RAD Research Forum: Jasmin Sponagel (Rubin Lab, WashU Pediatrics), Shanshan Song (Johnson Lab, WashU Developmental Biology)

November 28, 2018
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Needleman Library (Medical Campus, South Building 3907)

Jasmin Sponagel: “Glutamine metabolism and the P13K/mTOR pathway play a unique role in male glioblastoma”
Shanshan Song: “Mechanical regulation of stem-cell differentiation by the stretch-activated Piezo channel”

He, et al. Nature volume 555, pages 103–106 (01 March 2018)

Lunch is provided.

The Department of Developmental Biology’s Regeneration, Aging, and Development (RAD) Research Forum is a combination of the research talks format and RAD journal club. The format is two 30 minute talks (20 minute presentation, 10 minute discussion) each week (Wednesday at noon). One talk will be a Work in Progress talk from a RAD community lab and one talk will be a Journal Club presentation.

We encourage presentations from students, postdocs, staff scientists, and faculty. We hope that many of you will volunteer to present in one or both of these venues. We strongly encourage participation from all RAD community labs.

Department of Developmental Biology seminars

For inquiries contact Kati Riebold.