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Visiting Professor lecture series continues with Dr. E. Dale Abel
Dr. E. Dale Abel of the University of Utah School of Medicine will present two talks on the U-M campus on March 15, hosted by the Taubman Institute's Visiting Professor program and other U-M medical school departments.
Dr. Abel will speak about "Insulin Signaling and Cardiovascular Disease" at noon at the U-M Health System's Ford Auditorium as part of a grand rounds series.
At 2 p.m. he will presents "Molecular Insights into Diabetic Cardiomyopathy" in Room 5050 of the U-M Brehm Tower at 1000 Wall Street in Ann Arbor. This lecture is presented by the Endocrinology Research Seminar.
Dr. Abel, a professor of medicine, biochemistry and human genetics, also is the chief of the division of endocrinology, metabolism and diabetes at the University of Utah School of Medicine; the H.A. and Edna Benning Presidential Endowed Chair in Diabetes and Endocrinology and a senior investigator in the university's Program in Molecular Medicine.
The events are open to the public; no registration is required. CME credit is offered.
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