The Institute for Reproductive and Developmental Sciences at the University of Kansas Medical Center hosts the annual Gilbert S. Greenwald Symposium in honor and as a memorial to the life and research career of Gilbert S. Greenwald, PhD. Professor Greenwald had an illustrious career as a Distinguished Professor at the Medical Center and as an internationally recognized reproductive biologist.
The Greenwald Symposium encourages participation from all individuals interested in research related to reproduction, development, regenerative medicine, genetics, epigenetics, stem cell biology, pathologies of the reproductive system, and developmental origins of disease to participate. We encourage individuals from diverse backgrounds and perspectives to attend and participate in the Symposium. The Greenwald Symposium intends to be a safe, respectful, and inclusive environment allowing all individuals to freely and fully participate in the proceedings. All forms of harassment, including harassment on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex/gender, disability, and age are unacceptable. Incidence of discrimination or harassment can be reported at File a Complaint.