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WVU Office of Research and Graduate Education presents an "Evening of Science" focused on visual sciences

The WVU Office of Research and Graduate Education is presenting an "Evening of Science" on Wednesday, September 15 that will include presentations focused on visual sciences.

The event will include presentations by three faculty members and will be held virtually via Zoom from 4 - 5 p.m.

Saravanan Kolandaivelu, Ph.D., will give a presentation titled "Nuclear NAD+ — biosynthetic enzyme NMNAT1 facilitates survival of developing retinal neurons," Sadie Bergeron, Ph.D., will give a presentation titled "Connecting zebrafish visual neural circuits to developmental mechanisms and behavior," and Joel Palko, M.D., will give a presentation titled "Seeing is believing: Optic nerve head blood flow."

Those interested in attending the virtual event are being asked to RSVP.