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Dr. Beth Stevens (NACS alum) Presidential Speaker at SfN 2015

Dr. Beth Stevens (NACS alum) Presidential Speaker at SfN 2015

Dr. Beth Stevens
Dr. Beth Stevens

Dr. Stevens' talk is entitled "Immune Mechanisms of Synapse Loss in Health and Disease". The talk will review research on how various neuron pathways regulate the formation, refinement, and elimination of specific axons and synapses during development. The discoveries suggest ways of protecting synapses in neurodegenerative and psychiatric disorders involving synapse loss.

July 27, 2015


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