Department of Neurobiology
 

Departmental Seminar Series
2014-2015

Mondays, 12:00pm, Room 1495 BSTWR
(unless otherwise noted; building codes and campus map)

Date Speaker Research Interests Talk Title
11/03/14
BST3 4075
Jeffrey Moore
UCSD
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orofacial rhythms and sensations Hierarchy of orofacial rhythms suggests breathing as a master clock
01/26/15
12:30pm
Amanda Haidet-Phillips
Johns Hopkins
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In vivo analysis of ALS stem-cell derived astrocytes after focal transplantation to the rodent spinal cord. Stem Cells for In Vivo Disease Modeling of ALS
02/02/15 Christopher Donnelly
Johns Hopkins
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Identifying the molecular mechanisms of C9ORF72 ALS\FTD toxity employing patient-derived iPS neuronal cultures. Dysfunction at the Nuclear Pore and Nucleocytoplasmic Trafficking Defects in C9ORF72 ALS
02/03/15
Tuesday
Udai Pandey
UPMC
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ALS research Cellular and Molecular Genetic Approaches to Define Mechanisms of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
02/09/15 Fadia Ibrahim
U Penn
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ALS research RNA-Binding Proteins in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
03/02/15
1:00pm
Sandra Maday
U Penn
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ALS research Spatiotemporal Dynamics and Regulation of Autophagy in Neurons
03/04/15
Wednesday
BST3 6013
Andreas Pfenning
MIT
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understand the principles that govern complex vertebrate behaviors and neurological disorders from a genetic and evolutionary perspective The genetic mechanisms underlying learned behavior and neurodegeneration
03/16/15 Jeehye Park
Baylor
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ALS research A Novel Approach to Identify Therapeutic Targets for Neurodegenerative Diseases
03/31/15
6014 BST3
Tuesday
1:00PM
Michel Desmurget
INSERM
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Neurosciences cognitives Mapping the sensorimotor brain in humans
04/02/15
6014 BST3
Thursday
1:00PM
Sarah Clinton
UAB
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The interplay of genes, stress, development and risk for mental illness Epigenetics, Neurodevelopment, and Risk for Anxiety and Depression in Model Rats
04/07/15
UCLUB
Ballroom A
4:00PM
Jeffrey Macklis
Harvard
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cortical development, projection neuron diversity, circuit wiring, and regeneration Generating and regenerating the cerebral cortex: from neuron subtype development and diversity to circuit implementation at the growth cone
04/10/15
Friday
4:00PM
Amy Bastian
Johns Hopkins
Kennedy Krieger
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Stroke; Cerebellar motor disorders; Motor learning defects; Damage to the central nervous system; Childhood motor development Learning and Relearning Movement
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