October 06 2016
Alumnus Dillon Damuth ’13, Ph.D. student in developmental biology at Georgetown University, continues the Lecture Series in the Sciences with a presentation on Friday, October 7 at 6 p.m. in Kolker Hall.
Dillon’s presentation, titled "Transcription factor interactions contribute to cell fate coordination from progenitors to neurons," focuses on neurogenesis and the Sox family of transcription factors.
The lecture series helps kick off Family Weekend, and will continue with a presentation from alumna Katie Moring ’09 on Friday, November 4.
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