Annual Meeting Program

Saturday - Sunday - Monday
Tuesday
- Poster Sessions
 

Preliminary Schedule by Day (pdf.)
 


Keynote Speaker


Sean Carroll


Howard Hughes Medical Institute and University of Wisconsin
Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 4:30 pm

Evo-Devo and an Expanding Evolutionary Synthesis


Nobel Laureate Plenary Speakers

Eric Kandel

Columbia University
Monday, March 30, 2015 at 8:30 am

Persistence of Memory and Prion Mechanisms: A Perspective

 

Stanley Prusiner

University of California, San Francisco
Monday, March 30, 2015 at 8:30 am

Prions causing Alzheimer's and Parkinson's—Quest for Effective Therapeutics

 

 

Saturday, March 28

8:00am – 10:00am (Room 104C)
How to Mentor: Basic Science, Clinical Science, and Educational Scholarship Skills for Graduate Students and Postdocs
Chairs: Linda May (East Carolina Univ.) & Jonathan Wisco (Brigham Young Univ.)
Sarika Thakur (David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA)
What Every Young Investigator Needs to Know about Establishing a Basic or Clinical Science Research Program and Where to Get Help
Marios Loukas (St. George’s University School of Medicine)
Writing Papers Can be a Scary Thing: How to Mentor Students to Navigate the Monsters and See that Manuscript to Publication
Belinda Huang (National Postdoctoral Association)
What is My Role as a Post Graduate Student with Regard to Mentorship and Mentoring?

10:00am – 10:30am (Room 105)
Career Networking Break

10:30am – 12:30pm (Room 104C)    
Leaning In Without Falling Over: Supporting the Success of Women in Science
Chairs: Lorinda Smith (Univ. of Utah) & Valerie O'Loughlin (Indiana Univ.)
Debra Rolison (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)
Creating Change in Scientific Institutions through Subversion, Revolution (Title IX) & Climate Change
Lisa Lee (University of Colorado School of Medicine)
“Just The Facts, Ma'am”: The Gender Gap in Academia, from the Classroom to the Bank
Jessica Brinkworth (University of Montreal)
Surviving the Sexodus Project: How STEM Women Approach Career Challenges
Valerie O’Loughlin (Indiana University School of Medicine)
I say assertive, you say bossy; I say leader

Saturday March 28th 12:30pm – 1:30pm (Room 101)
Career Networking Lunch

2:00pm – 4:00pm (Room 102AB)
“Back to Basics” Anatomy for Everyday Practice: Integrating Anatomy Education into the Clinical Years
Chair:  Nirusha Lachman (Mayo Clinic)
Geoffrey Cundiff (University of British Columbia)
Integrating Anatomical Education into a Residency Curriculum of a Surgical Specialty
Anne Agur (University of Toronto)
Expanding Program Specific Anatomy Education During Residency: New Opportunities and Challenges
Adam K. Jacob (Mayo Clinic)
Back to Basics: Applied Anatomy in Regional Anesthesia
Daniel B. Jones (Harvard Medical School)
Teaching Anatomy in the Simulation Center

2:00pm – 4:00pm (Room 104AB)
Anatomy of Aging
Chair:  H. Wayne Lambert (West Virginia Univ.)
Louise McCullough (The University of Connecticut Health Center)
The Aging Brain
Johanna Hannan (East Carolina University)
The Ups and Downs of Aging in the Male Genitourinary Tract
Zoltan Ungvari (University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center)
You Are as Old as Your Arteries - and Microvessels
Arthur Dalley (Vanderbilt University School of Medicine)
Osteophytes for Neophytes-Geriatric MSK Anatomy for Health Care Students

2:00pm – 4:00pm (Room 104C)
Vascular and Connective Tissue Imaging In Situ: Returning Bone to the Skeleton
Chair:  Maria Serrat (Marshall Univ. School of Medicine)
Cornelia Farnum (Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine)
Dynamics of bone elongation: We know there are many players but we don’t understand all the rules
Rebecca Williams (Cornell University)
New Strategies for Cellular-Scale Imaging of Bone and Cartilage
Rhonda Prisby (University of Delaware College of Health Sciences)
Conversion of bone marrow blood vessels into bone leads to “microvascular dead space: - A potential etiology for bone and bone marrow disease with advancing age
Matthew Allen (Indiana University School of Medicine)
Mechanisms need not be molecular - tissue-level mechanisms for drug-induced changes to bone mechanical properties
Maria Serrat (Marshall Univ. School of Medicine)
Imaging IGF-I Uptake in Growth Plate Cartilage Using in vivo Multiphoton Microscopy

