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23May
9:00 AM | John M. Dennis Auditorium, VAMC The 12th Annual Weiner Family Memorial Lecture presented by Kathleen Shannon, M.D. Topic: "Here's Looking Up Your Old Address: Searching for Clues to the Etiology of Parkinson Disease"
29May
2:00 PM | Bressler Research Building, Room 7-035 Noriaki Ono, DDS, PhD Assistant Professor, Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry University of Michigan, School of Dentistry
30May
9:00 AM | John M. Dennis Auditorium, VAMC The Richard F. Mayer, MD 5th Annual Neurology Resident & Fellow Research Symposium (Part One) Speakers to include various Neurology residents and fellows
12Jun
9:00 AM | Conference Room 14-007, Bressler Research Building Faculty Development Workshop - Preparing for Promotion
1Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides an introduction to the methods and tools used in a variety of omics approaches. It assumes knowledge of biology, but no prior omics experience is expected or required.
2Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides an introduction to the methods and tools used in a variety of omics approaches. It assumes knowledge of biology, but no prior omics experience is expected or required.
3Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides an introduction to the methods and tools used in a variety of omics approaches. It assumes knowledge of biology, but no prior omics experience is expected or required.
4Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides an introduction to the methods and tools used in a variety of omics approaches. It assumes knowledge of biology, but no prior omics experience is expected or required.
5Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides an introduction to the methods and tools used in a variety of omics approaches. It assumes knowledge of biology, but no prior omics experience is expected or required.
22Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides a basic introduction to three aspects of programming as applied to bioinformatics: Python, databases, and R. No prior programming experience is expected or required.
23Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides a basic introduction to three aspects of programming as applied to bioinformatics: Python, databases, and R. No prior programming experience is expected or required.
24Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides a basic introduction to three aspects of programming as applied to bioinformatics: Python, databases, and R. No prior programming experience is expected or required.
25Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides a basic introduction to three aspects of programming as applied to bioinformatics: Python, databases, and R. No prior programming experience is expected or required.
26Oct
9:00 AM | HSFIII, 670 W. Baltimore St. This workshop provides a basic introduction to three aspects of programming as applied to bioinformatics: Python, databases, and R. No prior programming experience is expected or required.

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