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In case you missed our Drug Discovery virtual event in April, the archive version is now available to view: http://bit.ly/VKSdrugdisc #VKSdrugdisc
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Sign up for our upcoming FREE webcast on "Drug Discovery: Current Trends in Medicinal Chemistry," April 26, 2018, 2:30 4:00 PM ET with moderator, Walter Moos, and Gina Xiaojing Wang, Dmitry O. Koltun, Chudi Ndubaku and Eric B. Harstad, Stay tuned after the discussion for Llive Q&A.To register and submit questions for the panel, go to bit.ly/VKSdrugdisc or virtual.keystonesymposia.org. Hashtag: #VKSdrugdisc
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Today is also #WorldKidneyDay. Join Keystone Symposia for a conference in 2019 on "Unraveling the Secrets of Kidney Disease" that will be held in Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. Go to www.keystonesymposia.org/19X4 to learn more and check out the deadlines for submitting an abstract for Short Talk.
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Travel awards available for LMIC investigators! Hurry, the deadline to apply for a Global Health Travel Award is January 9, 2018 for the Keystone Symposia conference on "One Million Genomes: From Discovery to Health," June 4–8, 2018 at the Herrenhausen Palace in Hannover, Germany. Don't miss out, and apply today! Go to http://bit.ly/2AjcusO for application requirements. #KS1Mgenome
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Less chemotherapy and more prescription of novel anti-cancer agents.
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Resuming the #FridayFellows series, this week we feature Keystone Symposia 2018 Fellow Samira Musah, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Harvard University, Wyss Institute.

Dr. Musah is a stem cell biologist interested in uncovering the molecular mechanisms of human organ development and disease progression. She uses an integrated approach to control cell fate decisions and engineer functional conduits of human organs from stem cells. Her most recent work involve the establishment of a robust stem cell-based method to generate blood-filtering cells, and integrating these cells with an in vitro system to recapitulate the function and specific drug toxicity of the human kidney’s filtration unit. Dr. Musah is the Dean’s Postdoctoral Fellow at Harvard Medical School and a research fellow at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University (co-advised by Drs. Donald E. Ingber and George M. Church).

To learn more about Keystone Symposia's Diversity in Life Science Programs, go to www.keystonesymposia.org/diversity.
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Join Keystone Symposia December 12, 2017 from 3:00–4:30 PM EST for a Free ePanel discussion on "Neuroinflammation: Causes, Concepts and Consequences." The panel will touch on some of the most important learnings and highlights from the Keystone Symposia four-day meeting in June 2017 on Neuroinflammation. It will also brainstorm ideas for subsequent meetings, including the June 2018 symposium on “New Frontiers in Neuroinflammation: What Happens When CNS and Periphery Meet” which is being organized by Drs. Marco Prinz, Jonathan Kipnis and Irene Knuesel. Go to https://tinyurl.com/VKSNeuro17 to register today! #VKSneuroinf17
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Join Keystone Symposia at ABRCMS in Phoenix, Nov 1–4, 2017, and come visit us at our Booth #237 to learn more about our Diversity in Life Science Programs. See you in Phoenix!
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