The Control of Breathing and Airway Defense (CoBAD) Seminar Series featured Drs. Teresa Lever, Associate Professor at the University of Missouri, & Callum Ross, Professor at the University of Chicago, on Friday, July 21 at 3:00pm ET. Dr. Lever’s research focuses on understanding the pathophysiology of dysphagia in neurodegenerative diseases across multiple species including humans, dogs, horses and rodents. Dr. Ross’s research focuses on the function and evolution of vertebrate feeding systems, how they work in living animals and how they evolved over time. Their seminar is entitled: Animal Models of Swallowing: What Species Diversity Teaches Us.
NOTE: This session was recorded and is available on our CoBAD YouTube playlist.