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Science advocacy panel

The New York Chapter of Society for Neuroscience is hosting a science advocacy panel, "Science Funding: What can we do about it?," September 24, 2015, 6:30 pm at Rockefeller University, in the Carson Family Auditorium

Special Seminar

Dept. of Neuroscience Special Seminar: Josh Dudman (Janelia Research Campus, HHMI), "The vigorous pursuit of reward," Wednesday 9/16, 12:30pm, Neurological Institute Auditorium

Neurobiology & Behavior Special Seminar

Neurobiology Special Seminar, Thursday 8/6, 10:45am: Christian Hansel, 'Deficits in synaptic pruning and LTD deregulation in autism.'

Kavli Institute NeuroLunch

Kavli Institute Neurolunch Seminar, Tuesday 7/28/15, 12:00pm: Prof. Tian-Le Xu, from Shanghai Jiao Tong University, presents "Targeting acid-sensing ion channels for the treatment of neurological diseases"

Long-term memories are maintained by prion-like proteins

In four papers published in Neuron and Cell Reports, the Kandel lab shows how functional prion-like proteins are critical for long-term memory maintenance

Neurobiology & Behavior Student Thesis Defenses

Three Neurobiology & Behavior students will defend their thesis in July: Tim Machado (Jessell/Paninski Labs, 7/13), Karina Scalise (Sawtell Lab, 7/23), and Patrick Kaifosh (Abbott/Losoncyz Labs, 7/31)

Columbia Translational Neuroscience Initiative Seminar

Columbia Translational Neuroscience Initiative talk 6/18: Edmund Au, "Diversity and Dysfunction of Cortical Interneurons."

Special Seminar

Seminar sponsored by The Mortimer B. Zuckerman Mind Brain Behavior Institute, 6/10/15, 10 am: Kai Wang, “Imaging molecules and cells at high spatiotemporal resolution throughout whole living organisms.”  

Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar

Weekly seminar in Neurobiology & Behavior: Thursday, 6/11/15, 12:00pm, Beth Stevens (Harvard): "Immune mechanisms of synapse loss in health & disease"  

Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar

Weekly seminar in Neurobiology & Behavior: Thursday, 6/4/15, 12:00pm, Lily Jan (UCSF): "Some unexpected channel functions in health and disease"  

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