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Presented By: Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology

MCDB Seminar > Building brains in our sleep: evidence from fruit flies

Matthew Kayser, University of Pennsylvania

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Sleep abnormalities are pervasive across nearly all psychiatric disorders, and disrupted sleep early in life has been linked to mental illness in adulthood. Work in the Kayser Lab stands to connect this fundamental behavior—sleep—to both pathogenesis and novel treatment of neuropsychiatric disease.

Host: Sara Aton

Virtual seminar: Zoom Link/password in weekly announcements or email mcdb.seminar.info@umich.edu
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