The Adams lab gathers once a week for an hour and a half, during which we dissect primary research articles in a journal club format, students present their recent experimental data to the group, and/or protocols for research techniques are discussed.
Fall 2021 Lab Meetings – Tuesdays, 4:00pm-5:00pm
|9/14/21||Ken||Welcome to New Lab Members; Introduction to Cellular and Molecular Pathologies of Alzheimer’s Disease|
|10/5/21||Ashlyn||Project Proposal – Tau LLPS & aB-crystallin|
|10/19/21||Michaela||Overview of apolipoprotein E & its association with Alzheimer’s Disease (for new lab members)|
|10/26/21||Michaela||Liu et al. (2021) APOE3-Jacksonville (V236E) variant reduces self-aggregation and risk of dementia. Science Translational Medicine. 13: eabc9375.|
|11/2/21||Jannah||Hallinan et al. (2019) Tau Misfolding Efficiently Propagates between Individual Intact Hippocampal Neurons. Journal of Neuroscience. 39: 9623-9632.|
|11/9/21||Morgan||Cooper et al. (2021) LRP1 and SORL1 regulate tau internalization and degradation and enhance tau seeding. bioRxiv.|