The University of Maine Institute of Medicine has announced its seminar series for the fall 2021 semester, with events scheduled from noon–1 p.m. on Fridays in September and October. The second seminar in the series is titled, “Limb vs Tail – Two modes of tissue regeneration in axolotl,” presented by Prayag Murawala, Ph.D., Assistant Professor at MDI Biological Laboratory.
Dr. Murawala studied across India – Bharuch, Anand, Vadodara, Mumbai, Bangalore – before settling for his graduate studies in the lab of Dr. Jomon Joseph at the NCCS in Pune (2005-2010). He then moved to Europe in Dr. Elly Tanaka’s lab at the MPI-CBG Research institute in Dresden, Germany. Along with Elly, he moved from the MPI-CBG to CRTD, Dresden to the IMP, Vienna (2011-2020). After exploring Europe, he has moved to the east coast of the USA to start his lab at the MDIBL, Salisbury Cove in 2020. Dr. Murawala currently holds a joint assistant professor position at the MDIBL, USA, and at the Clinic for Kidney and Hypertension Diseases, Hannover medical school, Germany.
UMaine Institute of Medicine events are free but registration is required. Please use this link to register for the Zoom event.