News & Events
Congratuatlions to Edvard and May-Britt Moser, from the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, who together with John O'Keefe have been awarded the Nobel Prize for 2014 in Physiology or Medicine, for their discoveries of cells that constitute a positioning system in the brain!
Weekly seminar in Neurobiology & Behavior: October 2, 12 noon, Dora Angelaki (Baylor College of Medicine): "Neuron correlations, causality and behavior: Where lies the truth in systems neuroscience?"
Joseph Schumacher, from the laboratory of Sarah Woolley, will defend his thesis, entitled, "Effects of Developmental Vocal Learning on Neural Coding in the Songbird Auditory Cortex," on Thursday, October 2nd, at 3pm, in 800 Fairchild.
Kavli Institute Neurolunch Seminar, Tuesday 9/30, 11:45am: Jae-eun Miller, from the Yuste Lab presents "Visual stimuli recruit instrinsically generated cortical ensembles"
Special Seminar: Wei Min, KIBS Investigator from the Department of Chemistry, "Seeing Molecular Vibrations: Chemical Imaging for Biomedicine," Wednesday 9/17, 1pm, Kolb 3rd Floor Conference Room
Kavli Prize Week commences September 8-11: The Kavli Prizes will be presented September 9th, with special forums and lectures in the days before and after.
Nikos Logothetis will present the first annual Rodolfo Llinás Lecture at NYU Langone on September 8th, on NET-fMRI of large-scale brain networks.
Ana Calabrese, from the lab of KIBS Investigator Sarah Woolley, will defend her doctoral thesis on Thursday, September 4th, 1pm in Fairchild Room 700.
KIBS Investigator Rene Hen joined Mazen Kheirbek to write a feature for Scientific American on the role new neurons play in distinguishing memories.
Congrats to KIBS Co-Director Tom Jessell, winner of the 2014 Neuroscience Prize from the Gruber Foundation