2:00pm – 4:00pm (Room 105)
Creation of Tissue-like Structures In Vitro Using Advanced Technologies
Co-sponsored by the Anatomical Society
Chair:  Stefan Przyborski (Durham Univ.)
Stefan Przyborski (Durham Univ.)
Platform Technologies for Routine Generation of Advanced Organotypic Three Dimensional Cell Culture Models
Molly Shoichet (University Toronto)
Three Dimensional Hydrogel Scaffolds and Applications in the CNS
John Haycock (University of Sheffield)
Development of 3D In Vitro Models of Nerve and Skin for Disease, Disorder and Testing Studies
Dan Huh (University of Pennsylvania)
Microengineered Physiological Biomimicry: Human Organs-on-Chips

4:30pm – 5:45pm
Keynote Speaker
Sean Carroll (Howard Hughes Medical Institute and Univ. of Wisconsin)
Evo-Devo and an Expanding Evolutionary Synthesis

6:00pm – 7:30pm
Welcome Reception (Westin)

Sunday, March 29

7:30am – 8:30am (Room 101)
First Time Attendee Breakfast

8:30am – 10:00am (Room 104AB)
Cardiovascular Biology Plenary Session
Anne Eichmann (Yale School of Medicine)   
Molecular Parallels between Neural and Vascular Development
Ken Walsh (Boston Univ. School of Medicine)         
Adipose Tissue - Vasculature Interactions     

10:00am – 12:00pm (Room 102AB)
Anatomy Education Roundtable - Developing Effective Cognitive Strategies for Future Long Term Recall of Medical Knowledge
Chair:  James Walker (Purdue Univ./ IU School of Medicine – Lafayette)
John Pelley (Texas Tech Univ HSC School of Medicine)
Developing Effective Cognitive Strategies for Future Long-Term Recall of Medical Knowledge: What are the Questions We Need To Answer?

10:30am – 12:00pm (Room 104B)
Symposium - Vascular Organization and Patterning
Blanche Capel (Duke Univ. School of Medicine)
Fetal Macrophages Mediate Vascularization and Cord Formation during Testis Organogenesis
Mary Dickinson (Baylor College of Medicine)                                  
Imaging Cardiovascular Development: Insights into Congenital Disease
Mark Kahn (Univ. of Pennsylvania School of Medicine)                               
Lymphatic Patterning
Mark Majesky (Univ. of Washington)                        
Development of Coronary Vessels

10:30am – 12:00pm (Room 104C)
Structures and Functions of Primary Cilia
Chair:  Takanari Inoue (Johns Hopkins Univ.)
Thibaut Eguether (University of Massachusetts Medical School)
IFT25 and IFT27 couple the BBSome to the IFT particle for maintenance of the ciliary signaling compartment
Jeremy Reiter (University of California, San Francisco)
Restricted Access: the Transition Zone Controls Ciliary Composition and Signaling
Lisa Satlin (Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai)
New insights into the complex physiologic role of the cilium in secretory epithelia

10:30am – 12:00pm (Room 105)
Langman Graduate Student Platform Award Session

12:00pm – 1:00pm (Room 101)
Career Networking Lunch

2:30pm – 4:00pm (Room 102AB)
Educational Neuroscience: Towards the Science of Learning
Chair:  Ann Zumwalt (Boston Univ. School of Medicine)
Peter Bergethon (Pfizer Corporation)
Advancing the Neuroscience of Learning
Timothy D. Wilson (Western University)
Cerebral Blood Flow and Spatial Ability
Ann Zumwalt (Boston University School of Medicine)
In Pursuit of an Objective Assessment of Learning using Gaze Tracking and EEG

2:30pm – 4:30pm (Room 104AB)
Symposium - Endothelial-to-mesenchymal Transition
Raghu Kalluri (MD Anderson Cancer Center)                    
Endo-MT in Cancer
Elisabetta Dejana (Univ. of Milan)             
The Pathological Modifications of the Blood Brain Barrier and Cerebral Cavernous Malformations
Michael Simons (Yale University School of Medicine)    
Endothelial-to-mesenchymal Transition in Cardiovascular Pathology
Damian Medici (Brown Univ.)                                
Endothelial-mesenchymal Transition as a Novel Mechanism for Tissue Regeneration

