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SPARC Strategic Planning Workshop: Biology & Technology (Day 2)

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1 Thumbnail image Session 4: Mechanisms of Nerve/Organ Interaction - Yvette Taché, Alejandro Caicedo, Kevin Tracey, Helen Raybould, Pankaj Jay Pasricha 0:00:05
2 Thumbnail image Session 5: Cross-Cutting Technologies - Graham Creasey, Viviana Gradinaru, Kim Butts Pauly, Ranu Jung, Kevin Kilgore 2:00:11
3 Thumbnail image Parallel Efforts - ElectRx and Bioelectronics - Doug Weber, Roy Katso 3:00:12
4 Thumbnail image Opportunities for the SPARC Program - William C. de Groat, Kevin Kilgore 3:19:10
Air date: Thursday, February 26, 2015, 8:00:00 AM
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Views: Total views: 276, (108 Live, 168 On-demand)
Category: Advisory Board Meetings and Workshops
Runtime: 04:17:09
Description: The SPARC Biology and Technology Workshop bring together disparate research communities to assess the following: ? The current status of functional and anatomical mapping of peripheral innervation in organs. The opportunities for additional knowledge and technologies that would be foundational for understanding neuronal control of organ and organ system function in animal models and humans. Furthermore, this workshop will help elucidate technical and biological opportunities within and across communities in a variety of organs and conditions.

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Author: NIH-OD/DPCPSI/Office of Strategic Coordination
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