Research!Louisville includes lectures, workshops and scientific poster competitions.

The opening lecture, “Fighting Cancer with the Immune System,” will feature experts in tumor immunology: Arthur Hurwitz, National Cancer Institute; Thomas Tedder, Duke University; Haribabu Bodduluri, UofL; and Jun Yan, UofL. The event, organized by the James Graham Brown Cancer Center, is Oct. 10 at the UofL Clinical & Translational Research Building, Room 101-102.

Ann Bonham, chief scientific officer of the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC), will give the keynote address Oct. 14. Bonham addresses policy issues affecting research through engagement with key officials in the public and private sectors. She also works with AAMC constituents to address research and training needs.

Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and other students in grades 6-12 will have an opportunity to hear from researchers and take part in hands-on activities at the Louisville Science Center, as part of Research!Louisville.

Find a complete schedule of events at Research!Louisville. Most events are free and open to the public.