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Cameron Currie, PhD University of Wisconsin - Madison, Department of Bacteriology
In this talk I will describe ongoing work focused on how the experiences of both mothers and fathers can induce epigenetic, neurobiological and behavioral effects and the interactive and multigenerational consequences of these effects.
"Intestinal epithelial cell functions at the host-microbiome interface" Maayan Levy-Thaiss, PhD University of Pennsylvania; Assistant Professor, Department of microbiology in the Perlman School of Medicine
This talk will focus on the role of the gastrin releasing peptide receptor (GRPR), the first itch-specific receptor identified in the spinal cord, in itch transmission. He will also discuss about the differences between itch and pain sensations.
Join us for Genome Day! Designed for elementary and middle school children, all members of the community are welcome. Exhibits and activities will cover topics including the environment, energy use & production, health, and fundamental research at the IGB in an approachable manner for all ages. Free and open to the public.
"Understanding symbiotic nitrogen fixation and bacterial genome organization using synergistic, multi-level approaches" George diCenzo, PhD Queen’s University; Assistant Professor, Department of Biology
We study the neuroimmune mechanism of neurodegenerative, autoimmune, and infectious diseases using mouse models in the context of disease contributing factors such as stress, steroid hormone imbalance, and aging.