Cephalic Control of Insulin Release in Mice
Dr. John Glendinning is a Professor in the Department of Biology, Neuroscience and Behavior in the Barnard College at Columbia University. Dr. Glendinning joined the Barnard faculty in 1996. His research seeks to understand the physiological underpinnings one of life's great pleasures: eating. His current research is exploring how the sense of taste mediates behavioral and metabolic responses to sweeteners, complex carbohydrates and alcohol. He is also studying how pre- and post-natal experience with foods can make them taste better (or worse). He investigates these questions in rodents, using a combination of behavioral, electrophysiological, and molecular approaches.
Dr. John Glendinning will present a seminar entitled, "Cephalic Control of Insulin Release in Mice," on Wednesday, October 13th at 11:30am.
*If you are interested in attending this Seminar, please email Staff Support, Amber Tweebeeke, to receive the Zoom link and password.
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