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Cure GABA-A | The Role of GABA During Development

April 15 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

His research delves into rare genetic epilepsies associated with specific gene mutations, utilizing advanced techniques such as brain slice

Family Presentation with Dr. Kirill Zavalin

Cure GABA-A | The Role of GABA During Development

Join us for an informative meet and greet session with Dr. Kirill Zavalin, a dedicated postdoctoral fellow at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Dr. Zavalin specializes in genetic epilepsy and brain development, with a particular focus on GABAergic neurotransmission. His research delves into rare genetic epilepsies associated with specific gene mutations, utilizing advanced techniques such as brain slice electrophysiology and molecular biology.

Dr. Zavalin’s expertise and passion lie in unraveling the complexities of epilepsy, aiming to contribute to the advancement of biomedical neuroscience research. With a wealth of experience in academic writing, presentations, teaching, and collaboration, Dr. Zavalin is well-equipped to make significant strides in epilepsy studies and improve patient outcomes.

Join Cure GABA-A and Dr. Kirill Zavalin on April 15th, 2024 11:00am PT for an engaging and insightful session. For more details, contact us on our socials or email: info@curegabaa.org

If you are unable to attend in person, rest assured – the session will be recorded and made available on the Cure GABA-A YouTube channel for your convenience.

Join us in our shared mission to enhance the lives of patients with GABA-A Variants and contribute to a brighter future.

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