Future of Health Speaker Series

In Partnership with Town Hall Seattle

March 5, 2020

Throughout 2020, ISB and Town Hall Seattle partner to highlight some of the most important topics in science and health care. The first event will feature neuroscientist Dr. David Eagleman on the topic, “Can we create new senses for humans?”. Dr. Eagleman will deliver an exploration of sensory substitution, time perception, brain plasticity, synesthesia, and neurolaw. Sit in for a discussion exploring brain health and issues facing the future of humanity.

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Face to Face Tours

Face to Face Tours

Throughout the year

Join us for a unique opportunity to take a tour of ISB’s facilities and meet with scientists and educators. Learn about work at the bench, core technologies, computation, and our education efforts. This is a chance to speak with those doing the work on Alzheimer’s disease, cancers and many other critical health issues facing society today.

Contact Audri Hubbard to learn more.


ReImagine

ReImagine

A Night for Scientific Wellness

Summer 2020

ISB hosts a fundraising event at the start of every summer at an external venue in Seattle for the purposes of sharing our most cutting-edge research on the topic of scientific wellness in a fun and conversational manner.

This event is 21+.

Contact Audri Hubbard to learn more.




Summer Course

Summer Course

Systems Biology of Disease

Summer 2020

A 5-day long course held at ISB, aimed at graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and principal investigators with an interest in systems biomedicine. The goal of this course is to introduce the core concepts of systems biology and their application to systems biomedicine. ISB researchers and faculty members lead the class, and demonstrate the importance of cross-disciplinary interactions for the success of systems biology programs.

Contact Joey Petosa to learn more.



Valerie Logan Luncheon

Valerie Logan Luncheon

A Luncheon Benefiting ISB’s Education Programs

Fall 2020

We believe quality STEM (science, technology, education, and mathematics) education should be accessible to every student regardless of gender, race, or socioeconomic status. Every November, we host the Valerie Logan Luncheon to highlight ISB’s work with all parts of the education system — students, teachers, administrators, and STEM professionals — and to engage with an audience of educators, policymakers, and others passionate about furthering this mission.

Contact Audri Hubbard to learn more.