These webinars address gaps in graduate education and research training, as well as emerging topics in the anatomical sciences. The expert content is created by members and/or experts in the subject field. The original AAA Webinar Series was funded through an Innovations Program Grant; this highly-rated member benefit continues to be funded annually by the Board.
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Wednesday, September 13, 12:00-1:00pm Eastern
Inspiring Scientific Curiosity and Discovery Series
September 13, 12:00pm-1:00pm EDT
Grasping at primate touch: Integrating genetics, anatomy, histology, and ecology
Speaker: Dr. Carrie Veilleux, Midwestern University
This presentation will cover Dr. Veilleux’s recent research on the relationships between genetic, histological, morphometric, and behavioral metrics of precision touch.
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