21 March 2018
Public lecture - Metabolic disease in a dish: what can we learn from research in cells?
- SCH001 Schofield Building, Loughborough University
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This public lecture is free to attend - to reserve your seat, email Alison Stanley.
About this event
Presented by Dr Mark Turner, Post-Doctoral Research Associate in cellular and molecular biology, Loughborough University.
Many factors contribute to the development of metabolic diseases such as Type 2 diabetes. Understanding how these factors effect specific organs in the body can be very complex and therefore research using cells allows scientists to gain further understanding into their function.
This talk will provide an insight into how research in skeletal muscle cells has been, and is currently being used to gain further understanding of metabolic diseases.
To reserve your seat, email Alison Stanley.