The Li lab studies molecular pathways that control neural stem cell fate, differentiation, and circuit assembly. We focus on the development of the cerebellum. We employ mouse genetics, embryonic stem cell differentiation, 3D-imaging, single-cell analysis to unveil mechanisms of brain development in health and disease.
- Training and Professional Development
DIY Captioning and Creating Accessible Digital Con
DIY Captioning and Creating Accessible Digital Content Wednesday, July 6, 10:00-11:00 Online Presenter: Margaret Ascenzo, CETL-EdTechIn this session, we... [Read More]
Time Management, Short and Long Term
Time Management, Short and Long Term Wed., July 6, 6:45-7:45 Online Presenter: Wayne Trembly, CETL- Faculty DevelopmentWe will discuss: • The plan... [Read More]
VoiceThread: Asynchronous Presentation...
VoiceThread: Asynchronous Presentation and Engagement Tool Online Presenter: Jordan Vinikoor, CETL-EdTechVoiceThread is a powerful HuskyCT integrated tool... [Read More]
Webex for Teaching and Learning
Webex for Teaching and Learning Online Presenter: Jordan Vinikoor, CETL-EdTechThis workshop will increase your knowledge about and comfort level using... [Read More]
- Appointments, Retirements, and Searches
MCB Job Search: Assistant Profesor In Residence
Assistant Professor In ResidenceSearch #: 496546 Work type: Full-time Location: Hartford Campus Categories: Faculty Non Tenure TrackINTRODUCTIONThe... [Read More]
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University of Connecticut Health Center
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