News & Events
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).
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
Neurobiology & Behavior thesis defense 10/18/16, 10am: Charlotte Barkan (Kelley lab), "Evolution of Vocal Patterns: Retuning Hindbrain Circuits during Species Divergence."
Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar: Thursday 10/6/16, 12 noon: Xiaowei Zhuang (Harvard), "Illuminating Biology at the Nanoscale with Single-Molecule and Super-Resolution Imaging."