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KCUMB's Science Friday Talks features lectures and presentations from a broad spectrum of national and international speakers on topics that are relevant to the diverse University community. Presentations are from noon to 1 p.m. on KCUMB campus. Lectures are open to KCUMB students, faculty, staff and alumni. For questions about this event, please contact Seft Hunter, director of Sponsored Programs and Research Compliance, at email@example.com.
Speaker: Christopher Theisen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Biochemistry, KCUMB | Read biographySummary: Dr. Theisen’s research focuses on studying the inherent cellular pathways that contribute to neuronal survival to find targets of therapeutic inter-vention for the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases. His work has led to evidence that neurons exposed to anesthetic agents can increase cellular protective pathways. In addition, overexpression of an enzyme that generates NAD+ is protective in a Parkinson’s disease model. He will also discuss the future use of animal models to study cellular protection in the brain.Date: May 10, 2013Time: 11 a.m.Location: Room 240, Dybedal Center for Research, KCUMB campusOpen to: Students, faculty, staff and KCUMB alumniRSVP: RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by May 3
Speaker: John Licciardone, D.O., M.S., M.B.A., FACPM | Read biographySummary: Dr. Licciardone will be discussing clinical outcomes of ongoing research being conducted at the Osteopathic Research Center at University of North Texas Health Science Center / Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine.Date/Time: 11 a.m., March 28, 2013
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