Come join us for relaxation and to destress from exams! It’s a great way to recenter yourself and start the week out fresh. Wear yoga/exercise clothes, and you can bring or borrow a mat (we have community mats that are cleaned after each use).
Come start your morning off right with some glucose to help you get through the rest of the week! The supplies will be out all morning or until they are gone. All are welcome including the clinical students- come on over if you have a break! (Sponsored by administration- Thank you!!)
This workshop provides an introductory look at how to win Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR)
and Small Business Technology Transfer Research (STTR) grants.
Learn how to find, apply and create strategies to gain funding for a growing technology business.
The highly competitive SBIR program encourages domestic small businesses to engage in federal research
and research development (R&D) with the potential for commercialization.
SBIR enables small businesses to explore technological potential
and provides the incentive to profit from its commercialization.
Missouri area companies have successfully funded their research with SBIR/STTR grants
That can total up to $1.5 million for each business.
Learn how your business could qualify and first steps at this virtual workshop.
Want more information on the SBIR/STTR program? Check it out here.
Participants will join a live broadcast of the workshop via video conferencing at the local Missouri SBDC.
We are bringing back the popular planting event! Stop by the Adams foyer during your lunch break from 12-2PM so you can go home with a new plant just in time for Spring (assuming no more snow). Please fill out this survey if you think you will come so we have an idea of how much planting material we need to buy.
Want to let out your creative energy coloring in dogs, cats, and other veterinary related pages? Need to clear your mind before you start studying? Come to Adams at 4PM to grab some light snacks and release your inner child!
Please join us for the 3rd Missouri Symposium in Molecular Biophysics with a focus on “Structural Electron Microscopy” on April 25-26th, 2019 at the University of Missouri’s Bond Life Sciences Center. University of Missouri System anticipates building our facilities and efforts in the near future in structural electron microscopy focused on applications to cancer, neuroscience and vascular science with an overarching vision towards translational precision medicine.
The Missouri Symposium will host many leaders in structural biology and electron microscopy, including keynote speaker Wah Chiu from Stanford/SLAC’s National CryoEM Center. Other leaders at the Missouri Symposium include Tamir Gonen, Todd Yeates, Phoebe Stewart, Lena Kourkoutis, Jeffrey Lengyel and Elizabeth Wright.
On Thursday April 25th we will have a welcome dinner, participant poster session and keynote address from Dr. Chiu and Friday April 26th will include a day filled with seminars from our leaders. Please register in advance ($100/non-student; $50/student) and see our website for more details. We hope you can join us!
“Compassion Fatigue” with Dr. Luther (6PM Adams): Compassion fatigue is a really important topic in vet med. “Compassion fatigue is the emotional, physical, physiological, and spiritual exhaustion and depletion that can result when we are repeatedly exposed to another’s pain and suffering”- Julie Squires
Dr. Luther, VHC’s small animal surgeon will speak about the topic over dinner. Please come and learn more about how to protect yourself or to recognize compassion fatigue in other colleagues. RSVP to to the meeting below.
Movie Night and Dessert Swap (6PM, Adams): It’s the end of the week, woo hoo! Come out to celebrate by exchanging favorite dessert recipes and enjoying a movie that is TBA! Please sign up on the google excel sheet and indicate if you are bringing a dessert.