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Baylor College of Medicine

Nathalie Sumien , PhD

UNT Health Science Center
Research/Expertise

Identification of potential mechanisms underlying the aging process, and targets for therapeutics for motor and cognitive dysfunctions.


Texas A&M Health Science Center

Nathalie Sumien , PhD

UNT Health Science Center
Research/Expertise

Identification of potential mechanisms underlying the aging process, and targets for therapeutics for motor and cognitive dysfunctions.


Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center

Nathalie Sumien , PhD

UNT Health Science Center
Research/Expertise

Identification of potential mechanisms underlying the aging process, and targets for therapeutics for motor and cognitive dysfunctions.

The University of North Texas Health Science Center

Nathalie Sumien , PhD

UNT Health Science Center
Research/Expertise

Identification of potential mechanisms underlying the aging process, and targets for therapeutics for motor and cognitive dysfunctions.


The University of Texas at Austin

Nathalie Sumien , PhD

UNT Health Science Center
Research/Expertise

Identification of potential mechanisms underlying the aging process, and targets for therapeutics for motor and cognitive dysfunctions.

The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio

Nathalie Sumien , PhD

UNT Health Science Center
Research/Expertise

Identification of potential mechanisms underlying the aging process, and targets for therapeutics for motor and cognitive dysfunctions.

The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center

Nathalie Sumien , PhD

UNT Health Science Center
Research/Expertise

Identification of potential mechanisms underlying the aging process, and targets for therapeutics for motor and cognitive dysfunctions.