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15 Nov
Intersections of Genetic and Environmental Mechanisms in Parkinson's Disease
Event Type

Lectures, Symposia, Etc., Meetings & Conferences

Topic

Research

Target Audience

Faculty, Graduate Students

Website

https://ai.dom.pitt.edu/research-semi...

Group
@Pitt, University Times
University Unit
Aging Institute
Hashtag

#AgingPitt

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Intersections of Genetic and Environmental Mechanisms in Parkinson's Disease

The Aging Research Seminar Series will host J. Timothy Greenamyre, MD, PhD. He will present his talk titled, Intersections of genetic and environmental mechanisms in Parkinson's disease

A central part of the Aging Institute at Bridgeside Point mission is to promote innovative research in aging and a rich environment for training new generation of investigators in the aging field. Beyond individualized mentorship, we want to provide support in career development, presentation skills, grant writing and opportunities for collaboration and networking with researchers within and outside the University. 

The research seminars will be followed by a gathering to stimulate informal discussions, socialize and networking. All postdocs are highly encouraged to attend this event to allow informal interaction with faculty and familiarize postdocs with the non-scientific skills required to pursue and succeed in an academic career.

The Aging Institute is part of UPMC and the Department of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine 

 

Thursday, November 15 at 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Bridgeside Point Building, 5th Floor conference room
100 Technology Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Intersections of Genetic and Environmental Mechanisms in Parkinson's Disease

The Aging Research Seminar Series will host J. Timothy Greenamyre, MD, PhD. He will present his talk titled, Intersections of genetic and environmental mechanisms in Parkinson's disease

A central part of the Aging Institute at Bridgeside Point mission is to promote innovative research in aging and a rich environment for training new generation of investigators in the aging field. Beyond individualized mentorship, we want to provide support in career development, presentation skills, grant writing and opportunities for collaboration and networking with researchers within and outside the University. 

The research seminars will be followed by a gathering to stimulate informal discussions, socialize and networking. All postdocs are highly encouraged to attend this event to allow informal interaction with faculty and familiarize postdocs with the non-scientific skills required to pursue and succeed in an academic career.

The Aging Institute is part of UPMC and the Department of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine 

 

Thursday, November 15 at 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Bridgeside Point Building, 5th Floor conference room
100 Technology Drive, Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Topic

Research

Target Audience

Faculty, Graduate Students

University Unit
Aging Institute
Hashtag

#AgingPitt