Yale School of Medicine professor to speak as part of Greenblatt Seminar Series

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The Augusta University Department of Physiology’s 27th Dr. Robert Greenblatt Lectureship welcomes Dr. Martin Schwartz of the Yale School of Medicine.

Schwartz will be speaking on “Fluid Shear Stress Mechanotransduction in Vascular Health Disease” at 9 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 14, via WebEx.

Schwartz is a professor of medicine (cardiology), biomedical engineering and cell biology at Yale.

He was on the faculty of Harvard Medical School, Scripps Research Institute and the University of Virginia prior to moving to Yale in 2011.

His current research program combines studies using biophysical, cellular and animal approaches to important questions about integrin signaling, mechanotransduction and disease in the vascular system.

Join the lecture here. Meeting password: seminar (7364627 from phones and video systems). Join by phone at 415-655-0002.

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