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The World is Full of Nonlinearities

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Monday, February 23rd

ER stress-induced clearance of misfolded proteins via the secretory pathway

Mechanisms Underlying HIV-1 Restriction in Myeloid Cells

Tuesday, February 24th

Myelodypslastic syndrome: management today and cures tomorrow

The World is Full of Nonlinearities:  System Science, Body Weight, and Us

Wednesday, February 25th

What's New in Pediatric Bone Health: Recommendations and Resources for the Evaluation of Suspected Bone Disorders in Children

Clinical Trials of Devices and FDA Approvals

Structural Mechanisms of Sensing dsRNA Via Regulated RNA Decay in Human Cells

Lymphangioleiomyomatosis: A complicated name for a complicated disease

Citizen Science for Air Quality: Community-Academic Partnerships to Address Industrial and Hydrofracking Emissions in Ohio

Thursday, February 26th

Neurodevelopmental Effects of Early Life Exposure to Pb and Mn: A Community-Engaged Approach

Friday, February 27th

Social Connectedness and Health Research Seminar Series

Monday, March 2nd

Molecular explanations for the toxicity of oxygen

The neuron-specific epigenome in development and disease

 

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The Spring CTSI Seminar Series will feature an exciting series of lectures focused on population health research. All presentations are held on Tuesday afternoons from 12:00-1:00 pm in the Helen Wood Hall Auditorium. Click here to view the full schedule.