Apr 27, 20158:30 AM4th Annual PREP Regional SymposiumPrice Center/Block Pavilion LeFrak Auditorium
Apr 29, 20155:00 PMHow To Prepare For and Pick The Best Postdoc For You: including how and why a 2nd postdoc might be right for youDr. Arne GennerichForchheimer Medical Science Building 5th floor lecture hall
Friday, April 03, 201510:00 AM
Functional Implications of REST Context Across Diverse Cell Types and SpeciesShira Rockowitz
Monday, April 13, 20151:00 PM
Thesis Defense Seminar - “Radioimmunotherapy and anti-retroviral therapy: the one-two punch against HIV”Dina Tsukrov
Wednesday, April 15, 201511:00 AM
Thesis Defense Seminar: "Modifying Immune Responses via Targeted Delivery to Dendritic Cells"Joseph Katakowski
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