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Conference Status Updates Due to COVID-19

Given the recent concerns over the omicron variant and rapidly evolving circumstances of the pandemic, we are currently evaluating the status of upcoming conferences on a case-by-case basis.  We ask for your patience as we weigh many considerations, including public health recommendations, travel bans, speaker and organizer cancellations and availability, venue cancellation fees, etc., to make...

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Health and Safety Updates

Keystone Symposia remains optimistic that we will be able to hold In-Person meetings in 2022. We will continue to assess evolving public health guidance regarding large gatherings and will provide additional information as we refine our planning.Please be aware that in person attendees will be required to provide proof of vaccination, with limited exceptions for disabilities, and consistent with...

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Keypoint Newsletter: December 2021

Welcome to the Keypoint Newsletter, bringing you all the latest news & views from Keystone Symposia! 

Featuring conference season highlights, spotlights on innovation and more, this biannual...

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Respiratory Viruses & Viral Immunity Insights with Dr. Galit Alter

In the below KSQA interview, Pathogens & Immunity Editor-in-Chief Michael Lederman catches up with Galit Alter about the research she will be presenting at the upcoming joint Keystone Symposia on ...

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Open Box Science

Open Box Science (OpenBoxScience.Org) is a registered NGO that organizes free & quality science talks virtually for scientists worldwide. Since 2020, Open Box Science (OBS) has hosted >100 talks...

 

The Science Must Go On

 

Keystone Symposia is committed to continuing our strong tradition of bringing the scientific community together, across geographic and interdisciplinary boundaries, to catalyze the discovery, innovation, and breakthroughs that accelerate scientific research and medical advancement. In this spirit, we are excited to launch our new virtual meeting series: eSymposia. Read More...

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Why Keystone Symposia?

Fellows Friday discussions provided a ‘template’ for structuring our approach to the SAB, interacting with mentors, and connecting with Fellow alumni.
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Breann Brown, PhD
Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Why Keystone Symposia?

The Keystone fellows program unlocks an extraordinary network of other fellows, scientific leaders, SAB members, and more. Don't hesitate to reach out to this network for future collaborators, scientific advice, or career advice as everyone is more than willing to help.
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Rachel Roth Flach, PhD
Pfizer Inc.

Why Keystone Symposia?

The Keystone Symposia Fellows Program made me more savvy and optimistic about my career path. The Fellows Friday writing sessions were especially helpful and played a big part in getting my first last-author paper published in PNAS.
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Tamia Harris-Tryon, MD, PhD
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

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