Professor Stephen Floor of UCSF will present his recent work on RNA chaperones and their role in brain development and cancer. Read his latest research on neuronal cell differentiation and translational regulation.
Dr. Floor is the second speaker of our new seminar series, which aims to cover a diverse range of speakers focusing on a variety of topics related to the Institute’s research programs. Following all seminars, attendees are invited to stay for a free lunch and talk with the seminar speaker.
RNA Chaperones in Brain Development and Cancer
Dr. Stephen Floor
Assistant Professor, Department of Cell & Tissue Biology
University of California, San Francisco
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