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Events : Emerging roles of cortical perineuronal nets in sensory perception during maternal behavior in a mouse model of Rett syndrome.

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Requestor

Terese Hall

Requestor Department

Cell Biology and Physiology

Requestor Phone

314-362-5057

Requestor Email

tereseh@wustl.edu

Type of Event

Scientific Seminar

Type of Lecture

Seminar Series

Start Time

11/17/2020 3:00 PM

End Time

11/17/2020 4:00 PM

Recurrence

 

All Day Event

 

Sponsoring Department/Group

Dept. of Cell Biology & Physiology

Speaker/Honorific

Billy Lau, Ph.D.

Speaker Affiliation

Postdoctoral Research Associate,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville

Title

Emerging roles of cortical perineuronal nets in sensory perception during maternal behavior in a mouse model of Rett syndrome.

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Location

Zoom

Comments

Contact Terese Hall (tereseh@wustl.edu) for ZOOM link.

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Career/Professional Development

No

PostdocEvent

No

Sponsor/Location

Dept. of Cell Biology & Physiology -
Location:  Zoom

Speaker/Title

Billy Lau, Ph.D. -
Emerging roles of cortical perineuronal nets in sensory perception during maternal behavior in a mouse model of Rett syndrome.

Sponsor/Speaker/Title/Location

Dept. of Cell Biology & Physiology -
Location:  Zoom -
Billy Lau, Ph.D. -
Emerging roles of cortical perineuronal nets in sensory perception during maternal behavior in a mouse model of Rett syndrome.

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11/17/2020

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Last modified at 10/27/2020 9:29 AM by Andrew Richards