|Dr. Michael Granovetter (University of Pittsburgh - Pittsburgh, PA)|
|Dr. John Kuchtey (Vanderbilt Eye Institute - Nashville, TN)|
Dr. Michael Granovetter, a student in the University of Pittsburgh medical scientist training program explains how well children, who have undergone operations to remove one-half of their brains, are still able to recognize words and faces.
Dr. John Kuchtey, an associate professor of ophthalmology at Nashville's Vanderbilt Eye Institute, explains how a gene, Adamts10 plays an important role in retinal ganglion cell development mediated by TGF-beta signaling and whether glaucoma develops or not.
11/21/2022 Podcast (Click Image Below)