Inland Northwest Research Symposium
The Inland Northwest Research Symposium will be held Friday, March 27, 2020.
About the INRS
Started in 2005, the interdisciplinary program highlights current research and innovations in the health sciences at Spokane. All faculty and student researchers are invited to submit abstracts and posters.
Robert F.E. Stier Lecture in Medicine
The 2017 lecture was held Oct. 27 in Providence Sacred Heart auditorium as part of the inaugural Translational Medicine Symposium. Professor Joseph Harding of the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine was the speaker. Read more about the Stier Lecture in Medicine.
About the Stier Lecture
The purpose of the Stier lecture is to feature key leaders in medicine whose works have increased professional and public understanding of new technologies and challenging issues.
Translational Medicine Symposium
The purpose of the symposium is to connect scientists, entrepreneurs, physicians, patients, and families to work toward novel solutions for clinical problems. Read more about the inaugural TMS in October 2017.
Check the Campus Calendar for lectures and seminars by research faculty and graduate students.