2:30pm – 4:30pm (Room 104C)
Cilia in Development
Chair:  Jeffrey Amack (SUNY Upstate Medical Univ.)
Maureen Barr (Rutgers University)
Cilia and Extracellular Vesicles are signaling organelles
Iain Drummond (Harvard Medical School)
TBD
John Wallingford (University of Texas)
Planar Cell Polarity, Ciliogenesis, and Human Disease
Bradley Yoder (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
Mammalian DRC, Ciliary, Motility and Left-Right Body Asymmetry

2:30pm 4:30pm (Room 105)
Major Transformations of the Amniote Nose
Chair:  Tomasz Owerkowicz (California State Univ., San Bernardino)
A.W. Crompton (Harvard University)
Origin of the mammalian nose
Timothy Smith (Slippery Rock Univ.)
Nasal morphometry in primates: Is there a sensory trade-off for visual specialists?
Jason Bourke (Ohio Univ.)
Using airflow patterns to aid inferences of nasal soft-tissue reconstructions in dinosaurs
Tomasz Owerkowicz (California State Univ., San Bernardino)
“Respiratory” turbinates in endotherms and ectotherms

5:00pm – 6:30pm (Room 102AB)
Developmental Biology Hybrid
H.W. Mossman Award Lecture in Developmental Biology featuring 2015 Young Investigator Award Recipient, Dirk Hockemeyer

5:00pm – 6:30pm (Room 104AB)
Cardiovascular Biology Platform Session
Chair:  Katie Bentley (Harvard Medical School)

5:00pm – 6:30pm (Room 104C)
Cell Biology Hybrid
R.R. Bensley Award Lecture in Cell Biology featuring 2015 Young Investigator Award Recipient, Bungo Akiyoshi

5:00pm – 6:30pm (Room 105)
Postdoc Platform Award Session

Monday, March 30
 

8:30am – 10:00am (Room 104AB)
Neurobiology Mini-Meeting
Plenary - The Anatomy of Memory and Neurodegenerative Disease: Prions, a Nobel Idea
Chair: Paul Trainor (Stowers Institute for Medical Research)
Eric Kandel (Columbia Univ.)
Persistence of Memory and Prion Mechanisms: A Perspective
Stanley Prusiner (Univ. of California, San Francisco)
Prions causing Alzheimer's and Parkinson's—Quest for Effective Therapeutics

10:30am – 12:00pm (Room 102AB)
Anatomy Education Platform 1
Chairs:  Heather Billings & Anna Edmondson

10:30am – 12:00pm (Room 104AB)
Neurobiology Mini-Meeting
Genetic Factors in Abnormal Brain Development
David Katz (Case Western Reserve University)
Therapeutic Strategies for Restoring Neural Circuit Function in Rett Syndrome
Alcino Silva (UCLA)
Mechanisms and Adult Treatments for Cognitive Deficits Associated with Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Christopher Walsh (Harvard Medical School)
Genetic Factors Regulating Human Cerebral Cortex Development

10:30am – 12:00pm (Room 104C)
Best Practices for Using Social Media as it Reshapes Academia and the Classroom
Chair:  Jason Mussell (Louisiana State Univ. Health Sciences Center)
Jeremy Lipschultz (Univ. of Nebraska Omaha)
The Evolution of “Fair Use”
Kevin Dougherty (Baylor Univ.)
Expanding the Classroom with Social Media
Kirsten Brown (George Washington Univ.)
Creating and Controlling Your Academic Brand
Alison Doubleday (Univ. of Illinois at Chicago)
Current Trends in How Students use Technology and How Faculty can Support those in the Classroom (and out)
    
10:30am – 12:00pm (Room 105)
Craniofacial Tissues: Development, Repair and Regeneration
Joint AAA/Society for Craniofacial Genetics and Developmental Biology Session
Chairs:  Xiaohua Liu (Texas A&M Univ. Baylor College of Dentistry) & Venu Varanasi (Texas A&M Univ. Baylor College of Dentistry)
Thomas Webster (Northeastern Univ.)
Using Nanotechnology and Picotechnology to Increase Tissue Growth and Reduce Bacterial Infections
Jeffrey Bush (Univ. of California, San Francisco)
Convergence and extrusion driven by non-muscle myosin II are required for normal fusion of the mammalian secondary palate
Matthew Harris (Harvard Medical School)
A Genetic Model to Understand Integration during Skull Development and Etiology of Craniofacial Disorders  
 
