He will conclude with a discussion of efforts to develop treatments for ALS, notably the targeting of established risk factors and the use of unanticipated factors discovered through machine learning -- an area of focus for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.
Reimer is an associate professor in the department of neurology and neurological sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine and a staff neurologist for the Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Health Care System.
Tickets for the livestream presentation are $10 each, with proceeds benefiting ALS Research through the Livermore Lab Foundation and the ALS CURE Project. To attend, call the Bankhead Theater at 373-600, email [email protected], or go to livermorearts.org.
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