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2 South American students and researchers identified as Kansas City murder victims


Two South American students and researchers have been identified as murder victims at the site of an early fire in Kansas City. 41st and Oak Streets in Kansas City, both Behrensen and Guzman-Palma are predoctoral fellows at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research in Kansas City. Raul Gonzales was awoken Saturday morning by alarms and then firefighters told him there was a fire in his building directly across from him. Gonzales said he knows his neighbors are Spanish speakers who love to entertain friends at a “I just see them hanging out together, nothing really much besides that. They would sit on their decks and talk on the phone. I’ll get their mail in my inbox from time to time, but other than that, they’re fine,” says our class of 2020 and vibrant members of our Stowers Institute community. Our deepest sympathies are with their families at this difficult time,” the statement said. The statement also includes biographical information for both students. Argentina de la Empressa and spent two years studying changes in metabolism in fruit flies. . She dreams of one day earning a postdoctoral degree and leading a research team by setting up her own laboratory. Her classmates and faculty at the Institute described her as a wonderful young woman who cared deeply about her work and classmates. Guzman Palma earned a bachelor of science and a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Chile’s Pontifical Catholic University. His first research project focused on spinal cord regeneration. His hope is to continue his research focused on how cells interpret and integrate different types of signals and signals during development, and possibly start his own laboratory once completed. become a doctorate. Guzman Palma’s classmates and faculty at the institute described him as a light-hearted person with a genuine passion for science and biology. They said he enjoyed reading books, watching movies and enjoying live music. No cause of fire has been given. No arrests have been made in this case.

Two South American students and researchers have been identified as murder victims at the site of an early fire in Kansas City.

Camila Behrensen, 24, from Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Pablo Guzman Palma, 25, from Santiago, Chile, died in an apartment near 41st and Oak Streets in Kansas City.

Both Behrensen and Guzman-Palma are predoctoral fellows at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research in Kansas City.

After the Kansas City fire department was called to the apartment complex around 5 a.m. Saturday, Kansas City police were called to the apartment to investigate a double homicide.

Raul Gonzales was awoken Saturday morning by the sound of an alarm and then firefighters told him there was a fire in his building directly across from him.

“It’s a pretty crazy thing, I’ve certainly never come close to something like this happening, and you know it’s just a sad situation all around,” he said.

Gonzales said he knows his neighbors are Spanish speakers who enjoy entertaining friends at their apartments.

“I just see them hanging out, nothing really much besides that. They would sit on their decks and talk on the phone. Occasionally I’ll get their mail in my inbox, but other than that, they’re fine,” he said.

Leaders at the Stowers Institute released a statement Monday.

“We are devastated by the tragic deaths of pre-doctoral researchers. These researchers are members of the class of 2020 and vibrant members of our Stowers Institute community. We sympathize. deepest sympathies with their families at this difficult time,” the statement said.

The statement also includes biographical information for both students.

Behrensen holds a bachelor of science degree from the Universidad Argentina de la Empressa and has spent two years studying metabolic changes in fruit flies.

That research allowed her to co-author a paper published in the journal Scientific Reports.

Behrensen’s hope is to continue his research and focus his research on metabolism and its role in development. She dreams of one day earning a postdoctoral degree and leading a research team by setting up her own laboratory. Her classmates and faculty at the Institute described her as a wonderful young woman who cared deeply about her work and classmates. She is also a runner.

Guzman Palma earned a bachelor of science and a bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. His first research project focused on spinal cord regeneration. His hope is to continue his research, focusing on how cells interpret and integrate different types of signals and signals during development, and possibly start his own laboratory. after completing a Ph. and postdoctoral work.

Guzman Palma’s classmates and faculty at the institute described him as a light-hearted person with a genuine passion for science and biology. They say that he enjoys reading books, watching movies and has a love for live music.

So far, Kansas City police detectives have not released a cause of death for Behrensen or Guzman Palma. No cause of fire has been given. No arrests have been made in this case.

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