News & Events
February Neurobiology & Behavior seminars: 2/2 - Vanessa Ruta (Rockefeller), 2/16 - Ivan Soltesz (Stanford), 2/23 - Eve Marder (Braindeis)
Friday March 3, 2017: Columbia Symposium on Social Evolution and Genome Complexity, with talks from leading scientists exploring the relationship between social behavior and genome evolution (followed by reception and poster session).
Sense 2 Synapse Conference (talks on the biology of sensory transduction, subsequent neural processing and perception), Saturday 4/8/17, The Rockefeller University.
Kavli NTC Seminar, Thursday 1/12/17, 2pm: Hajime Hirase (RIKEN), "Involvement of astrocytes in transcranial direct current stimulation."
Neurobiology & Behavior upcoming weekly seminars: David Lovinger (NIH) 1/12/17, Thilo Womelsdorf (York University) 1/19/17
December NB&B graduate student thesis defenses: Phuong Hoang, Austen Sitko, David Doobin, Rebecca Williamson, Abigail Clark, Scott Bolkan
NB&B Thesis Defense 12/5/16: Sze Yen (John) Kerk, Hobert lab, "Diversification of C. elegans Motor Neuron Identity via Selective Effector Gene Repression."
NB&B Thesis Defense: Nathan Danielson (Losonczy lab), 11/29/16, "Functional Diversity Within Hippocampal Principal Cell Subpopulations"
Abraham Spector Prize Lecture: David Anderson (Cal Tech), "Neural Circuitry of Emotional Behaviors in Flies and Mice," December 1, 2016
Columbia University hosts a Symposium: Promoting Credibility, Reproducibility, and Integrity in Research. December 9th, Alfred Lerner Hall