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Ep. 262: “Glia in the Gut” Featuring Dr. Marissa Scavuzzo

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Dr. Marissa Scavuzzo is an HHMI Hanna H. Gray Fellow at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. Her research focuses on enteric glia regulation in the healthy and diseased gut. She talks about how glial cell subtypes affect intestinal motility and her experience receiving NYSCF and HHMI fellowships. She also talks about bringing science to underserved schools in Cleveland.

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Image Courtesy of Dr. Marissa Scavuzzo. Photographer: Jesse Zhan

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