Joan & Gordon Bergy Lecture/Vadim Arshavsky, Duke
March 14, 2014, Magnuson Health Sciences Building, T639
Vadim Arshavsky is Professor and Scientific Director of Duke Ophthalmology Research. Currently, he is pursuing four experimental directions—molecular mechanisms responsible for the high temporal resolution of vision, the biological role and cellular mechanisms of light-driven translocations of signaling proteins in the photoreceptor, patterns of intracellular targeting of membrane proteins to functional domains of the photoreceptor, and proteomics.
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