Events / INSPIRE seminar: Autism-Linked δ-catenin is Required for Astrocyte Maturation and Survival, Christabel (Bel) Tan (Duke University)

INSPIRE seminar: Autism-Linked δ-catenin is Required for Astrocyte Maturation and Survival, Christabel (Bel) Tan (Duke University)

12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.
McDonnell Medical Sciences Building, Room 928, 4565 McKinley Ave., St. Louis, MO 63110

Christabel (Bel) Tan
Cell Biology
Duke University

Graduate advisor: Cagla Eroglu, PhD

Hosted by: Jason Yi, PhD

In-person and virtual event.
For the Zoom meeting link, please email neuroscience-inspireqs@wustl.edu.

INSPIRE (Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Seminars by PhD students to Incentivize Research Exchange) is a prestigious seminar series sponsored by the Department of Neuroscience at Washington University School of Medicine, devoted to advancing research excellence in the early stages of a scientist’s career. Senior graduate students are brought to St. Louis to present their thesis work and expand their scientific network at WashU.

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