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Date Location Presenter(s) Affiliation Title
Jan 06
3:00 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Anthony A. Grace, Ph.D. Distinguished Professor of Neuroscience, Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology, Department of Neuroscience, University of Pittsburgh Dopamine System Dysregulation by the Hippocampus and the Pathophysiology of Schizophrenia
Apr 13
4:00 PM
MC 1-9576 Gary Paige, M.D., Ph.D. Chair, Department of Neurobiology & Anatomy, University of Rochester Senses and Sense-Abilities Underlying Plasticity in Spatial Behavior
May 03
4:00 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Herbert M. Geller, Ph.D. Developmental Neurobiology Section, National Heart Lung and Blood Institute, NIH, Bethesda, NH The Sour Side of Sugars: Overcoming Chondroitin Sulfate Proteoglycans to Promote Axonal Regeneration in the CNS
Sep 10
4:00 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Patricia White, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Neurobiology & Anatomy, University of Rochester Communicating Science I
Sep 17
4:00 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Patricia White, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Neurobiology & Anatomy, University of Rochester Communicating Science II
Sep 24
4:00 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Brandon Bader PhD Candidate The Role of Barhl2 in the developing olfactory system
Sep 24
4:30 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Grayson Sipe PhD Candidate The Role of P2Y12 in Process Stability During Quiescent Microglial Motility
Oct 01
4:00 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Christina Cloninger PhD Candidate Auditory Motion and Smooth Pursuit Eye Movements
Oct 01
4:30 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Kelli Fagan PhD Candidate Using sex differences in C. elegans to understand modulation of behavior
Oct 08
4:00 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Julianne Feola PhD Candidate The role of astrocytic transglutaminase 2 in mediating ischemic stroke damage
Oct 08
4:30 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Rebecca Lowery PhD Candidate The role of fractalkine in visual system plasticity
Oct 22
4:00 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) John O’Donnell PhD Candidate Developing an awake-mouse model of neuroglial interactions
Oct 22
4:30 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Fatima Rivera-Escalera PhD Candidate The contribution of bone marrow derived-mononuclear phagocytes in IL-1β mediated amyloid beta clearance
Oct 29
4:00 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Dr. Michael Mustari Washington National Primate Research Center
Nov 05
4:00 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Adrianne Chesser PhD Candidate The Role of Autophagy in Degrading Pathological Forms of Tau
Nov 05
4:30 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Anasuya Das PhD Candidate Properties of visual relearning in cortically blind fields
Nov 12
4:00 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Kim Fernandes PhD Candidate The JNK pathway is a critical regulator of retinal ganglion cell death following axonal injury
Nov 12
4:30 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Susanne Pritchard PhD Candidate Tau facilitates mitochondrial dysfunction caused by amyloid beta and kainic acid
Nov 12
6:15 PM
Meliora 366 Liz Romanski, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department of Neurobiology & Anatomy Cognitive Science Dinner Talk
Nov 20
4:00 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Daniel Marker PhD Candidate Microglial phagocytosis of neurons in a model of HIV Associated Neurocognitive Disorders
Nov 20
4:30 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Danielle DeCampo PhD Candidate Amygdala inputs to the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis in primates: a tract-tracing study
Nov 26
4:00 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Michele Saul PhD Candidate Changes in cell proliferation in the normal rat amygdala between adolescence and young adulthood
Nov 26
4:30 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Helen Wei PhD Candidate Astrocyte regulation of cerebral blood flow
Dec 03
4:00 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Shiona Biswas PhD Candidate The role of Lmo3 in the development of parvalbumin expressing neurons in the basal telencephalon
Dec 03
4:30 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Imran Punekar PhD Candidate Impulsivity in Parkinson's Disease
Dec 10
4:00 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Adam Pallus PhD Candidate Head Movement Control in Visual Tracking
Dec 10
4:30 PM
MC 3-6408 (K-307) Wei Sun PhD Candidate Glutamate-dependent neuroglial calcium signaling differs between young and adult brain

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