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Stanford Brain Rejuvenation Project Mini-Symposium (February 2018)

Big Ideas, Stanford Neurosciences Instiute
February 26, 2018 - 1:00pm to 5:00pm
Li Ka Shing Center, Berg Hall, Room C
Reception to follow

Speakers

 

John Hardy, Stanford Neurosciences Institute

John Hardy, PhD

University College London

Genomic analysis of neurodegenerative diseases


David Simon, Stanford Neurosciences Institute

David Simon, PhD

Stanford University, Tessier-Lavigne lab

Control of sensory axon degeneration by the neuronal cell body


Myriam Heiman, Stanford Neurosciences Institute

Myriam Heiman, PhD

Broad Institute and MIT

Molecular mechanisms underlying cell type-specific vulnerabilities in Huntington’s Disease


Jens Brüning, Stanford Neurosciences Institute

Jens Brüning, PhD

Max Planck Institute

CNS-dependent regulation of aging and aging-related diseases


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Event Sponsor: 
Stanford Neurosciences Institute and The Glenn Center for the Biology of Aging at Stanford University
Contact Email: 
Aaron D. Gitler <agitler@stanford.edu>