News & Events
NB&B Seminars - 6/7/18: Cagla Erogul (Duke University), "How do astrocytes sculpt synaptic circuits?" 6/14/18: Myriam Heiman (MIT), "Cell type-specific profiling and genetic screening in mouse models of Huntington's Disease."
The 2018 Kavli Prizes were announced on May 31, 2018. Leare more about the laureates.
Thesis Defense: Ying Ma (Sponsor - Elizabeth Hillman), 5/31/18, "Analysis of resting-state neurovascular coupling and locomotion-associated neural dynamics using wide-field optical mapping."
NB&B student thesis defense 6/1/18: Blair Jenkins (Lumpkin Lab), "Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Mammalian Touch Receptor Patterning."
NB&B Seminars: 5/24/18, 12pm: Sandeep Datta (Harvard), "Extracting Meaning from the Olfactory World;" 5/31/18: Tali Kimchi (Weizmann Inst), "Neurobiology of ethologically-relevant social behavior."
Jessica Jimenez is the winner of the 2017 Kavli Institute Award for Distinguished Research in Neuroscience
The winner of the 2017 Kavli Institute Award for Distinguished Research in Neuroscience is Jessica Jimenez.
We are now accepting nominations for Kavli Institute-sponsored graduate student travel awards to this year’s SfN meeting. Nominations are due Friday, June 15, 2018.
NB&B Thesis Defense 6/1/18: Blair Jenkins (Lumpkin Lab), "Cellular and molecular mechanisms of mammalian touch receptor patterning."
May 22nd: The 2018 NTC Symposium on Dendritic Computation will be held at Columbia
NB&B Student thesis defense 5/14/18: Katie Shakman (Axel Lab), "Cross compartmental modulation and plasticity in the Drosophila mushroom body."