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Neuroscience Graduate Program



Colloquia & Seminars


Neuroscience Seminars
Spring Quarter 2018

NRSC 287

Date & Time
Location
Speaker/Title
Host

April 3rd

Tuesday, 4:00pm

Genomics Auditorium

Simon Sprecher, Dept. of Biology, University of Fribourg
“Experiencing the World with Small Brains: Sensory Coding Principles in Drosophila Larvae"

 

Anupama Dahanukar

April 24th

Tuesday, 4:00pm

Genomics Auditorium

Vijayalakshmi Santhakumar, Dept. Molecular, Cell & Systems Biology, UCR
"Converging Early Responses to Brain Insults Pave the Road to Epilepsy"

 

Mike Adams

May 1st

Tuesday, 4:00pm

Genomics Auditorium

Don Arnold, Department of Biology, USC

"Rearrangement of Synapses Following Fear Conditioning"
 Sika Zheng

May 8th

Tuesday, 4:00pm

Genomics Auditorium

Takako Makita, Keck School of Medicine, USC

"Wiring Organ Systems: Molecular Establishment of the Peripheral Nervous System"

 

Martin Riccomagno

May 15th

Tuesday, 4:00pm

Genomics Auditorium

Woodrow Shew,  Dept. of Physics, University of Arkansas
"Strong Neuron-to-Body Coupling Implies Weak Neuron-to-Neuron Coupling in Motor Cortex”

Hongdian Yang

May 22nd

Tuesday, 4:00pm

Genomics Auditorium

Dennis Mathew, Dept. of Biology, University of Nevada, Reno
"Functional Diversity Among Olfactory Receptor Neurons” 

 

Anand Ray

May 29th

Tuesday, 4:00pm

Genomics Auditorium Dan Sanes,  Dept. of Biology, Center for Neural Science, New York University
"Synaptic Inhibition and the Maturation of Perceptual Skills”"
Khaleel Razak

June 5th

Tuesday, 4:00pm

Genomics Auditorium

Lu Sun, Dept. of Neurobiology, Stanford University,
"How is Myelination Controlled in Space and Time?"

 

Martin Riccomagno

 

See also http://psych.ucr.edu/psych_talks/showtalks.php for the Cognitive Neuroscience seminar schedule sponsored by the Department of Psychology.

  

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Margarita Roman, Graduate Student Services Advisor
Ph.D. Program in Neuroscience
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E-mail: neuro@mail.ucr.edu

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