News & Events
Neurolunch: Tuesday, 12/8, 12 noon: Logan Grosenick (Paninski Lab), "New methods and models for interrogating cell assembly, projection, and whole brain functional data during motivated behavior."
Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar, Thursday 2/10, 12 noon: Bence Ölveczky (Harvard), "Neural Circuits Underlying Motor Skill Learning and Execution."
Upcoming NB&B student thesis defenses: Fernanda Delmondes (Kellendonk lab) on 12/11, Joseph Stujenske (Gordon/Siegelbaum labs) on 12/14.
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)
Neurolunch: Tuesday, 11/24, Qian Sun from the Siegelbaum Lab, "Dendritic and synaptic mechanisms underlying cortico-hippocampal information processing."
Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar: Thursday 11/12, noon, Howard Eichenbaum (Boston University), "The hippocampus in space and time."
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 seminar, Wednesday 11/4, 1pm: Bernd Fakler (U Freiburg), "AMPA Receptors: Significance of the Proteome for their Dynamics and Function."
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."
Neurolunch, Friday 11/6, 12 noon: Ayako Yamaguchi, University of Utah, "Temporal coding of frog vocalizations."