EMPOWERING COLLABORATIVE AND
DIVERSE NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH,
EDUCATION AND OUTREACH AT UCLA.
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Neurology Grand Rounds – Jason Hinman, M.D., Ph. D.
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Neurology Grand Rounds – Kevin Bickart, M.D., Ph. D.
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UCLA Cannabis Research Initiative Grand Rounds
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Neurology Grand Rounds – Adys Mendizabal, M.D., M.S.
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Image of the Month
August 2022 – GFP labeling of the Drosophila melanogaster neural circuit expressing the neuropeptide tachykinin (TK). Images taken using the Leica Stellaris Confocal microscope. The cyan channel was color-inverted using Adobe Photoshop.
By: Ceazer Nave, Laboratory of Dr. Jeffrey Donlea
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