News & Events
Live webcasts on 10/1 sponsored by The Kavli Foundation: 9:30am - Bipartisan briefing on the BRAIN Initiative. 2:00pm - Symposium "Neuroscience in the 21st Century" to discuss how the field is evolving and being shaped by the BRAIN Initiative
Save the date: 2015 Louisa Gross Howitz Prize Lectures, Thursday 11/12: S. Lawrence Zipursky
Weekly seminar in Neurobiology & Behavior: Thursday 10/1, 12 noon: Nate Sawtell, Columbia University: Neural Mechanisms for Predicting the Sensory Consequences of Behavior
2015 NTC Kavli Futures Symposium: September 26th, 8am - 7:30pm, live webcasting available
Weekly seminar in Neurobiology & Behavior: Thursday, 9/24/15, 12:00pm, Ben Barres (Stanford): "What do reactive astrocytes do?"
Special Seminar: Tuesday 9/22, 12 noon: James Haxby, "A common model of representational spaces in human cortex"
The New York Chapter of Society for Neuroscience is hosting a science advocacy panel, "Science Funding: What can we do about it?," September 24, 2015, 6:30 pm at Rockefeller University, in the Carson Family Auditorium
Dept. of Neuroscience Special Seminar: Josh Dudman (Janelia Research Campus, HHMI), "The vigorous pursuit of reward," Wednesday 9/16, 12:30pm, Neurological Institute Auditorium
Weekly seminar in Neurobiology & Behavior: Thursday, 9/17/15, 12 noon, John Reynolds (Salk Institute): "Neural mechanisms of attention"
Neurobiology Special Seminar, Thursday 8/6, 10:45am: Christian Hansel, 'Deficits in synaptic pruning and LTD deregulation in autism.'