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New UH lecture series examines impact of science on health
Date:4/4/2012

for Heart Repair" by Eric N. Olson, professor and chair of molecular biology at The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

  • Tuesday, Sept. 25: "Hormones in Health and Disease" by Dr. Jan-ke Gustafsson, biochemistry professor and director of the Center for Nuclear Receptors and Cell Signaling at the University of Houston

  • Tuesday, Oct. 23: "Improving Prediction of Heart Attack Risk" by Ioannis Kakadiaris, computer science professor and director of the Computational Biomedicine Lab at the University of Houston

  • Tuesday, Nov. 27: "Regenerating Damaged Heart Muscle: Using Stem Cells and Systems Biology to Discover Drug Targets" by Mark Mercola, professor and director of the Muscle Development and Regeneration Program at Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute

    For more information, visit http://www.friends.nsm.uh.edu/.


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  • Contact: Lisa Merkl
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    713-743-8192
    University of Houston
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