Calling all Members: Tour the Barnes Foundation 9/21

The Greater Philadelphia Life Sciences Congress is generously supporting an evening at the Barnes Foundation on Friday, September 21.

Come tour the museum and hear a talk on Dr. Barnes and his remarkable life and career.

For more information and to RSVP, contact Greg Lester

Event

May 16, Penn Bookstore: Journalist and Geneticist Ricki Lewis talks gene therapy

Ricki Lewis, the journalist, geneticist, professor triple-threat herself, will be presenting her latest book The Forever Fix: Gene Therapy and the Boy Who Saved It at the Penn Bookstore (36th and Walnut) on May 16 at 6pm. Check the flier for details. (Click to enlarge.)

The event is open to the public, naturally, but PaSWA folk will meet for dinner following the talk. Contact Greg if you have any questions.

 
Penn Bookstore event 5 16 12 Lewis flyer
Penn Bookstore event 5 16 12 Lewis flyer

 Penn Bookstore event 5 16 12 Lewis flyer

Event

Isidore Rigoutsos, Computational Medicine Center at Thomas Jefferson University

Faces of Philadelphia Science

The Philadelphia Science Festival Kicks off tomorrow

Just a reminder that the kick-off event for the Philadelphia Science Festival starts off tomorrow on the parkway.

Its not too late to submit a video for the Faces of Philadelphia Science project. Check out our playlist here.

Faces of Philadelphia Science

Bill Wunner, The Wistar Institute

Faces of Philadelphia Science

Philip Johnson, Childrens Hospital of Philadelphia

Faces of Philadelphia Science

Kristy Arbogast, a bioengineer and Face of Philadelphia Science

Kudos to the CHoP crew for some nice videos.

Faces of Philadelphia Science

Ronen Marmorstein, Ph.D. a Wistar Institute Face of Philadelphia Science

Faces of Philadelphia Science

Paul Halpern, Ph.D., University of the Sciences

Paul Halpern teaches physics and writes books about physics. So, for purposes of a science writer’s group, he’s a twofer!

Faces of Philadelphia Science

Greg Adams, Ph.D., is one of many Faces of Philadelphia Science at Fox Chase Cancer Center

My, there are a lot of them, aren’t there?

Faces of Philadelphia Science