12:00pm – 1:00pm (Room 101)
Career Networking Lunch

2:30pm – 4:30pm (Room 102AB)
Didactic Methods in the Anatomical Sciences: How Does Technology Help or Hinder? (Hybrid)
Chair:  Michael Hortsch (Univ. of Michigan)
Akram Abood Jaffar (University of Sharjah)
Facebook in Anatomy Education: Why and How?
Bruce Wainman (McMaster University)
The Effect of Image Quality and Image Presentation on the Recall of Anatomic Knowledge
Michael Hortsch (Univ. of Michigan)
“How We Learn May Not Always Be Good For Us” - Analytics of Students’ Study Strategies, Educational Resource Choices, and Learning Success in a Medical Histology Course

2:30pm – 4:30pm (Room 104AB)
Neurobiology Mini-Meeting
Symposium - Spinal Cord Injury and Repair Strategies

Chair: Brian Allman (University of Western Ontario)
Jacqueline Bresnahan (University of California, San Francisco)
Degeneration and Repair after Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) in the Non-human Primate (NHP)
Michael Beattie (University of California, San Francisco)
Degeneration, Repair, and Plasticity after SCI: A Central Role for Cytokines
Arthur Brown (Western University)
Sox9 Knock-down in Mice Improves Locomotor Recovery after Spinal Cord Injury by Reducing CSPG Levels and Facilitating Reactive Sprouting
Samuel David (McGill University)
Mechanisms underlying macrophage polarization in spinal cord injury - detrimental and beneficial influences on recovery

2:30pm – 4:30pm (Room 104C)
Evolution, Development and Relationships between Heart and Head Muscles:  Surprising Implications for Vertebrate Origins and Medicine
Chair:  Rui Diogo (Howard Univ.)
Rui Diogo (Howard Univ.)
Why study muscles: bringing together anatomy, evolution, development, genetics, birth defects and medicine
Eldad Tzahor (Weizmann Institute of Science)
Cardiac and craniofacial development and regeneration
Robert Kelly (Aix-Marseilles University)
Connecting heart and head muscle development in a DiGeorge syndrome mouse model
Lionel Christiaen (New York University)
Regulation of cardiopharyngeal fate specification in a simple chordate
    
2:30pm – 4:30pm (Room 105)
Understanding the Zygoma:  A Key Morphofunctional Partition in the Craniofacial Skeleton
Chair:  Qian Wang (Texas A&M University Baylor College of Dentistry)
Paul Dechow (Texas A&M University Baylor College of Dentistry)
A biomedical synthesis of the zygoma: bone elastic properties, morphology and function, and reconstructive medicine
Matthew Ravosa (University of Notre Dame)
Zygomatic Arch Development in Mammals: Phenotypic Plasticity and Osteoblast Behavior
Joan Richtsmeier (Pennsylvania State University)
Developmental and evolutionary significance of the zygomatic bone
Callum Ross (University of Chicago)
Biomechanical studies of the zygoma: A review of in vivo and FEM studies of the lateral orbital wall and zygomatic arch

5:30pm – 6:30pm (Room 102AB)
Educational Research Platform Awards Session

5:30pm – 6:30pm (Room 104AB)
Neurobiology Mini-Meeting
Neurobiology Hybrid Symposia

C.J. Herrick Award Lecture in Neuroanatomy featuring 2015 Young Investigator Award Recipient, Feng Zhang

5:30pm – 6:30pm (Room 104C)
Cardiovascular Development and Disease
Chair:  L. Bruno Ruest (Texas A&M Univ. Baylor College of Dentistry)
Simon Conway (Riley Hospital for Children at Indiana University Health)
BMP signaling and Congenital Heart Defects
Laura Dyer (Middle Georgia State College)
BMPER-mediated BMP signaling promotes cardiac development
Christine Seidman (Harvard Medical School)
Genetic Pathways in Congenital Heart Development

5:30pm – 6:30pm (Room 105)
Morphological Sciences Hybrid Symposia
Morphological Sciences Award Lecture featuring 2015 Young Investigator Award Recipient, Richard Daneman

