Albertson College Hosts Biomedical Research Speaker Series
2005. 10. 03.
CALDWELL (Idaho)- Science junkies have an opportunity to learn more about current biomedical research with a speaker's series being held on the Albertson College of Idaho campus.
The series kicks-off on Tuesday, October 4 from noon-1 p.m. Albertson College Professor of Biology; Dr. Art Ayers will lead the talk entitled 'Heparin Made Me Do It!' All of the speeches will be held in room 128 in Boone Hall on the Albertson College of Idaho campus.
On October 13, Dr. Lee Fortunato of the University of Idaho will be speaking on Human cytomegalovirus interactions with cellular DNA and DNA repair. Boise State's Dr. Julie Oxford will enlighten listeners on the role of collagen during skeletal development on November 3. Dr. Jennifer Chase of Northwest Nazarene University will wrap up the fall series with her talk from 4:30-5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 15.
The Albertson College Biomedical Research Speakers Series is funded by a grant from the Idaho IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence. All of the presenting researchers are involved with research funded by the grant.