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Postbaccalaureate Program to Diversify STEM: Stowers Research Scholars

Posted by , on 19 January 2022

https://www.stowers.org/gradschool/research-scholars The Stowers Institute for Medical Research (Kansas City, Missouri) is now accepting applications for Stowers Research Scholars, a mentored 1-year postbaccalaureate research fellowship. Through guided research experience and academic career ...

Stowers Research Conferences: Developmental Cell Biology

Posted by , on 25 February 2021

http://www.stowers.org/conferences Stowers Research Conferences are biennial meetings that bring together researchers, faculty, and graduate students to inspire creative thought and collaboration in the basic sciences. April 22-23, 2021 Registration Deadline: ...

Stowers Research Conferences: Developmental Cell Biology

Posted by , on 12 September 2019

SRC DevBio Poster http://www.stowers.org/conferences Stowers Research Conferences are biennial meetings that bring together researchers, faculty, and graduate students to inspire creative thought and collaboration in the basic sciences. The Developmental ...

Recent jobs by Abby Dreyer

Postdoctoral Research Associate

Posted by , on 16 February 2022

Cnidarian Cell and Developmental Biology The Gibson Lab at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research has openings for postdoctoral researchers to develop independent projects investigating the molecular, genetic and cell biological mechanisms underlying coral-algal symbiosis in the rice coral Montipora capitata and/or any aspect of development or regeneration in the sea anemone Nematostella vectensis. The Gibson Lab […]

Stowers Research Scholars – postbaccalaureate research fellowship

Posted by , on 13 December 2021

The Stowers Institute for Medical Research (Kansas City, Missouri) is now accepting applications for Stowers Research Scholars, a mentored 1-year postbaccalaureate research fellowship. Through guided research experience and academic career mentoring, this program aims to increase the number of NIH-defined underrepresented students in fundamental biological research.  This year we are accepting up to three students. […]