Megan Williams has published a paper in the journal eLife titled, "The intellectual disability gene Kirrel3 regulates target-specific mossy fiber synapse development in the hippocampus".
Megan Williams was interviewed by The Scope Radio station of the University of Utah's Health Sciences. They discussed how an autism gene changes the developing brain.
Utah Stories interviews Kerry Peterson about the body donor program and how this helps medical students learn.
Little is known about how odors can trigger very different neurological responses and behaviors. Listen to this podcast on The Scope with Matt Wachowiak, USTAR professor of neurobiology and anatomy...
"Memorial honors those who donate bodies to medical science." (KSL News)
Anne Martin, a PhD student in the Williams Lab, was recently named a Weatherstone Predoctoral Fellow by Autism Speaks. She was one of only 3 recipients this year!
Congratulations to Dr. Rick Ash, who is a 2015 recipient of the prestigious Calvin S. and JeNeal N. Hatch Prize in Teaching Award, which recognizes an outstanding teacher at the...
Congratulations to the following for successful doctoral candidate dissertation defenses!
Congratulations to Dr. Richard Dorsky, who is the 2015 recipient for the University of Utah Distinguished Mentor award.
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