Featuring conference season highlights, spotlights on innovation and more, this biannual publication showcases Keystone Symposia’s efforts– past, present & future– to catalyze collaborative partnerships and inspire innovation in science and medicine around the world.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our new 2-day format for conferences on emerging topics. These topics are nascent areas of research, where our investment in the science and community at this critical stage enables them to grow and reach their full transformative potential... Read More
2-Day Emerging Topic Meetings in 2024:
- Stem Cell Models for Embryology
- Unraveling Vascular Layers to Understand Human Disease
- Cachexia and Wasting Syndrome in Cancer and Chronic Diseases
- Targeting Dry Age-related Macular Degeneration: Pathophysiology and Emerging Therapies
Nobel Laureate Dr. Jim Allison Talks About His Upcoming Cancer Immunotherapy Meeting And The Evolution Of The Field
We catch up with Dr. Allison in three exclusive one-on-one interviews about his vision for the upcoming 2024 meeting on Cancer Immunotherapy, reflections on the the evolution the field, predictions for the future and memories from his first Keystone Symposia conference!... Read More
This year we welcome seven early-career investigators and seven post-doctoral fellows to our Fellows Program, after an extremely competitive selection process. The awardees represent the best and brightest in their fields, but also demonstrate a strong commitment to promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in their communities, and science at large... Read More
Our new job board is designed to connect job seekers with leading employers in academia & bioscience industries, creating a nexus where scientific talent thrives. The KS Career Center offers a variety of tools to connect with the best candidates, whether you are looking for your next post-doc or the newest member of your industry team!
In addition to covering emerging developments in vaccine science, design and technology, the Vaccinology During and After COVID-19 Keystone Symposium held in Atlanta on September 17-20, 2023, highlighted many aspects of health equity surrounding development and deployment of vaccines globally. These messages are of critical importance to the global research community, and public health worldwide, so we are releasing Dr. Barney Graham's Keynote Address and Dr. Gangadeep Kang's presentation open access to inform broader audiences about these issues and inspire them to take action... Read More & View Presentations
Upcoming Health Equity Highlights
The 2024 season will feature health equity content in various meetings, including:
- MASH and Fibrosis: From Molecular Phenotypes to Precision Therapeutics
- Microbiota and Cancer Immunity
... and our first conference entirely focused on ethnic diversity in medicine! See our interview with meeting organizer Dr. Paul Franks about his upcoming meeting on Cardiometabolic Diseases: The Role of Ethnic Diversity in Precision Medicine (joint meeting with Obesity: Causes and Consequences) on how this meeting will address neglected challenges in the field and drive clinical advances for diverse populations in-need around the world, from Mexico to the Philippines, Middle-East, Africa and more.
What is the ‘special sauce’ behind our meeting programming that enables us to continually be on the forefront of new research frontiers? Read on for a sneak peek behind the scenes into how a Keystone Symposia conference is born, and what makes it so special... Read More
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Our Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) assembles though leaders across academic, industry and clinical sectors to collectively guide our conference portfolio. Diversity across gender, race/ethnicity, career-stage and various other factors is also taken into careful consideration, to ensure a breadth of voices and viewpoints in shaping future programing... Read More
As a nonprofit organization, the generosity of our community members is critical to fund initiatives that support scholarships, emerging topics and diversity programing. Give back this December with a year end gift that will truly make an impact, for the trainees and community that we serve... Read More
As we wrap up our fall season, the community has taken to Twitter/X with rave reviews and commentary. From students experiencing their first Keystone Symposia, to field leaders that attend year after year... Read More
Featuring AI in Drug Development, Medical Treatment, Precision Medicine, Imaging & Diagnostics, Public Health, with panel discussion on Ethical Implications and the Future of AI in Biomedicine!
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