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Events : Circadian Protein BMAL1 Regulates Astrocyte Activation and Protein Degradation in Health and Disease

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Requestor

Sally Vogt

Requestor Department

DBBS

Requestor Phone

314-307-3740

Requestor Email

vogts@wustl.edu

Type of Event

Scientific Seminar

Type of Lecture

Thesis Examination

Start Time

1/12/2023 3:00 PM

End Time

1/12/2023 5:00 PM

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All Day Event

 

Sponsoring Department/Group

Thesis Examination

Speaker/Honorific

Celia McKee

Speaker Affiliation

Neurosciences Program - Lab of Dr. Erik Musiek

Title

Circadian Protein BMAL1 Regulates Astrocyte Activation and Protein Degradation in Health and Disease

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Location

Eric P. Newman Education Center, Seminar Room B

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Sponsor/Location

Thesis Examination -
Location:  Eric P. Newman Education Center, Seminar Room B

Speaker/Title

Celia McKee -
Circadian Protein BMAL1 Regulates Astrocyte Activation and Protein Degradation in Health and Disease

Sponsor/Speaker/Title/Location

Thesis Examination -
Location:  Eric P. Newman Education Center, Seminar Room B -
Celia McKee -
Circadian Protein BMAL1 Regulates Astrocyte Activation and Protein Degradation in Health and Disease

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1/12/2023

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