Mentoring next-generation scientists from diverse backgrounds is one of the hallmarks of the Keystone Symposia Fellows (KSF) program. KSFs receive mentoring from the Board of Directors (BOD), Scientific Advisory Board (SAB), and Diversity Advisory Committee (DAC). Senior scientists from the BOD, SAB, and DAC are invested in providing excellent mentoring of KSFs, thereby preparing them […]
On behalf of the DAC, who served as reviewers for the Keystone Symposia Class of 2017, I would like to thank the larger scientific community, including universities, research labs, and industry that presented very fine early career trainee applications for consideration. Please note that going forward, the Keystone Symposia Fellows program will have an annual […]
Keystone Symposia’s Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) held its annual June meeting in Keystone, CO with a few important changes: (1) Keystone Symposia is now hosting two cohorts of Fellows each year at the June SAB meeting (i.e., both Classes of 2016 and 2017 were present); (2) the First Annual Andy Robertson Lecture was held; and […]
Nearly 40 percent of Keystone Symposia conferences take place outside of the U.S. To help support the research of our UR early career faculty trainees, the Early Career Investigator Travel Award (ECITA) program offers $1200 reimbursable travel support to attend Keystone Symposia conferences. This year, we awarded ECITAS to 12 UR scientists, including two who […]
Keystone Symposia Fellow (KSF) Dr. Frederick Gregory (Class of 2012), is moving his research to the UK starting fall 2016. Dr. Gregory is a Program Manager, Neurophysiology of Cognition with the U.S. Army Research Office in Research Triangle Park, NC. He has agreed to share a little of his story with us. If you are considering […]
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