Frontiers in Neuroscience Spring 2009

Originally published February 2009.

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. Unless otherwise noted all seminars are held in Whitehead Auditorium.

February 6
Gregory S. Berns, M.D, Ph.D., Emory University
Neuroeconomics: Past, Present, Future

February 13
Rebecca Rosen & Zoe Donaldson, Predoctoral Fellows, Emory University
Why Don’t Monkeys get Alzheimer’s Disease? And Developing Novel Genetic Tools for Investigating the Genetic Basis of Social Behavior

February 20
Ping Chen, Ph.D., Emory University
Line up to Listen: Planar Cell Polarity Regulation in the Mammalian Auditory Sensory Organ

February 27
Kim Maguschak & John Rolston, Predoctoral Fellows, Emory University
Strengthening the Bonds of Memory, and Distributed Microstimulation and Epilepsy

March 6
Regina Sullivan, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma
Neurobiology of Infant Attachment and Development of Fear

March 13
Karen S. Wilcox, Ph.D., University of Utah
Expanding Horizons in the Anticonvulsant Drug Development Program

March 20
James K. Rowlett, Ph.D., Harvard Medical School
Valium Revisited: Therapeutic Potential of GABA A Receptor Modulators

March 27
Paul Vezina, Ph.D., Emory University
Dopamine-glutamate Interactions and Amphetamine Sensitization

April 3
Randy Hall, Ph.D., Emory University
Orphan G Protein-coupled Receptors Associated with Inherited Neurological Disorders
Held in School of Medicine Auditorium #130

April 10
Mar Sanchez, Ph.D., Emory University
The Role of Maternal Care on Primate Development

April 17
Mahlong DeLong Symposium
Basal Ganglia: Function, Movement Disorders and Treatment Options

Held in School of Medicine Auditorium #110

April 24
Michael Moskowitz, M.D., Harvard University
Migraines, Mice, Mechanisms & More!


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