Rheal Towner, Ph.D., director of the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, will discuss novel methodologies and therapeutic approaches in the preclinical assessment of neuropathological processes during a seminar at noon tomorrow in Room D-207.
His research is centered on developing new ways to diagnose and predict the outcome of human diseases using noninvasive imaging and spectroscopic methods. Towner is director of the OMRF Advanced Magnetic Resonance Center and associate professor of pathology at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center.
The event is hosted by the OSU-CHS Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology. The seminar is free and open to the public.