Mar 21, 20148:15 AMMSTP RevisitBelfer Educational Center for Health Sciences Room 207
Mar 24, 201410:00 AM18th Annual Julius Marmur SymposiumForchheimer Medical Science Building 3rd Fl. Lecture Hall
Tuesday, March 25, 201410:00 AM
Thesis Defense Seminar: "Characterization of Mechanisms that Contribute to the Transmigration of CD14+CD16+ Monocytes Across the Blood Brain Barrier: ...Dionna Williams
Tuesday, April 01, 201410:00 AM
Thesis Seminar: Effect of blockage of chaperone-mediated autohagy in vivoJaime L. Schneider
Wednesday, April 02, 201410:00 AM
Thesis Defense Seminar: "Dopamine mediates mature monocyte migration in the context of HIV neuropathogenesis and substance abuse"Jacqueline Coley
Dr. Bernice Morrow
Professor, Department of GeneticsProfessor, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology and Women's HealthProfessor, Department of Pediatrics (Cardiology)Director, Division of Translational Genetics, Department of GeneticsSidney L. and Miriam K. Olson Chair in Cardiology
Dr. Morrow's laboratory uses human, mouse and zebrafish approaches to identify the genes and genetic pathways involved in the development of organs and structures in mammalian embryos for future genetic testing and therapy.
Dr. Morrow and colleagues are interested in early ear development, and embryologic formation of the palate and jaw, as well as the heart.
Number of scientific papers published last year
Einstein's NIH Funding for 2011
Top-10-ranked Departments for Faculty Research Productivity (Chronicle of Higher Education)