dept. of physiology

Online Seminar - Signal propagation in myelinated axons: relating structure to function using mathematical modeling and simulations

4Dec202011:00
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The profound functional significance of myelin is revealed by the severe neurological deficits that are consequent upon multiple inherited or acquired demyelinating conditions./physiologyCategory:...

Online Seminar: Regulation and dysregulation of activity set-point in hippocampal circuits

11Dec202011:00
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Maintaining average activity level within a set-point range constitutes a fundamental property of central neural circuits./physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology Physiology Friday Seminar Series

Online Seminar: Convergent Evolution of a Social Symbiosis

6Nov202011:00
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How social and symbiotic behaviors evolve in the Metazoa is poorly understood at the cellular and molecular levels./physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology Physiology Friday Seminar Series

Mandl Lab publishes study in Nature Immunology

Published: 13Oct2020

The Department of Physiology would like to congratulate the Mandl Lab on their recent publication in Nature Immunology entitled "Migration-induced cell shattering due to DOCK8 deficiency causes a...

Online Seminar - Resist or die: host-pathogen interactions in C. elegans

27Nov202011:00
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Over the last 2 decades, the nematode C. elegans has become an important model for the study of host-pathogen interactions. It deploys a wide range of strategies to defend itself against infection....

Online Seminar: From gene expression to function – a pipeline for manipulating and characterizing human iPSC-cardiomyocytes

9Oct202011:00
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Animal models, especially transgenic rodent models, have enhanced our understanding of cardiovascular function at the molecular level./physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology...

Online Seminar: Unconventional neurovascular coupling modality in the hypothalamus in response to a systemic homeostatic challenge

23Oct202011:00
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The supraoptic (SON) and paraventricular (PVN) nuclei of the hypothalamus play critical roles in the regulation of bodily homeostasis, including the generation of coordinated neurosecretory and...

Live Your Strengths @ McGill Physiology

3Oct202011:00
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McGill Physiology is excited to offer our students a unique opportunity to unlock their strengths and interact with their physiology colleagues./physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology

Online Seminar - Modelling the Dynamics of Cellular Motility, from Adhesion Dynamics to Cellular Migration

25Sep202011:00
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Cellular migration is a complex phenomenon that involves the integration of many intracellular processes, allowing for an autonomous response to motility cues found in the cellular environment....

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