Hope Center/Neurology Monday Noon Seminar: Trainee Talks

December 2, 2019
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Holden Auditorium (Medical Campus, Farrell LTC)

Mini-series: Sex differences in disease

Jasmin Sponagel, Graduate student, Molecular Cell Biology Program (Rubin lab, WashU Pediatrics)
“Sex Differences in Redox State Underlie Glutamine Dependency in Male Glioblastoma”

Lauren Broestl, MSTP student, Neuroscience Program (Rubin lab, WashU Pediatrics)
“Astrocyte Senescence Contributes to Sex Differences in Glioblastoma Incidence and Outcome”

Nathan Rockwell, Graduate student, Molecular Cell Biology Program (Rubin lab, WashU Pediatrics)
“Investigating sex differences in p53 gain-of-function mutations in glioblastoma”

Sarah Rosen, PhD, Postdoctoral Research Scholar (Klein lab, WashU Medicine)
“Sexually Dimorphic Immune Responses to Neuroinvasive West Nile Virus”


Mini-series: Sex differences in disease

Organizer, Joshua Rubin (WashU Pediatrics)

  • November 25: Joshua Rubin (WashU Pediatrics)
  • December 2: Trainee Talks
  • December 9: Manu Goyal (WashU Radiology), Joseph Ippolito (WashU Radiology)
  • December 16: John Constantino (WashU Psychiatry), Joseph Dougherty (WashU Genetics)

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.