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January 17, 2019
 
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Thursday, January 17, 2019
11:00 am Mapping Metabolism with Subcellular Precision ; Hongying Shen, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow, Department of Molecular Biology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harva; Building 50; 1334; Contact Info: 301-402-9259; ms761k@nih.gov
11:30 am Fast Analog to Digital Compression for High Resolution Imaging; Yonina Eldar, PhD, Professor of Electrical Engineering, Technion, Quest Visiting Professor, MIT; Visiting Scientist at the Broad Institu; Building 50; 1227/1233; Contact Info: 301-496-1904; rgermain@niaid.nih.gov
3:30 pm Neurobiology Interest Group Seminar Series: "Versatile roles of Piezo2 in Touch and Pain"; Marcin Szczot, PhD, NCCIH; 35; 610; Contact Info: richa.madanlomash@nih.gov
4:00 pm Structural Insights to the Mechanism of the AAA+ ATPase Vps4; Christopher P. Hill, Ph.D., Biochemistry Department Co-Chair, University of Utah School of Medicine; 35; 640; Contact Info: 301-451-9223; karen.kendrick@nih.gov

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Thursday, January 17, 2019
Videocast Event 10:00 am NIH Library Training - Principles of Effective Data Visualization (class & webinar) ; Staff NIH Library ; Building 10 (Clinical Center); NIH Library Training Room ; Contact Info: 301-496-1080; nihlibrary@nih.gov

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