Biomedical Sciences PhD Program Dissertation Defense “Calcium Imaging of Parvalbumin DRG Neurons Provides New Tool to Study Proprioceptive Function and Reveals Abnormal Calcium Homeostasis After Peripheral Nerve Injury”

Thursday, February 28, 2 pm to 3 pm
Campus: 
Dayton
101 White Hall
Audience: 
Current Students
Faculty
The public

Marie Walters (MD/PhD student) will present “Calcium Imaging of Parvalbumin DRG Neurons Provides New Tool to Study Proprioceptive Function and Reveals Abnormal Calcium Homeostasis After Peripheral Nerve Injury”

Advisor:  Dr. David Ladle

For information, contact
Karen Luchin
Program Coordinator

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