April 2016, Dr. Kevin Francis, an Associate Scientist in the Children’s Health Research Center, was recently interviewed for KSOO’s “A Better You” to talk about his work using induced pluripotent stem cells to study rare neurological disorders.

April 2016, Dr. Francis was invited to present at the Building Better Brains Symposium at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine in Grand Forks, ND on April 12th.

March 2016, Dr. Francis was invited to present on his research at Northern State University in Aberdeen., SD on March 16th. The title of Dr. Francis’ seminar was "Modeling human disease with pluripotent stem cells.”

October 2015, Dr. Kevin Francis was the senior author on an oral presentation at the American Society of Human Genetics entitled: Smith-Lemli-Opitz Syndrome iPS cells demonstrate abnormal neuronal differentiation due to 7-dehydrocholesterol impairment of Wnt/-Catenin signaling.