Henry Stewart Talks (HST) provides immediate access to over 2,500 online, animated, seminar-style talks by many of the world’s leading experts, including Nobel, Lasker and Breakthrough prize winners. They are organized into over 120 series and classified by categories ranging from Agriculture & Environmental Sciences to Neuroscience. The talks are greatly appreciated by active researchers, including graduate students, post-docs and faculty, but can be useful to anyone needing to brush up on a topic or build upon current knowledge. The content is primarily biomedical and life sciences, but there is an entire section dedicated to clinical areas.
Examples of content include:
- Dr. Marisa Bartolomei, Epigenetics and Inheritance, University of Pennsylvania
- Dr. Fredrick Bushman, Gene therapy and gene transfer: vector integration preferences and integration site analysis, University of Pennsylvania
- Dr. Douglas Lowy, Papillomaviruses and HPV vaccination to prevent cervical cancer and other HPV-associated diseases, National Cancer Institute
- Dr. Lew Cantly, Role of the PI 3-kinase signaling pathway in cell regulation and human disease, Harvard
Take a look at this collection, and we’d love to hear your stories as to how this resource is useful to your teaching, learning, or research. Contact Melanie Cedrone (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Barbara Cavanaugh (email@example.com) with any feedback.