The Research Triangle Park

Stem Cell Regeneration Mechanisms in the Gut

THE FRONTIER | 800 PARK OFFICES DRIVE, RTP, NC Apr 24 12:00 pm - Apr 24 1:00 pm
Come out for some pizza and a great talk about science!
This time we'll be speaking with Scott Magness of UNC about his research on understanding the genetic mechanisms of stem cell regeneration in the intestinal tract. <>
BEFORE THE TALK BEGINS: Sigma Xi will be hosting a 15-minute "speed networking" meet and greet session for pizza lunch attendees, with the help of STEM in the Park. Many attendees have asked for more opportunities to get to know their fellow members, rather than just sitting down with their pizza. This short engagement will help increase community connection.
RSVPs are required (for the slice count) by registering for a free ticket to this event by Monday, April 23rd, at 2PM. (If you decide to come after this time, you're welcome to attend, but there might not be pizza for you.)
Did you miss some past pizza lunch talks? Check out our videos and podcasts of previous speakers:
Talks are co-organized with Science Communicators of North Carolina (SCONC). The RTP chapter of Sigma Xi is a co-organizer and co-sponsor, and encourages any interested scientists to get involved with the chapter and its upcoming events.
Location: The Classroom at The Frontier in The RTP