The Michigan Alzheimer's Disease Core Center 2nd annual research symposium will explore non-amyloid contributions to brain dysfunction and neuronal cell death in Alzheimer's disease and related dementias.
Program officers and experts in research and global development will share their insights on how to develop your global network, and how to find resources to support your work in an uncertain funding landscape.
Join us in discussing how the humanities can situate medicine in its broader social context, help healthcare providers improve the delivery of healthcare, and enhance public understanding of the human response to disease.
Extension Health Research “Speed Meetings” offer MSU faculty who conduct health research the opportunity to connect with MSU Extension educators face-to-face and explore collaboration possibilities. This two-hour, working lunch features a rapid series of ten presentations on health programming by a variety of MSU Extension educators followed by discussion time to allow contact information to be exchanged.
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Join us in a conversation about practical options for supporting informal and formal seed systems that smallholder farmers will actually use across the globe. This includes discussion about the research that needs to be done, as well as what mechanism is the best fit for farmers.
Claire Hankenson & JR Haywood discuss reproducibility using animals and Marc Breedlove professor of neuroscience and Cindy Jordan from the department of Psychology examine sex as a biological variable.