Upcoming Neuroscience Seminars
Seminars are on Thursdays at 4:30 p.m. in Merrill 4
refreshments served at 4:15 in the McGuire 3rd floor lobby.
Neuroscience seminars are open to the public and all are welcome. Seminars include presentations by visiting neuroscientists and the senior Comprehensive presentations on recent research in Neuroscience. During the first half of the Spring semester, we meet almost every week for the Senior Comps presentations.
- Neuroscience Seniors must attend all Thursday Neuroscience Seminars and Comprehensive Presentations.
- Occasionally, Monday Biology Seminars with relevence to Neuroscience are listed (seminars are Mondays at 3:30 PM in Merrill 4).
Thursday, April 3, 2014An Asymmetric Population of Neurons is Responsible for Gaze Stabilization in ZebrafishDavid Schoppik, Ph.D.Assistant ProfessorNYU Neuroscience InstituteHost: Trapani
Monday, February 3, 2014Ribbon Synapses in Sensory Hair Cells: How to Make Them (and How We Break Them)Lavinia Sheets, Ph.D. Research FellowEaton-Peabody Laboratory, Harvard Medical SchoolHost: Trapani
Thursday, November 21, 2013New mechanisms for dopaminergic control of prefrontal learningKevin J. Bender, Ph.D.Assistant Professor of NeurologyErnest Gallo Clinic & Research Center Center for Integrative NeuroscienceUniversity of California, San Franciscohttp://keck.ucsf.edu/neurograd/faculty/bender.htmlHost: Trapani
Monday, November 11, 2013Control Your Excitement: Inhibition of Escape Behavior in ZebrafishBryan Monesson-Olson, Ph.D.
University of Massachusetts-AmherstHost: Trapani
Seminars from past years are listed in the submenu.