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The CRI & CEHS present: “Genetics and functional mechanisms of SPTBN1 syndrome”
May 10 @ 12:15 pm - 1:30 pmFree
Children’s Research Institute-Karen Sharpe
Center for Environmental Health and Susceptibility – Michael Sanderson
Dr. Lorenzo’s lab investigates the contribution of the cytoskeleton to key physiological processes and the mechanistic basis of cytoskeleton-associated disorders. Their goal is to understand the roles of cytoskeletal proteins in the regulation of cellular dynamics and bioenergetics in metabolically active tissues as well as their involvement in brain development and connectivity. Read more >>
Please contact email@example.com for Zoom details. This talk is co-sponsored by the Children’s Research Institute and the Center for Environmental Health and Susceptibility.