The College of Health Sciences Research Seminar presents its first seminar in a year-long series.
For the September 8th seminar, Dr. Troy Rohn from the Department of Biological Sciences will present on “Harnessing the Power of the Genome Editing Tool, CRISPR, to Treat Anxiety“. Dr. Sydney Boutros, Assistant Professor from the Department of Psychological Sciences will present on
“Stop and Smell the Roses: Olfaction across the Lifespan and Implications for Dementia“.
There will be a college-hosted social to follow with snacks and drinks provided.
For remote faculty and students or faculty and students from other institutions, they can email firstname.lastname@example.org university for a zoom link.