News & Events
Kavli NTC Neurolunch Seminar: Tuesday 3/29, 12 noon, Katherine Nautiyal (Hen Lab), "Distinct circuits underlie the effects of serotonin on aggressive and impulsive behavior."
Brian DePasquale, NB&B PhD candidate in laboratory of Larry Abbott, will present his thesis talk on Friday, April 1, at 2 PM, in the Hellman Auditorium. The title of his presentation is “Methods for Building Network Models of Neural Circuits."
Alana Mendelsohn, an MD/PhD candidate in Tom Jessell’s lab, will present her thesis talk on Thursday, March 24, at 1:30 PM, in the Neurological Institute Auditorium. The title of her presentation is “Specifying Neurons and Circuits for Limb Motor Control."
Kavli/NTC Neurolunch: Tuesday 3/15/16, 12 noon: David Doobin, MD/PhD Student, Vallee Lab, Talk: "Severe NDE1-Mediated Microcephaly Results from Neural Progenitor Cell Cycle Arrest at Multiple Specific Stages"
Neurobiology and Behavior Seminar, Thursday 3/17/16, 12 noon: Stephen Lisberger (Duke University), “What happens in your cerebellum while you learn a motor skill"
Neurobiology & Behavior student thesis defenses: Tuesday 3/8, Josh Merel (Paninski Lab); Wednesday 3/9, Wujie Zhang (Miller Lab)
Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar, Thursday 3/3/16: Kristin Scott (UC Berkeley), “Taste Processing in Drosophila.”
Neurobiology & Behavior seminar: Thursday, 2/25/16, Thomas Mrsic Flogel (University of Basel), "Synaptic Organization of Circuits in Mouse Visual Cortes.”
Neurobiology & Behavior Seminar, Thursday 2/18/16, 12 noon: Nelson Spruston (HHMI Janelia Research Campus), “Neuronal Diversity and Complexity in the Hippocampus.”
Neurobiology & Behavior weekly seminar, Thursday 2/11/16, 12 noon: Alla Karpova (HHMI Janelia), "Decision-making under uncertainty: Probing the neural basis of mental models"