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March 2015

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    Dissertation defense of Charles Nelson, “microRNA regulation of autophagy during programmed cell death”

    Dissertation defense of Charles Nelson, “microRNA regulation of autophagy during programmed cell death” Biotech II - 3rd Floor Seminar Room 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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    Dissertation Defense of Cheng Chang, "Function and Regulation of The α6 Integrins In Mammary Epithelial Biology And Breast Cancer"

    Dissertation Defense of Cheng Chang, "Function and Regulation of The α6 Integrins In Mammary Epithelial Biology And Breast Cancer" LRB 4th Floor Seminar Room 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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    Dissertation Defense of Hui-Min Chen, "A more accessible Drosophila genome to study fly CNS development"

    Dissertation Defense of Hui-Min Chen, "A more accessible Drosophila genome to study fly CNS development" LRB 7th Floor – Tara Bean Conference Room RB-7-716 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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    Dissertation Defense of Jeremy Shea, "Paternal Effects on Metabolism in Mammals"

    Dissertation Defense of Jeremy Shea, "Paternal Effects on Metabolism in Mammals" LRB 816 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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    Dissertation Defense of Simin Lu, "Calcium dependent regulatory mechanism in Wolfram syndrome"

    Dissertation Defense of Simin Lu, "Calcium dependent regulatory mechanism in Wolfram syndrome" LRB-816 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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    Dissertation Defense of Stefan Schattgen, "DNA in the lung microenvironment during influenza virus infection tempers inflammation by engaging the DNA sensor AIM2"

    Dissertation Defense of Stefan Schattgen, "DNA in the lung microenvironment during influenza virus infection tempers inflammation by engaging the DNA sensor AIM2" AS8-2072 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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