Distinguished Biomedical Scholar Lecture - Amy Arnsten, PhD
Oct 13, 2022
04:00 PM - 05:00 PM
Prem Sahai Auditorium (1110A MERF)
Dr. Amy Arnsten, PhD will present a lecture on Oct. 13 at 4 p.m. Dr. Arnsten is the Albert E. Kent Professor of Neuroscience and Professor of Psychology and Member of the Kavli Institute of Neuroscience at Yale University. Presentation details will be updated closer to the event date and will be held in-person as well as by Zoom.
Title: Unique Molecular Regulation of Prefrontal Cortex Confers Vulnerability to Cognitive Disorders
This lecture is co-sponsored by the Iowa Neuroscience Institute and the Nancy C. Andreasen Lectureship in Psychiatry.
The Distinguished Biomedical Scholar Lecture Series features top-tier scientists and physicians performing high-impact research in a variety of areas. Most lectures, with few exceptions, will be held on the third Thursday of each month during the academic year. The seminars will be of broad interest and are open to the public all University faculty, staff and students. The schedule of current speakers can be found on our website.
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