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IN THE NEWS

Harvard Gazette: "New gene-delivery therapy restores partial hearing, balance in deaf mice"
New Molecular Therapy paper from the labs of David Corey, Xandra Breakefield and Casey Maguire

Harvard Medicine News: "Genetic Repurposing"
New Nature paper from labs of Michael Greenberg, Margaret Livingstone and colleagues provides clue into the genetic mechanisms underlying evolution of cognition in humans

Harvard Medicine News: "A Neuron's Hardy Bunch"
New Neuron paper from HBI Bipolar Seed Grant Awardee Pascal Kaeser explores role of active zone proteins in neuronal communication

Harvard Medicine News: "An Agent of Demise"
New Science paper from HBI ALS Seed Grant Awardee Junying Yuan reveals role of the enzyme RIPK1 in axonal degeneration in ALS

Our Neuroscience Community

Please join us for a special symposium complementing our ALS Seed Grant Program, supported by the Stephen Van R. Winthrop Fund for ALS Research:

NEW INSIGHTS IN ALS RESEARCH

Thursday February 23, 2017
1:00 to 5:30pm

Harvard Medical School
Armenise Amphitheater

Speakers include:
James Berry, MD, MPH
Clifford Woolf, MD, PhD
Bruce Bean, PhD
Junying Yuan, PhD  
Robin Reed, PhD

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Upcoming Event

ABNORMAL EXCITABILITY AS DETERMINANT OF NERVOUS SYSTEM DISEASE

February 16, 2017, 8AM-7PM

Armenise Amphitheatre, Harvard Medical School

Co-Chairs and Moderators:
Bruce Bean, PhD
Kevin Eggan, PhD
Clifford Woolf, MD, PhD

Registration is required.  REGISTER HERE.
Full program available here.