TNP Seminar Series
Developmental Circadian Rhythm Disruption Affects Reward-related Behaviors in Mice
Astrocyte Molecular Clock Function in the Nucleus Accumbens is Important for Reward-related Behavior

September 16, 2020

TRANSLATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE PROGRAM SEMINAR SERIES
Sponsored by the Translational Neuroscience Program and Department of Psychiatry

Lauren DePoy, PhD
Postdoctoral Associate

Developmental Circadian Rhythm Disruption Affects Reward-related Behaviors in Mice

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Darius Becker-Krail, BS
Graduate Student Researcher

Astrocyte Molecular Clock Function in the Nucleus Accumbens is Important for Reward-related Behavior

September 18, 2020
9:00-10:00 AM
This presentation will be on Zoom.
Please use this link to join: https://pitt.zoom.us/j/94530563836

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