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Thursday, Dec. 5
Dr. Thomas Poulos
"Structural Insights into Protein Redox Complexes"
University of California, Irvine
Hosted by Dr. Richard Silverman
View the Molecular Biophysics Training Program Preceptors.
Structural coupling of the EF hand and C-terminal GTPase domains in the mitochondrial protein Miro
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NIH Training Grant
NIGMS supports biomedical and behavioral research training programs that help provide the most critical element of good research: well-prepared scientists. Institutional and individual training, fellowship, and career development grants fund graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, clinician scientists, and scientists transitioning to independence. Programs cover basic biomedical research areas, some clinically related areas, and training at the interfaces of different fields. Learn more at the NIGMS site