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Fundamental Themes in Neurosciences - Jeremy Nathans

May 7, 2015 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
LKSC - Berg Hall B & C

 

Frizzled signaling in neural development and disease

 

 

Jeremy Nathans, MD. Ph.D. Investigator at HHMI and Professor of Molecular Biology and Genetics, of Neuroscience and Opthalmology - The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

 

Host: Ben Barres 

Abstract

Frizzled receptors are found in all animals studied to date, and they control an enormous variety of developmental processes, including axon guidance, hair orientation on the body surface, and blood vessel growth and differentiation. This lecture will explore the function and mechanism of this amazing receptor family and the roles that Frizzled signaling play in human disease.

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Event Sponsor: 
Stanford Neurosciences Institute
Contact Email: 
neuroscience@stanford.edu
Contact Phone: 
650-497-8019

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