Neuroscience Graduate Program Symposium

Presents

Bruce D. Carter, Ph.D. 

Professor, Department of Biochemistry
Associate Director,
Vanderbilt Brain Institute
Director of Graduate Studies,
Neuroscience Graduate Program
Vanderbilt University

“Killing and Eating Neurons: Mechanisms of Retrograde Apoptotic Signaling and the Clearance of the Corpses”

Hosted By KU-L and KUMC Neuroscience Program and the School of Pharmacy

This short symposium of talks and posters is intended to bring together faculty and students to highlight the breadth of Neuroscience Research at KU and KUMC

Thursday, May 25, 2017
Time 9:00-2:00
School of Pharmacy, Room 2020
2010 Becker Dr. Lawrence, KS

 

2017 Neuroscience Graduate Program Symposium Awards

Lectures:

Olivia Eller-Smith Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, KUMC
Erika Northcutt Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology
Xinyue (Allison) Zhang Department of Pharmacology & Toxicology
Ian Weidling Neuroscience Program, KUMC

Posters:

Pau Yen Wu Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, KUMC
Damon T Jacobs Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, KUMC
Raeesa Gupte Hoglund Brain Imaging Center, KUMC
Scott Koppel Graduate Neuroscience Program, KUMC

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Contact Information

The University of Kansas
Neuroscience Graduate Program
c/o Dr. Rick Dobrowsky
School of Pharmacy, Ste 2001-D
2010 Becker Drive
Lawrence, KS 66047
Telephone: (785) 864-3531 or (785) 864-3893
E-mail: dobrowsky@ku.edu or psteffan@ku.edu

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