London Bound: KSF Frederick Gregory Takes His Science to the UK

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...

Google Hangout: The Importance of Mentoring with Dr. Nora Savage

Dr. Nora Savage, National Science Foundation, provides sage advice on finding your scientific path, mentoring, and work life balance.                

DAC Spotlight: Dr. Nancy Hurtado-Ziola

Within months of receiving a Doctorate degree in Biomedical Science from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) School of Medicine, Dr. Hurtado-Ziola was employed at a nascent biotechnology company, Gc-Free, Inc., which is now known as Sialix, Inc.  She was the first full-time...

DAC Spotlight: Dr. Bruce Birren

Bruce Birren is the Director of the Genomic Center for Infectious Diseases and Co-Director of the Genome Sequencing and Analysis Program at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard. He also is the founding advisor to the Institute's Diversity Initiative in Scientific Research. Birren is...

2016 KSFs and their 2016 Keystone Symposia Mentors

  On behalf of Keystone Symposia’s CSO, DAC, Fellows, and DLSP Director – a very big THANK YOU to this year’s class of Keystone Symposia mentors! 2016 Fellows 2016 Mentors Leslie Caromile, Assistant Professor, UCONN Health, Center for Vascular Biology Curtis Harris, Chief, Laboratory of Human Carcinogenesis, NCI/National Institutes...