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Events : The maternal and homecage environments as important drivers of neural circuit dysfunction

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Kate Ruzicka

Requestor Department

Hope Center/Neurology

Requestor Phone

314-273-1730

Requestor Email

ruzickak@wustl.edu

Type of Event

Scientific Seminar

Type of Lecture

Seminar Series

Start Time

1/28/2019 12:00 PM

End Time

1/28/2019 1:00 PM

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All Day Event

 

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Sponsoring Department/Group

Hope Center/Dept. of Neurology

Speaker/Honorific

Jordan McCall, PhD

Speaker Affiliation

WashU Anesthesiology

Title

The maternal and homecage environments as important drivers of neural circuit dysfunction

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Location

Farrell Learning and Teaching Center, Holden Auditorium

Comments

Hope Center Mini-series: Environmental Factors in Disease Organizer, Ream Al-Hasani
  • January 7: Brad Racette (WashU Neurology)
  • January 14: Joseph Bloom (WashU Psychiatry)
  • January 28: Jordan McCall (WashU Anesthesiology)
  • February 4: Patricia Jensen (NIH/National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences)
The Monday Noon seminar series is hosted by the WashU Hope Center for Neurological Disorders and the Department of Neurology. Hope Center Monday Noon Seminars For inquiries contact Cindy Lawrence.

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Sponsor/Location

Hope Center/Dept. of Neurology -
Location:  Farrell Learning and Teaching Center, Holden Auditorium

Speaker/Title

Jordan McCall, PhD -
The maternal and homecage environments as important drivers of neural circuit dysfunction

Sponsor/Speaker/Title/Location

Hope Center/Dept. of Neurology -
Location:  Farrell Learning and Teaching Center, Holden Auditorium -
Jordan McCall, PhD -
The maternal and homecage environments as important drivers of neural circuit dysfunction

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1/28/2019

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Last modified at 1/8/2019 12:40 PM by Sara Holmes