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Thesis Seminar: Sophie Levan "Neonatal gut-microbiome-derived 12,13 DiHOME impedes tolerance and promotes childhood atopy and asthma"

Congratulations to Sophie Levan, who will be giving her thesis seminar titled, “Neonatal gut-microbiome-derived 12,13 DiHOME impedes tolerance and promotes childhood atopy and asthma.” If you can, please come out to support her as she finishes up her graduate work!

When: Friday, June 1st, 4:00pm
Where: Nursing Building, room N-217, Parnassus

Sophie did her graduate work in the Biomedical Sciences program as a member of Susan Lynch's lab.

Thesis Seminar: Julia Ye, "Post-transcriptional regulation of pluripotency by microRNAs and RNA binding proteins"

Please come out to support and celebrate with your fellow MSTP, Julia Ye, as she presents her dissertation. Congratulations to Julia for finishing her PhD and heading back to medical school soon!

Where: Parnassus, Nursing Building, N-217
When: Monday, April 3rd, 4:00 PM
Dissertation Title: "Post-transcriptional regulation of pluripotency by microRNAs and RNA binding proteins"

Julia is finishing her graduate work in the Biomedical Sciences program as a member of Robert Blelloch's lab.

Kevin Kelley Dissertation Seminar - “Transcriptional identities of major CNS cell types in humans with insights into astrocyte diversity”

MSTP graduate student, Kevin Kelley, will be presenting his thesis on Friday, August 26th at 10am. For those interested in Neuroscience, or would just like to provide Kevin with moral support, please feel free to attend. Details below:

Kevin Kelley
Graduate Student
Neuroscience Graduate Program
UCSF
“Transcriptional identities of major CNS cell types in humans with insights into astrocyte diversity”
Host: Michael Oldham & David Rowitch

Friday, August 26 | 10:00am
N-217 | Parnassus Campus