“Modeling C9ORF72 disease: a crucial step for therapeutic development in ALS/FTD”
Organizers, Chris Weihl and Tim Miller (WashU Neurology)
- March 19: Timothy Miller (WashU Neurology) “ALS and Frontotemporal Dementia”
- March 26: Yuna Ayala (Saint Louis University) “Walking the tightrope: an emerging role of RNA binding proteins in ALS and FTD”
- April 9: Clotilde Lagier-Tourenne (Harvard Medical School) “Modeling C9ORF72 disease: a crucial step for therapeutic development in ALS/FTD”
- April 16: Meredith Jackrel (WashU Chemistry) “Protein disaggregases to counter TDP-43, FUS, DPR, and SOD1 misfolding implicated in ALS”
The Monday Noon seminar series is hosted by the WashU Hope Center for Neurological Disorders and the Department of Neurology.
Hope Center Monday Noon Seminars
For inquiries contact Cindy Lawrence.