Apoptotic and Necrotic Cells as Sentinels of Environmental Change and Local Tissue Stress

Speaker

Jerry Levine, M.D.

Date

September 24, 2010, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Location

Medical Center (Billings), Room S-534
University of Chicago

Description

NEPH-CO Apoptotic and Necrotic Cells as Sentinels of Environmental Change and Local Tissue Stress

Submitting Unit
Nephrology, Section of, Department of Medicine Type of Event
Conference
Date of Event
Friday, September 24 2010 Start Time
12:00 PM End Time
01:00 PM Building
Medical Center (= Billings) Room
S-534

Name of Series, Lectureship, Ceremony
Research Conference

Title of talk or presentation
Apoptotic and Necrotic Cells as Sentinels of Environmental Change and Local Tissue Stress

Speaker’s Name and Degrees
Jerry Levine, M.D.

Speaker’s Institutional Affiliation
Associate Professor of Medicine, UIC

CME Credit
Yes

Contact Name
Julie Rozewski

Contact Email
julier@uchicago.edu

Contact Phone
2-3630

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