AHC Lab Bench Talk with Daniel Levings, PhD
Join us on Monday, December 20 at 3:00 pm in-person in SMed 142 or via Zoom for our AHC Lab Bench Talks series with Daniel Levings, PhD, a Post-Doctoral Associate in the Slattery Lab in the Department of Biomedical Sciences in the School of Medicine. Dr. Levings will present research from a joint project between the Slattery and Fernandez-Funez labs
Subject title: "Functional gene networks regulating the toxicity of ALS triggers in Drosophila."
The AHC Lab Bench Talks Series aims to foster interdisciplinary collaborative research efforts and provide a mechanism for faculty and trainees to present their ongoing research.
During the academic year, presentations are scheduled on a weekly/semi-weekly basis that includes research projects, preliminary data (data club style), a practice research talk, or journal articles with recent discoveries or techniques that would interest a broad range of scientists.