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Neurobiology & Behavior Student Thesis Defenses

Upcoming PhD student thesis defenses in Neurobiology & Behavior: 11/24 - Rachel Kolster (Javitch lab), 12/1 - Marcu Russo (Siegelbaum/Axel labs), 12/1 - Jalal Baruni (Salzman lab)

Kavli Institute NeuroLunch

Neurolunch: Tuesday, 11/24, Qian Sun from the Siegelbaum Lab, "Dendritic and synaptic mechanisms underlying cortico-hippocampal information processing."

Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar

Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar: Thursday 11/12, noon, Howard Eichenbaum (Boston University), "The hippocampus in space and time."

2015 Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize Lectures

S. Lawrence Zipursky (UCLA, HHMI) will present the 2015 Louisa Gross Horwitz Prize Lectures on Thursday November 12th: "A fly's eye view of neural circuit development" at 10am in Davis Auditorium; "Molecular diversity, cell recognition, and the assembly of neural circuits" at 3:30pm in Alumni Auditorium.

Special Pharmacology Seminar

Special Pharmacology Seminar, Friday 11/6: Christoph Kellendonk (Columbia University): Modeling Cognitive And Negative Symptoms of Schizophrenia in Mice

Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar

Seminar in Neurobiology & Behavior: Thursday, 11/5, 12 noon: Larry Zweifel (U Wash), "Genetic Regulation of Dopamine Neuron Physiology and Function."

Special Seminar

Special seminar, Wednesday 11/4, 1pm: Bernd Fakler (U Freiburg), "AMPA Receptors: Significance of the Proteome for their Dynamics and Function."  

Neurobiology & Behavior Student Thesis Defenses

Upcoming Neurobiology & Behavior thesis defenses: Felicity Gore (Axel/Salzman laboratories), 11/11, 1pm, "Neural circuits mediating innate and learned behaviors;" and Noam Rudnick (Maniatis lab), 11/13, 10am, "Role of autophagy in a mouse model of ALS."

Kavli Institute NeuroLunch

Neurolunch, Friday 11/6, 12 noon: Ayako Yamaguchi, University of Utah, "Temporal coding of frog vocalizations."  

Stavros Niarchos Foundation

Stavros Niarchos Foundation Brain Insight Lecture Series: Richard Axel, M.D., 11/4/15, "Scents and Sensibility: Representations of the Olfactory World in the Brain.".