CSUN Biology faculty and students are in San Diego, California, for the 2018 American Society of Cell Biology Meeting.
Assistant Professor of Biology Crystal Rogers is giving a microsymposium talk on a project started at CSUN by alumnus Alberto Camacho (class of ‘17) and continued by current grad student Subrajaa Manohar. Manohar will also present a poster on the project. The talk and poster are titled “Cadherin-11 is required for the specification and survival of neural crest cells”. Earlier the same morning, Rogers will join Professor of Biology Jonathan Kelber in a panel discussion on “How to thrive as a new faculty member”, which Kelber organized for the meeting.
The panel discussion will take place at 9:00 am today in the Learning Center, Theater 3; Rogers’s talk will be at 11:10 am in Room 30B.
Image: San Diego skyline at night (Flickr: John Sisti Photography)