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Neurobiology & Behavior Student Thesis Defense

NB&B student thesis defense: Joseph Tsai (Losonczy Lab), 2/5/18: "SRGAP2 in the adult barrel cortex."

Upcoming Neurobiology & Behavior Seminars

NB&B Seminars: 2/1/18 - Serena Dudek (NIEHS), "Deciphering the physiology and function of hippocampal area CA2;" Michele Basso (UCLA), "Cognition and movement in Parkinson's disease."

Neurobiology & Behavior Student Thesis Defense

NB&B Student Thesis Defense: Etan Aber (Yamamoto Lab), 1/18/18, "Myelin is remodeled cell-autonomously by oligodendroglial macroautophagy."

Upcoming Neurobiology & Behavior Seminars

Upcoming NB&B seminars: 1/11/18, Steve Ramierz (Boston University); 1/18/18, Mehrdad Jazayeri (MIT)

Upcoming Neurobiology & Behavior Seminars

Upcoming NB&B Seminars: 12/7/17 - Greg DeAngelis, "Neural mechanisms for perceiving object motion during self-motion" 12/14/17 - Kwanghung Chung, "Towards holistic imaging and phenotyping of intact biological systems."

Neurobiology & Behavior Student Thesis Defense

NB&B Student Thesis Defenses, 12/15/17: Mary Youssef, "Developmental manipulation of the hippocampal dentate gyrus to investigate the effects of early life stress on adult dentate function;" Samuel Clark, "Characterization of striatal direct and indirect path neurons during motor learning and anxiety."

Neurology Grand Rounds

Neurology Grand Rounds, 12/8/17: Scott Small, "Regional vulnerability as a key to Alzheimer's disease"

Seminars in Society and Neuroscience

Monday, 12/4/17, Seminar in Society and Neuroscience: Stanislas Dehaene, "Educating the brain: how the acquisition of reading and mathematics affects human brain circuits."

Upcoming Neurobiology & Behavior Seminars

NB&B Seminars: 11/30/17, 12pm: Guopeng Feng (MIT), "Thalamic reticular nucleus dysfunction in neurodevelopmental disorders." 12/7/17, 12pm: Greg DeAngelis (U Rochester), "Neural mechanisms for perceiving object motion during self-motion."

Neurobiology & Behavior Student Thesis Defense

NB&B Student Thesis Defense: 11/20/17, Grace Lindsay (Miller Lab), "Modeling the impact of Internal State on Sensory Processing."

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