Dec 4, 2017
Whitaker Hall, Room 218
Glenn I. Fishman, M.D. studies cardiovascular electrophysiology and arrhythmia mechanisms. His work utilizes embryonic stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells as model systems to explore the cell fate decision of cardiac progenitors as they mature into specific sub-types of cardiomyocytes, with a particular focus on cells that comprise the specialized conduction system network.
See link to his abstract: http://cbac.wustl.edu/Seminars/FALL%202017%20Seminars/FISHMAN_GlennABSTRACT.pdf
CBAC Website: http://cbac.wustl.edu/pageBulletinBoardClubs.asp#GlennIFishman
Refreshments will be Served.
Parking is not available outside of Whitaker Hall due to the Danforth East Campus construction. From the Medical School campus, take the blue line Shrewsbury Landsdowne I-44 train to Skinker (two stops). Nearest metrolink stop is Skinker. Enter through the doors at Green Hall. Go to the second floor of Green Hall and walk through Brauer Hall and Whitaker Hall. Room 218 is at the end of Whitaker Hall on the left of the library conference room.
Nearby parking ramps are free of charge after 5 pm. in the yellow zones. Please plan on a 10-15 minute walk from the parking ramp to the lecture hall. The nearest parking ramp is Millbrook Garage. See map: http://cbac.wustl.edu/Seminars/MAP2.pdf
Organizer / Host: Huyen (Gwen) Nguyen