Integrating ‘Macro’ and ‘Wide-angle’ views of renin and the RAS | John Mullins, PhD

November 23, 2015 by School of Medicine Webmaster   |   Leave a Comment

Date: Friday December 4, 2015
Time: 12:00 PM until AM
Location: Battle Building, 1st Floor, Quayle Learning Center

John Mullins, Ph.D.

Director, BHF Centre for Research Excellence
Chair, Molecular Physiology
University of Edinburgh

 

Objectives:

  1. Genotypic and phenotypic models are not always the same thing.
  2. Animals models of disease: the obvious is not always the most interesting.
  3. Heterozygous models are sometimes undervalued.
  4. Granulation of Juxtaglomerular cells is complex.
  5. Zebrafish and mammalian studies can complement each other.

 

*lunch available at 11:30 – please RSVP: Wendy Cline – cline@virginia.edu


Contact cline@virginia.edu for more information

 

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