Bringing together WashU scientists interested in understanding the role of glial cells in the CNS and PNS through works-in-progress and recent publication discussions
Anyone interested is welcome to participate!
When: 12:00p every other Wednesday
Where: BJC Institute of Health 9AB (Medical Campus, 9th floor)
Organizer: Allison Soung (Graduate student, Neuroscience Program)
NEW! The Glia Group will be “beta” testing a new format for a few of the meetings next semester.
This new format will be a “mini-series” where 3 consecutive meetings will focus on one topic, such as: neurodegeneration, sex differences, PNS, or development. Thus, if you are interested in participating by presenting either a review article, journal article, or work-in progress next semester (1/15/2020-5/06/2020) and are flexible with the date, if you could please fill in the “Mini-Series Sign-up”, we will contact you regarding a topic and date.
Note that individual events are listed on the ONR Calendar.
Lauren Broestl (Rubin lab, WashU Pediatrics)
“Astrocyte Senescence Contributes to Sex Differences in the Age-Related Increase in Glioblastoma Incidence”
Artem Arutyunov (Klein lab, WashU Medicine)
“Central nervous system regeneration is driven by microglia necroptosis and repopulation” Nature Neuroscience 2019
Monica Xiong (Holtzman lab, WashU Neurology)
“ApoE immunotherapy reduces vascular amyloid pathology and rescues cerebrovascular dysfunction”
Rachel Rahn (Culver lab, WashU Radiology and Dougherty lab, WashU Genetics)
Jonathan Cooper (WashU Pediatrics)
“Exploring the glial contribution to the pathogenesis of the NCLs or Batten Disease”
Peter Wang (Milbrandt lab, WashU Genetics)
“New insights into peripheral nerve macrophage identity and function”
Darshan Sapkota (Dougherty lab, WashU Genetics)
“Alternative translation of mRNA generates neurobiologically important protein variants”
Tristan Li (WashU Dept. of Neuroscience)