6:30pm - 7:30pm
Student Poster Reception


Tuesday, March 31


8:00am – 10:00am (Room 102AB)
Let's Get EDucated! How Anatomists Can Help with Accreditation Requirements
Chair:  Ann Poznanski (California Northstate Univ. College of Medicine)
Barbara Barzansky (American Medical Association)
Your Role in Meeting LCME Accreditation Standards
Virginia Lyons (Your Role in Meeting LCME Accreditation Standards)
Competencies 101: The knowledge, skills, behaviors and attitudes of a top notch anatomy educator
Kimberly Topp (University of California, San Francisco)
Wide and Deep Preparation for any Residency? Really?
Ann Poznanski (California Northstate University College of Medicine)
Curriculum Content Review: A Guided Collaborative Process in Continuous Quality I    mprovement

8:00am – 10:00am (Room 104AB)
The Evolutionary Tapestry of Vertebrate Morphology and Function
Co-sponsored by the International Society of Vertebrate Morphologists
Co-sponsored by The Anatomical Record
Chair:  Lawrence Witmer (Ohio Univ.)
Colleen Farmer (University of Utah)
Evolution of the vertebrate lung
Roland Frey (Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research)
Convergent evolution towards a mobile larynx in some mammals
Dominique Adriaens (University of Ghent)
Evolution and biomimetics of the seahorse tail
Stephanie Pierce (Harvard University)
Early tetrapod functional morphology/locomotion/evolution
Olga Panagiotopoulou (University of Queensland)
Comparative locomotor mechanics of mammalian feet

8:00am – 10:00am (Room 104C)
Anatomy and Genetics: How Phenomics Informs our Understanding of Genomes (Hybrid)
Co-sponsored by AAA’s Advisory Committee for Young Anatomists
Chair:  Benjamin  Auerbach (The Univ. of Tennessee)
David Houle (Florida State University)
From Genotype to Phenotype in the Drosophila Wing
Joan Richtsmeier (Pennsylvania State University)
Developmental context and the genotype-phenotype map

10:30am – 12:00pm (Room 102AB)
Anatomy Education Platform 2
Chairs:  Virginia Lyons & Timothy Wilson

10:30am – 12:00pm (Room 104AB)
Evolution and Comparative Anatomy Platform
Chair:  Tamara Franz-Odendaal

10:30am – 12:00pm (Room 104C)
Stem Cells, Tissue Engineering & Regeneration
Chair:  Martine Dunnwald

10:30am – 12:00pm (Room 105)
Bones, Cartilage & Teeth Platform
Chair:  Ralph Marcucio

12:00pm – 1:00pm (Room 101)
Career Networking Lunch

2:30pm – 4:30pm (Room 102AB)
Keep Calm and Carry On Educating
Co-sponsored by the Anatomical Society
Chair:  Claire Smith (Univ. of Sussex)
Peter Bazira (Hull York Medical School)
Discourse perspectives on learning anatomy by whole-body dissection
Gabrielle Finn (Hull York Medical School)
 Students’ personality and learning anatomy
Victor Nyamse (Glasgow Caledonian University)
The Anatomy Schema Network
Claire Smith (Univ. of Sussex)
Spatial ability and learning anatomy

2:30pm – 4:00pm (Room 104AB)
The Development and Control of Vertebrate Morphology
Co-sponsored by the International Society of Vertebrate Morphologists
Co-sponsored by The Anatomical Record

Chair:  Dominique Adriaens (University of Ghent)
Karen Sears (University of Illinois)
The developmental evolution of mammalian limbs
L. Patricia Hernandez (George Washington University)
Ostariophysan trophic evolution
Rebecca German (Northeast Ohio Medical University)
Sensorimotor integration in anatomy and function during feeding in infant mammals

2:30pm – 4:30pm (Room 104C)
Breaking the Barrier: The Gastrointestinal Tract in Health and in Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Chairs:  Abdo Jurjus (American Univ. of Beirut) & Inaya Hajj Hussein (Oakland Univ. William Beaumont School of Medicine)
Abdo R. Jurjus (American University of Beirut)
Inflammation in Colorectal Cancer Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and Diabetes Mellitus: The Link
Francesco Cappello (Univ. of Palermo)
Role of chaperones in healthy bowel and IBD
Inaya Hajj Hussein (Oakland University)
Integrating Histology, Gross Anatomy and Histopathology in a Case Based Approach to Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Jean Marie Reimund (Strasbourg University)
New Insight in Inflammatory Bowel Disease Pathophysiology: Current and Future Therapeutic Applications

