1) Identifying mouse-human neuroanatomical homologs using gene expression fingerprints 2) Longitudinal study of precursor myeloma progression nominates targetable immune processes for preventative treatment strategies

Oct 20, 2020
|
3:00pm–4:00pm
MBP 1015Y Student Seminars
Details
STUDENT NAME SEMINAR TITLE SUPERVISOR

Antoine Beauchamp

Identifying mouse-human neuroanatomical homologs using gene expression fingerprints

Jason Lerch

Danielle Croucher Longitudinal study of precursor myeloma progression nominates targetable immune processes for preventative treatment strategies Suzanne Trudel
Location
Zoom Meeting
2020-10-20 19:00:00 2020-10-20 20:00:00 UTC 1) Identifying mouse-human neuroanatomical homologs using gene expression fingerprints 2) Longitudinal study of precursor myeloma progression nominates targetable immune processes for preventative treatment strategies STUDENT NAME SEMINAR TITLE SUPERVISOR Antoine Beauchamp Identifying mouse-human neuroanatomical homologs using gene expression fingerprints Jason Lerch Danielle Croucher Longitudinal study of precursor myeloma progression nominates targetable immune processes for preventative treatment strategies Suzanne Trudel Zoom Meeting Daphne.Sears@utoronto.ca