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Missouri Cures Education Foundation promotes ongoing clinical and medical research, clinical studies and thought leadership in the area of regenerative medicine. We do this is by hosting educational forums and informative events, and collaborating with statewide organizations.

MISSOURI’S ROLE IN COVID RESEARCH

Missouri has been a leader in COVID vaccine and treatment research. Join our panel of experts as they discuss Missouri’s role and what we can expect in the next phase of the pandemic on February 4th from noon to 1 pm. This virtual event is free and open to the public but registration is required. 

ADVANCES IN DIABETES RESEARCH

Join leading diabetes researchers and advocates as they discuss how to treat diabetes through, treatments, education, community engagement, and the search for a lifesaving cure, March 3rd from noon to 1 pm. This virtual event is free and open to the public but registration is required. The panel is moderated by Dena Ladd, Executive Director of Missouri Cures Education Foundation. 

REGENERATIVE MEDICINE IN 2021

Regenerative Medicine is at the forefront of medical research. Join our expert panelists as they discuss using groundbreaking technologies to find therapies and cures. This event is free and open to the public, but registration is required.

Moderated by Dena Ladd, Executive Director, Missouri Cures Education Foundation.

MISSOURI’S ROLE IN PRECISION MEDICINE

Missouri is a leader in precision medicine. More information about date and time, panelists, discussion topics, and registration coming soon. 

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Working together, we’re WISER.

Join moderator, Dena Ladd, on April 8th from 12:00 to 1:00 pm, as she discusses the challenges and opportunities women are facing while growing their careers and network in a virtual world. WISER Conversations will feature a virtual panel discussion with women who are succeeding in science, research, business, technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Each panel will conclude with a Q&A session to allow participants to interact with presenters.

WISER Conversations is free, but registration is required. 

Featuring Panelists:

Moderator: Dena Ladd, Executive Director, Missouri Cures Education Foundation

Lindsey Harrison, Program Manager, BioSTL

Dr. Becky Lynn, Associate Professor, Saint Louis University & Founder, Evora Women’s Health Center

Cynthia Chapple, Managing Director, Black Girls Do STEM

Kim Voelker, Vice President, Cape Girardeau Area Chamber of Commerce

Dr. Mary Huff, Postdoctoral Research Assoc. Stowers Institute & Founding Member, KCRiBS

Register now. 

Working together, we’re WISER.

Join moderator, Dena Ladd, on June 3rd from 12:00 to 1:00 pm, as she discusses how to become an influencer and how to use that influence to grow your career and achieve your goals. WISER Conversations will feature a virtual panel discussion with women who are succeeding in science, research, business, technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship. Each panel will conclude with a Q&A session to allow participants to interact with presenters.

WISER Conversations is free, but registration is required. 

Featuring Panelists:

Moderator: Dena Ladd, Executive Director, Missouri Cures Education Foundation

Dionne Stallings, Founder and Executive Director, Rare and Black

Rachel Anderson, Director, efactory

Mary Anne McCollum, Executive Director, MU Flagship Council, Former Mayor of Columbia, MO

Yemi Akande-Bartsch, Executive Director, Focus St Louis

Sonia Hall, President & CEO, BioKansas

Register now. 

Information about this event is coming soon.