Vanderbilt Kennedy Center

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Neuroscience Graduate Seminar Series - From Complex Protein Functions to Complex Neurodevelopmental Phenotypes

Date: September 23, 2009

Time: 4:10PM to 5:10PM

Location: Room 1220 Medical Research Building III


“From Complex Protein Functions to Complex Neurodevelopmental Phenotypes.”

Denes V. Agoston, M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., Associate Professor, Dept. of Anatomy, Physiology, and Genetics, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Co-sponsor Vanderbilt Brain Institute

Refreshments served at 4 p.m.


Amy Pottier, (615) 322-8144

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  • The Brain Institute at Vanderbilt University
    The Vanderbilt Brain Institute (VBI) was founded in 1999 as a transinstitutional entity to oversee and facilitate the extensive neuroscience-related endeavors carried out at Vanderbilt University. As such, the primary missions of the VBI are to promote research, education and training in the brain-related disciplines at Vanderbilt, with the stated goal of fostering excellence in each if these arenas.

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