Join us for our Year-End Forum Luncheon

Wednesday, May 5, 2021 11:30am-1pm at The Argyle

(seating will be limited to allow for safe social distancing, seats & tables of 6 are available)


Forum Lecture Luncheon Series

Forum Lecture Luncheons are held twice a year, one in the Fall and one in the Spring. This year our lectures are scheduled for November 4, 2020 and March 3, 2021.

Spring Lecture Luncheon

**Unfortunately, do to the increase in COVID-19 cases, we have made the decision to CANCEL our Spring Luncheon**

We hope that you plan to join us on March 3rd for an al fresco luncheon on the Argyle lawn.  More information to come!  Advanced reservations may be made by emailing

Fall Lecture Luncheon

In true 2020 fashion, our Fall Lecture Luncheon needed to be re-imagined.  The solution was an “at-your-leisure movie night” to view the 2011 film Contagion which depicts the beginning, middle and end of a global pandemic caused by a fictitious virus.  Members were invited to purchase a wine and charcuterie kit, curated by Argyle Sommelier Clay Wheeler, the week before our scheduled lecture to be enjoyed while they watched.  Then, on November 4th, we were treated to a virtual lecture presented by Texas Biomed scientists Dr. Jean Patterson, Dr. Luis Giavedoni and Dr. Ricardo Carrion  and moderated by Lisa Cruz. Thank you to all of our presenters and participants for making this event a success!  

Our lecture luncheon events serve as a gathering opportunity for our dynamic organization. Topics of the Lecture Lunches range from ground breaking research occurring at Texas Biomed to pertinent health issues, especially in women and other timely topics. The Spring event also showcases the Science Education Awards Presentation honoring area high school teachers looking to do innovative scientific research.

Importantly at these luncheons, you will get to learn more about the Forum, get to know other members and visit with our past leaders.

All members and guests are welcome to attend our Lecture Luncheons held at The Argyle. Importantly, your luncheon contribution helps fund the important work of the Forum and Texas Biomed.

Stay tuned for more information on this year’s events. For questions, email