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Office of Neuroscience Research > Neuroscience Calendar > Hope Center/Developmental Biology Seminar: Shin-Ichiro Imai (WashU Developmental Biology)

Hope Center/Developmental Biology Seminar: Shin-Ichiro Imai (WashU Developmental Biology)

 "Achieving Productive Aging Based on the NAD World 2.0: The Importance of eNAMPT and the NMN Transporter"


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When: Monday, May 14, 2018 at 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Where: Holden Auditorium (Medical Campus, Farrell LTC)

The Neuronal Aging and Proteostasis mini-series (Organizers, Andrew Yoo and Samantha Morris (WashU Developmental Biology)) is co-sponsored by the Hope Center for Neurological Disorders and the Department of Developmental Biology.

Full Schedule:

  • April 30: Fumihiko Urano (WashU Medicine) “Precision Medicine for Endoplasmic Reticulum Disease”
  • May 7: Erik Musiek (WashU Neurology) “Differential regulation of amyloid-beta and tau by the circadian clock”
  • May 14: Shin-Ichiro Imai (WashU Developmental Biology) "Achieving Productive Aging Based on the NAD World 2.0: The Importance of eNAMPT and the NMN Transporter"
  • May 21*: Anne Bertolotti (MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, UK) "Boosting protein quality control to prevent neurodegenerative diseases" 

*NOTE: the time for the May 21 seminar is 10AM

The Monday Noon seminar series is hosted by the WashU Hope Center for Neurological Disorders and the Department of Neurology.

For inquiries, contact Cindy Lawrence.

For the full schedule of Monday Noon Seminars, click here. 



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