2:30pm – 4:30pm (Room 105)
Making Connections: Comparative Biomechanics and Evolution of Joints
Chair:  Casey Holliday (Univ. of Missouri)
Elizabeth Brainerd (Brown Univ.)
Costo-vertebral joints in amniotes: to what extent does joint shape determine rib motion during breathing?
Casey Holliday (Univ. of Missouri)
PMJs and TMJs: convergence in the craniomandibular joints of crocodilians and mammals
Robert Kambic (Harvard University)
Skeletal kinematics reveal the complex interactions of degrees of freedom at joints
Henry Tsai (University of Missouri)
Solutions for gigantism: evolutionary and biomechanical implications of dinosaur hip joint soft tissues

5:00pm – 5:30pm (Room 104AB)
Henry Gray Scientific Award Symposia
David Burr (Indiana University School of Medicine)
How Anatomical "Artifacts" are Leading to Novel Treatments for Osteoporosis

5:30pm – 6:00pm (Room 104AB)
Henry Gray Distinguished Educator Award Symposia
Arthur Dalley (Vanderbilt University School of Medicine)
Through a Camera Lucida, Darkly: The State and Future of Anatomical Education

6:00pm – 6:30pm (Room 104AB)
Ladman Award Symposia
Kathryn Jones (Indiana University School of Medicine)
Service and Mentoring: The Joy in Academics

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Evening Closing Awards Ceremony Reception (Westin Ballroom)

8:00 pm (doors open up at 8pm)
Evening Closing Awards Ceremony Dinner (Westin Ballroom)

Poster Sessions Topics by Day

Sunday, March 29
Anatomy
Anatomy: Animal Models
Anatomy: Gastrointestinal
Anatomy: Musculoskeletal
Anatomy Education: Microanatomy
Anatomy Education: Ethical Issues in Body Donation Programs and Plastination
Anatomy Education: Dissection vs. Prosection
Anatomy Education: Teaching Strategies and Methods
Anatomy Education: Software used in Education
Anatomy Education:  Student Centered Learning
Cardiovascular Biology: Anatomy & Morphology
Cardiovascular Biology: Dysfunction; Disease; Genetic Disorders
Cardiovascular Biology: Angiogenesis; Lymphangiogenesis; Vasculogenesis
Cardiovascular Biology: Sex & Gender Related Differences
Cardiovascular Biology: Stem Cells, Cell & Molecular Biology
Cardiovascular Biology: Heart Development & Growth
Cell Biology

Monday, March 30
Anatomy Education:  Factors Affecting Student Performance
Anatomy Education:  Assessment
Anatomy Education:  Integrating Clinical Information
Anatomy Education: Imaging Modalities in Anatomy
Anatomy Education:  Educational Outreach Programs
Anatomy Education:  Educating Future Anatomists
Anatomy Education:  Meta-analysis Literature Review
Bones, Cartilage & Teeth: Anatomy & Morphology
Bones, Cartilage & Teeth: Craniofacial
Bones, Cartilage & Teeth: Exercise, Biomechanics; Bioengineering
Bones, Cartilage & Teeth: Molecular Mechanisms
Bones, Cartilage & Teeth: Development
Bones, Cartilage & Teeth: Evolution & Anthropology
Bones, Cartilage & Teeth
Anatomy: Neural
Neurobiology
Neurobiology: Behavior; Neuropsychiatric Disorders; Disease; Aging
Neurobiology: Brain
Neurobiology: Neuronal & Spinal Cord Degeneration, Repair & Regeneration
Neurobiology: Neuroprotection & Neuroimmunology

Tuesday, March 31
Anatomy: Form & Variation
Anatomy: Functional Anatomy & Biomechanics
Biological Anthropology
Evolution and Comparative Anatomy
Imaging: Technology & Methods
Imaging: Anatomy
Development & Growth: Birth Defects
Development & Growth: Limbs
Development & Growth: Craniofacial
Development & Growth: Neural Crest & Placodes
Development & Growth: Gene & Protein Expression
Development & Growth: Organogenesis
Regenerative Medicine, Stem Cells, Wound Healing & Bioengineering

 

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