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YR 2017
Presenter Responsible PI Topic
1/5/17
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1/12/17
Amantha Thathiah (Guest Speaker: Neurobiology) Julia Kofler GPCR dysfunction in Alzheimer's Disease
1/19/17
Jose Otero (Guest Speaker: The Ohio State University College of Medicine) Clayton Wiley Mechanisms of Congenital Hypoventilation
2/2/17
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2/9/17
Ronald Hamilton GlioSeq and Neuropathology: a review of the first 316 cases
2/16/17
Hun-Way Hwang (Guest Speaker: Pathology) Stephanie Bissel Decode mRNA alternative polyadenylation and discover new biology with PAPERCLIP and cTag-PABP mouse.
2/23/17
Clayton Wiley   SUR1 in pathological brain edema
3/2/17
Ann Hubbs (Guest Speaker: NIOSH) Bob Garman Protein homeostasis is altered in a mouse model of flavorings-related lung disease: The brain is affected too
3/9/17
Bob Garman Neuropathologic Tales from the Preclinical World
3/16/17
Not Scheduled  
3/23/17
Not Scheduled    
3/30/17
Not Scheduled  
4/6/17
Ashok Panigrahy (Guest Speaker: CHP Radiology) Clayton Wiley Current and Innovative Neuroimaging correlates of Peripheral White Matter Injury
4/13/17
Rada Koldamova (Guest Speaker) Julia Kofler Role of Apoliproprotein E in Alzheimer's disease: Experimental and human data
4/20/17
Kent Wang Charleen Chu Neurite outgrowth promoted by PINK1/PKA mediated phosphorylation of NSFL1C/P47
4/27/17
Stephanie Bissel Surprises with SIV infection in aged macaques
5/11/17
Not Scheduled
5/18/17
Clayton Wiley AANP 2017 DSS Case Review
5/25/17
Anthony Otero Charleen Chu PINK1 regulated DYNC1IC2 phosphorylation alter mitochondrial transport into dendrites
6/1/17
Sandra Camelo-Piragua (Guest Speaker: University of Michigan) Clayton Wiley Stimulated Raman Histology (SRH): A label free microscopy of unprocessed, fresh tissue