You are here: Home News and Events Seminars Biology Spring 2017 David Stupski topic: A Comparative Approach to Understand Organismal Lifespan/ Fengping Dong topic:Deletion of CTNNB1 in inhibitory circuitry contributes to autism-associated behavioral defects

David Stupski topic: A Comparative Approach to Understand Organismal Lifespan/ Fengping Dong topic:Deletion of CTNNB1 in inhibitory circuitry contributes to autism-associated behavioral defects

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Speaker
David Stupski (winner of the 2016/2017 Dr. Randell Shuman Troxell Scholarship in Biology and Fengping Dong (winner of the Hyman and Jenny Burstein Memorial Scholarship in Science) Penn State University
When
04 April 2017 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
Where
104 Thomas Bldg
Host
Dept. of Biology
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Each will present a 30 minutes seminar

Mr. David Stupski (Adviser: Ruud Schilder) winner of the 2016/2017 Dr. John Randall Shuman Troxell Scholarship in Biology 

Seminar Topic: A Comparative Approach to Understand Organismal Lifespan

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Mr. Fengping Dong (Adviser: Yingwei Mao) winner of the Hyman and Jenny Burstein Memorial Scholarship in Science.)

Seminar Topic: Deletion of CTNNB1 in inhibitory circuitry contributes to autism-associated behavioral defects