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2013 Douglas Ormonde Butler Memorial Lectures in Genetics - Brisbane

By Prof Nussbaum, Chief of Medical Genetics at UCSF Medical Center

Address: TRI , Univerity of Queensland  (technical lecture) , St lucia Campus (public Lecture), 37 Kent St, Woolloongabba|Brisbane|QLD|4102|AU

Description: On Tueday Sept  17th Tuesday we will be hosting a special lecture at TRI (Brisbane) from Prof Nussbaum :

He is Chief of Medical Genetics at UCSF Medical Center and co-director of the Program in Cardiovascular Genetics at the UCSF Heart and Vascular Center. He specialises in the care of adults with hereditary disorders and is author of a classic genetic textbook, Thompson & Thompson Genetics in Medicine.

Prior to joining UCSF, Dr Nussbaum was chief of the Genetic Disease Research Branch of the National Human Genome Research Institute, at the National Institutes of Health and was co-discoverer of the first genetic cause of Parkinson's disease. His lab conducts both genetics and functional translational research into Parkinson's disease, Lowe Syndrome and vascular disorders.

The TRI on Tuesday talk is

"A Molecular Geneticist's View of Parkinson Disease"


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