesday Lecture Series seminars are being held virtually until the Stowers campus fully reopens. If you wish to participate, you may send a request to Connie Hoye.

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

 

November 2020

Wednesday
4
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
From genomics to therapeutics: single-cell dissection and manipulation of disease circuitry
Hosted by: Julia Zeitlinger and Crossroads Grad School
Wednesday
18
Morgridge Institute for Research
Scale-bridging in vivo studies of vertebrate embryogenesis with compact, modular light sheet microscopes
Hosted by: Crossroads Tech/Core
Wednesday
25
The Francis Crick Institute
From synchrontrons to microwires - an interdisciplinary view on sensory processing
Hosted by: Ron Yu and Open University

December 2020

Wednesday
2
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, HHMI
TBD
Hosted by: Crossroads KUMC-IGPBS
Wednesday
9
Wellcome Trust MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute
TBD
Hosted by: Linheng Li

January 2021

Wednesday
13
Vanderbilt University
TBD
Hosted by: Sarah Zanders
Thursday
21
Janelia Research, HHMI
TBD
Hosted by: Crossroads

February 2021

Wednesday
3
Columbia University
TBD
Hosted by: Linheng Li
Wednesday
10
University of Rochester
Intragenomic conflict in Drosophila: satellite DNA and meiotic drive
Hosted by: Crossroads
Wednesday
17
University of British Columbia
TBD
Hosted by: Crossroads Grad School
Wednesday
24
Max Planck Institute
TBD
Hosted by: Jennifer Gerton

March 2021

Wednesday
3
UT Southwestern
Unexpected regulators of signaling and metabolism
Hosted by: Randal Halfmann

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