stephenfloorSorry but I have no interest in “reaching across the aisle” to a party taking away voting rights, women’s autonomy, LGBTQ rights, pretending racism doesn’t exist, on and on. And to suggest we should ignore all this for possible science funding is gross.
HowardNeuroLab@wesleytkerr@AmEpilepsySoc Best part is the chance to really get to know the mentors & the other fellows. We bring people from a variety of career paths: private practice, academic clinical, clinic/research combo, research, non-profit/advocacy, industry, science writing/communication. Please post any ?s!
HowardNeuroLab@wesleytkerr@AmEpilepsySoc There are special workshops/events mostly focused on career development, networking, mentoring, on Friday & Saturday of the conference. Some are focused on clinical or research, but you can go to whatever you choose. You'll have an assigned mentor & set times to meet.
braincommsBanerji et al. identified a gluconeogenesis modulator, PK11195, a known mitochondrial translocator protein ligand that normalized metabolic deficits and suppressed electrographic seizures in a pre-clinical zebrafish model of Dravet syndrome. t.co/1rzgmpVYyZ@CUSystemt.co/2fx1CQsfT5