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Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar

Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar, Thursday 5/26/16, 12 noon: Mark Freeman (UMass), "Astrocyte Control of Neural Circuits and Behavior."

Kavli Institute NeuroLunch

Kavli NTC Neurolunch, Tuesday 5/17, 12 noon: Ho Sung Rhee (Wichterle Lab), "Stage-specific recruitment of Isl1 reveals dynamic enhancer landscape in postmitotic motor neurons."

Timothy Machado and Chaogu Zheng are the winners of the 2015 Kavli Institute Award for Distinguished Research in Neuroscience

The winners of the 2015 Kavli Institute Award for Distinguished Research in Neuroscience are Timothy Machado and Chaogu Zheng.  

Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar

Neurobiology & Behavior seminar, Thursday 5/12, 12 noon: Jochen Roeper (Goethe University), “Dissecting Dopamine Diversity in Health and Disease."  

Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar

Neurobiology and Behavior special seminar, Tuesday 5/10/16, 12 noon: Dion Khodagholy (NYU), "Large-scale neural interface devices."

Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar

Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar, Thursday 5/5/16: Christopher Harvey (Harvard), "Variability in Parietal Cortex Activity Dynamics during Navigation-Based Decision Tasks."

Neurobiology & Behavior Student Thesis Defense

Neurobiology & Behavior student thesis defense, Friday 5/6/16, 1pm: TR Reardon (Laboratories of Tom Jessell and Attila Losonczy), “Improved mono-synaptic tracing tools for mapping, monitoring, and manipulation of neural circuits.”  

Kavli Institute NeuroLunch

Kavli NTC Neurolunch Seminar, Tuesday 5/3/16, 12 noon, Rim Hassouna, PhD (Zeltzer Lab), "Role of the AVPR1A tone in a model of susceptibility to Anorexia Nervosa."

Neuroscience Seminar at NYU

Seminar at NYU School of Medicine: David Anderson (Cal Tech/HHMI) presents the Annual Eric J. Simon Lecture in Basic and Translational Neuroscience. Title: Genetic dissection of social behavior circuits in flies and mice. Thursday 4/28/16, 11am

Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar

Neurobiology & Behavior seminar, Thursday, 4/21/16, presented by Diana Bautista, PhD, Department of Molecular & Cell Biology, UC Berkeley, entitled “Itchy & Scratchy: Molecular mechanisms of acute and chronic itch."  

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