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Synaptic Plasticity Regulated by Stargazin and PSD-95
Monday, February 27, 2006,
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This Monday’s seminar speaker is Dr. David Bredt. David received his Ph.D. and medical degree from Johns Hopkins before joining the faculty at UCSF in 1994. Recently he left UCSF to become the Vice President of Integrative Biology at Eli Lilly and Company. During David’s relatively brief academic career, he has established himself as one of the premier molecular neurobiologists in the world. His research has focused on the regulation of excitatory synapses. Most recently his work has explored the role of the stargazin family of proteins in the functional regulation of glutamate receptors. He is a dynamic speaker, and is sure to give an exciting lecture.