News & Events
NB&B Thesis Defense 5/31/17: Yul Kang (Shadlen Lab), "Inferring the Decision Rule from the Choice and Speed."
NB&B Seminar, Thursday, 6/1/17: Connie Cepko (Harvard Medical School), "Patterning and cell fate determination in the vertebrate retina."
NB&B Thesis Defense 5/25/17: Sarah Ebstein (Shneider Lab), "Gain of Function Mechanisms of Neurodegeneration in ALS."
Sze Yen ‘John’ Kerk and Alana Mendelsohn are the winners of the 2016 Kavli Institute Award for Distinguished Research in Neuroscience
The winners of the 2016 Kavli Institute Award for Distinguished Research in Neuroscience are Sze Yen ‘John’ Kerk and Alana Mendelsohn.
NB&B Seminar 5/18/17: Ilana Witten (Princeton University), "Dissecting Striatal Circuitry for Reward Seeking Behavior."
Graduate thesis defenses, 5/16/17: Jeffrey Zaremba (Losonczy & Gogos Labs), "Hippocampal spatial coding during reward learning in Df(16) A mouse model of Schizophrenia;" Amy Norovich (Jessell Lab), "Proprioceptor subtype identity specified by limb-derived signals."
NB&B Seminar, Thursday 5/11/7: Mark Schnitzer (Stanford University), "Neural ensemble dynamics underlying long-term learning and memory."
NB&B Thesis Defense 5/8/17: Gamaleldin Elsayed (Cunningham Lab), "Identification and Validation of Structures in Neural Population Responses."
NB&B Seminar, Thursday 4/27/17, Kari Hoffman (York University), "Multiple Roles of Primate Hippocampus in Visuospatial Learning."
NB&B seminar 4/20/17, 12:00 p.m., Florian Engert (Harvard University), "From circuits to behavior-sensorimotor transformations in larval zebrafish."