Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series: Emily Frieben and William Miller
February 18 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
“Understanding the Structural Landscape of D1-like Dopamine Receptors for the Discovery of Novel Allosteric Modulators” will be presented by Emily Frieben, student in the Biomedical Sciences PhD Program. Dr. Nikolay Dokholyan and Dr. Richard Mailman are the co-advisers.
“REDD1 Suppresses Nrf2 Stability and the Antioxidant Defense in the Retina of Diabetic Mice” will be presented by William Miller, a student in the Biomedical Sciences PhD Program. Dr. Michael Dennis is the adviser.