|Date and Time||Event||Speaker||Title||Location|
|Tuesday, April 18, 2017 - 04:00||SS||Kelsey Marie Nation, NRSC Graduate Student||The role of kappa opioid signaling in dysfunctional pain syndromes||Gould-Simpson 601|
|Tuesday, April 25, 2017 - 04:00||SS||Judith Tello, NRSC Graduate Student||"A small model of intellectual disability with microcephaly: Defective nervous system structure and function in Drosophila CASK mutants"||Gould-Simpson 601|
This seminar series includes Research Seminars (RS), Student Seminars (SS), Data Blitzes (DB), and Journal Clubs (held on Thursdays, 5pm GS-601).
GS 601: Gould Simpson Bldg; MOCA: Museum of Contempory Art
Konrad E. Zinsmaier, Ph.D. (Dept. of Neuroscience), Gould-Simpson 627, 626-1343, email@example.com
Description: Further information can be found in the syllabi.
1st & 2nd year students see: Syllabus NRSC 695F
Advanced students: Syllabus NRSC 695G
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