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Camera on Cancer Research: Unraveling the Molecular Mechanisms of Neuroblastoma

[ Music ] People say to me, isn’t it depressing? And I said, no, it’s completely stimulating because you see how hard they fight and you just want to work even harder because you know you can make a difference. I actually, like many, many families, I also have, my family has been touched by […]

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We are what we eat: nutrition, genes, cognition & deep learning in age-related macular degeneration

>>GOOD AFTERNOON TO ALL OF YOU. WELCOME DO A VERY SPECIAL WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON LECTURE, THE ASTUTE CLINICIAN LECTURE. WE’RE FORTUNATE TO HEAR FROM OUR OWN EMILY CHEW, DEPUTY CLINICAL DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL EYE INSTITUTE. IT FEELS A LITTLE WEIRD TO HAVE THIS LECTURE IN LIPSETT BECAUSE FOR ALL THE TEN YEARS THAT I HAVE […]

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High times for drugs: Epigenetic imprint, legacy and brain

IT’S AN HONOR FOR ME, NORA VOLKOW I’M DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF DRUG ABUSE, TO INTRODUCE TODAY’S SPEAKER, SOMEONE MADE SOME OF THE MOST IMPORTANT CONTRIBUTIONS IN THE WORLD OF SUBSTANCE DISORDER, PARTICULARLY RELATED TO THE EFFECTS OF NEURO DEVELOPMENT. THIS PERSON IS DR. YASMIN HURD. PROFESSOR OF THE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE IN […]

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The depressed brain: sobering and hopeful lessons

>>GOOD AFTERNOON, EVERYONE. WELCOME TO THE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON LECTURE SERIES. GOT A DISTINGUISHED PRESENTATION TODAY FROM DR. HUDA AKIL. TOPIC IS DEPRESSED BRAIN: SOBERING AND HOPEFUL LESSONS. I’M ABLE TO LEARN BECAUSE SHE’S BEEN INTERVIEWED ABOUT THAT SHE WAS INSPIRED BY MARIE CURIE WHO MOVED FROM POLAND TO PARIS TO FOLLOW A DREAM TO BECOME […]

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Mitochondrial DNA: Prometheus’ Gift or Pandora’s Box?

>>THANK YOU FOR COMING TO THE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON LECTURE TODAY. MARCH 21, 2012. MY NAME IS STEVE ZULLO, THE MITOCHONDRIAL INTEREST GROUP COORDINATOR AND PROGRAM DIRECTOR AT NIBIB AND IT’S MY GREAT PLEASURE TO INTRODUCE TO YOU NOT OUR SPEAKER, BUT THE DIRECTOR FOR NHLBI, BOB BALL BAN.>>THANKS AND WELCOME. FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT I WANT TO […]

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Decoding genetic skin disorders: lessons and new technologies

>>GOOD AFTERNOON, EVERYONE. WELCOME TO THE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON LECTURE SERIES. THOSE OF YOU HERE IN MASUR AND MANY OTHERS WHO ARE LISTENING IN THE VIDEOCAST THESE ARE OUR SPECIAL OPPORTUNITIES IN THE MIDDLE OF THE WEEK TO HEAR FROM SCIENTISTS WHO IS DOING EXCITING WORK THAT I THINK OFTEN ENLIVENS OUR EXPERIENCE AND SOMETIMES SUGGESTS […]

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From the Human Genome Project to Precision Medicine: A Journey to Advance Human Health

>>HI, GOOD AFTERNOON. I’M DIRECTOR OF THE SUMMER EDITION PROGRAM AND POSTBAC PROGRAM IN THE OFFICE OF INTRAMURAL TRAINING AND EDUCATION, AND TODAY I’M SO PLEASED TO INTRODUCE DR. ERIC GREEN, OUR FIRST SPEAKER FOR THE SUMMER LECTURE SERIES. DR. GREEN IS THE DIRECTOR OF THE NATIONAL HUMAN GENOME RESEARCH INSTITUTE THE, NHGRI, AT THE […]

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