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kati riebold

Requestor Department

Developmental Biology

Requestor Phone

3145373475

Requestor Email

kriebold@wustl.edu

Type of Event

Scientific Seminar

Type of Lecture

Seminar Series

Start Time

11/14/2022 12:00 PM

End Time

11/14/2022 1:00 PM

Recurrence

 

All Day Event

 

Sponsoring Department/Group

Dept. of Developmental Biology

Speaker/Honorific

Luis FZ Batista, Ph.D.

Speaker Affiliation

Associate Professor of Medicine and Developmental Biology
Washington University School of Medicine

Title

"Post-transcriptional regulation of RNA stability: a central element in development and disease"

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Location

South Building, Room 3907, Philip Needleman Library

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Sponsor/Location

Dept. of Developmental Biology -
Location:  South Building, Room 3907, Philip Needleman Library

Speaker/Title

Luis FZ Batista, Ph.D.  -
"Post-transcriptional regulation of RNA stability: a central element in development and disease"

Sponsor/Speaker/Title/Location

Dept. of Developmental Biology -
Location:  South Building, Room 3907, Philip Needleman Library -
Luis FZ Batista, Ph.D.  -
"Post-transcriptional regulation of RNA stability: a central element in development and disease"

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11/14/2022

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Last modified at 11/2/2022 9:16 AM by Andrew Richards