Upcoming Meetings

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Jul. 8
9:00 AM
512 Light Hall
Beta Cell Interest Group
Beta Cell Interest Group (BIG) Seminar
Lisette Maddison, PhD (Wenbiao Chen's lab)
Death and the β-cell: convergence of multiple pathways leading to β-cell loss in a model of peripheral insulin resistance
Jul. 22
9:00 AM
512 Light Hall
Beta Cell Interest Group
Beta Cell Interest Group (BIG) Seminar
Hannah Worchel (Magnuson's lab)
Aug. 5
9:00 AM
512 Light Hall
Beta Cell Interest Group
Beta Cell Interest Group (BIG) Seminar
Ray Pasek (Gannon's lab)
Aug. 19
9:00 AM
512 Light Hall
Beta Cell Interest Group
Beta Cell Interest Group (BIG) Seminar
Neil Philips
Aug. 31
8:00 AM
Room 8455 MRBIV
Vanderbilt Mouse Metabolic Phenotyping Center
11th Annual Glucose Clamping the Conscious Mouse: A Laboratory Course
David Wasserman, Ph.D.
MMPC Glucose Clamping the Conscious Mouse: A Laboratory Course

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