This could be interesting...
An NIHR Newcastle BRC CAV Seminar hosted by Professor Avan Sayer
Great Gable, First Floor, Biomedical Research Building, CAV
The mutation doesn't change with age, so why does the phenotype? Investigating why people with periodic paralysis, a genetic skeletal muscle ion channel disorder, get fewer paralytic attacks but start to develop permanent weakness around the age of 40.
Dr Karen Suetterlin, University College London
Thursday 7th September 2017 @ 3pm
Dr Karen Suetterlin has an MRC Clinical Research Training Fellowship with Professor Michael Hanna and is based at the MRC Centre for Neuromuscular Diseases at UCL in London. Her research interests are skeletal muscle ion channels and the neurobiology of ageing.
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