Department of Neurobiology
 

Departmental Seminar Series
2012-2013

Tuesdays, 12:00 noon, Room 1495 BSTWR
(unless otherwise noted)

Date Speaker Research Interests Talk Title
12/04/12 Aryn Gittis
CMU
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neural circuits in the basal ganglia The Role of Striatal Microcircuits in Basal Ganglia Disorders
03/05/13 Susan Dymecki
CMU
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development and function of brainstem neural systems Towards decoding the brain serotonergic system: intersectional genetics and functional probing
04/04/13
Thursday
11:00AM
Yan Dong
University of Pittsburgh
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understand the neural mechanisms underlying emotional and motivational responses Synaptic reorganization by cocaine: A rejuvenation hypothesis
04/11/13
Thursday
6014 BST3
2:00PM
Marc H. Schieber
University of Rochester
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how the brain controls movements of the body Rapid flexibility of the motor cortex in novel situations
04/16/13 Stephen Smith
Stanford
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developing and applying new imaging methods to explore brain microcircuit connectivity and molecular architecture Brain Maps to Mechanisms: Neural Circuit Molecular Architecture
05/20/13
Monday
S120 BSTWR
2:00PM
Mac Hooks
HHMI
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circuit mapping of long range and local circuitry in the cortex and thalamus of the rodent vibrissal system Optical mapping of local and long range synaptic circuits in the mouse sensorimotor system
06/25/13
4:00PM
Takashi Kozai
University of Pittsburgh
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developing intelligent bio-design that stem from understanding molecular structure, bio-templating, and bio-mimicry Towards Seamless Integration of Brain and Machine Directed by Neurobiology Road Map

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