Originally published September 2008.
Don’t forget to come to Frontiers in Neuroscience, every Friday. Frontiers is our program’s weekly seminar series that happens every Friday at 12 noon. (Refreshments served at 11:45). Our speakers include faculty at Emory, and professors from other institutions selected and hosted by a second year graduate student.
|Sept. 12||James Lah, MD, PhD||Why do we do what we do: The promise of translational neuroscience|
|Sept. 19||Shella Keilhoz, PhD||Magnetic resonance imaging of functional networks in the rodent brain|
|Sept. 26||Dieter Jaeger, PhD||Insights from electrophysiological recordings and computer modeling into the enigmatic function of the deep cerebellar nuclei|
|Oct. 3||Stephen Warren, PhD||Fragile X Syndrome: Mechanistic insights & therapeutic implications|
|Oct. 10||Vallabh Das, PhD||Neural correlates for abnormal eye alignment and eye movements in monkeys with strabismus|
|Oct. 17||Subhabrata Sanyal, PhD||The curious fly: Cellular mechanisms of neuronal plasticity in Drosophila|
|Oct. 24||Ed Rubel, PhD||Experience and auditory brainstem development: Signals, cellular events and critical periods|
|Oct. 31||Larry Young, PhD||Molecular neurobiology of social bonding|
|Nov. 7||Randy Sakai, PhD||Endocrine and metabolic changes associated with chronic social stress|
|Nov. 14||SFN Mtg/No Frontiers|
|Nov. 21||Clint Kilts, PhD||A Human Neuroscience of Relapse and its Prevention in Cocaine Addiction|
|Nov. 28||Thanksgiving Holiday|
|Dec. 5||Ella Bossy-Wetzel, PhD||Mitochondrial fission and fusion imbalance in Neurodegeneration|