Evaluating the Physiological Roles of ERa Functional Domains

Evaluating the Physiological Roles of ERa Functional Domains

Kenneth Korach, Ph.D.
NIEHS
Wed, 4/6/2016 - 4:00pm

221 Integrated Sciences Building

Dr. Korach has been a leader in the development of genetically modified mouse models to understand the complex biology of estrogen receptor signaling and its effects on diverse tissues. His lab has also been influential in defining the activities of a host of environmental agents that can impact on estrogen signaling resulting in infertility and toxicity.
Dr. Korach leads the Receptor Biology Group within the Laboratory of Reproductive and Developmental Toxicology. He received his Ph.D. in endocrinology from the Medical College of Georgia. He has edited four books and published 280 peer-reviewed articles in leading biomedical journals as well as several book chapters. He served as a Ford Research Fellow at Harvard Medical School before joining NIEHS in 1976.

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Refreshments at 3:45pm