June’s “MSK Science Spotlight” segments kick off on Monday, June 1, featuring the honoree of the Katharine Berkan Judd Award Lectureship, Ron Vale, PhD, Vice President and Executive Director, Janelia Research Campus at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Dr. Vale will be presenting his work, “How Molecular Motors Work.”
The session will be hosted by Director of the Sloan Kettering Institute, Massagué, PhD. Dr. Massagué one of the creators of the “MSK Science Spotlight” series had previously explained that these sessions “help the cancer community stay connected and updated on the latest research during this period when scientific meetings are on hold. We don’t want to slow our ability to engage in meaningful dialogue that helps sustain the incredible momentum in cancer research. The science must go on.”“MSK Science Spotlight” seminars take place every Monday and Wednesday at ET and will last 60 minutes, including 15 minutes for Q&A. Detailed information about seminar speakers, dates, and times as well as live streams and recorded video are available here.