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You are invited to attend two seminars given by our faculty candidate on Friday this week.

Dr. Shama Iyer
Research Associate, Orthopaedics
School of Medicine, University of Maryland

Research Seminar
Date:  Friday, February 12
Time:  12:00-1:00 pm with Q&A session following

Title:   Altered nucleus-cytoskeleton coupling in dystrophic muscle
(see details on attached flyer)

Join Zoom Meeting
https://gmu.zoom.us/j/98805494005?pwd=M1A2R1BaSEdqa2hhOUltTE5YeWxtdz09
Meeting ID: 988 0549 4005
Passcode: 454698


Teaching Seminar
Date:  Friday, February 12
Time:  3:00-4:00 pm
Title:   Skeletal Muscle Architecture
Skeletal muscle performs diverse functions in the human body such as producing movement, maintaining posture, and protecting internal organs. The goal of this lecture is to understand skeletal muscle architecture and how it impacts skeletal muscle function. Learning objectives are to have an understanding of: 1) basic architectural definitions in skeletal muscle, 2) factors in skeletal muscle architecture influencing skeletal muscle force generation, and 3) factors in skeletal muscle architecture influencing impairment in skeletal muscle function with aging and disease.

Join Zoom meeting:

https://gmu.zoom.us/j/91781313910?pwd=ano0cUdRMElyY0RwaTZ5a3I3TXp3dz09

Meeting ID: 917 8131 3910
Passcode: 100843

We appreciate your attendance.

Best,
Carol

Carol McHugh
Academic Program Assistant
Department of Bioengineering
3100 Peterson Family Health Services Hall
703-993-5846