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Emory Center for Neurodsyfunction and Inflammation - Symposium

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Emory Center for Neurodsyfunction and Inflammation - Symposium


Emory Center for Neurodsyfunction and Inflammation - Symposium

 

The vision for the Center for Neurodysfunction and Inflammation (CNI) under the umbrella of the Brain Health Center is to promote a climate of integration for basic, translational, and clinical activities across campus related to neurological, neuropsychiatric, and neurodevelopmental disorders with neuro-immune or inflammatory components.

This program will feature keynote speaker, Richard M. Ransohoff, M.D., Entrepreneur-in-Residence at Third Rock Ventures, Visiting Scientist, Dept of Cell Bio, Harvard Medical School. He will deliver the noon keynote address entitled “Microglia: a performance review”

The symposium will also include short talks by Emory faculty and poster presentations where attendees can network and interact directly with other investigators who are advancing the study of neuro-immune interactions and brain inflammation. To submit a poster abstract see below.

 

The symposium is free and open to all including faculty, staff, trainees, and all other interested members of the community.

When: Thursday, March 21, 2019 - 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Where: Emory University School of Medicine, 100 Woodruff Circle, Atlanta, Georgia Room 110

 To register for the Symposium visit: www.xxxxxxxxxx

For more information contact Michelle King, 404-727-3251, TWljaGVsbGUgISB3ICEga2luZyB8IGVtb3J5ICEgZWR1



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