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BRaIN Seminar: Multiplexing within presynaptic network modules underlies flexible feature encoding in visual cortex

10Oct201812:00
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Speaker: Dr. Stuart Trenholm, Montreal Neurological Institute, McGill University Title: Multiplexing within presynaptic network modules underlies flexible feature encoding in visual cortex

2018 Dorothy J. Killam Lecture: Genes, neurons, and circuits: organizing behavior across timescales

4Apr201916:00
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The 2019 Dorothy J. Killam Lecture will be delivered by Cornelia I. Bargmann, Torsten N. Wiesel Professor and Associate Director of the Shelby White and Leon Levy Center for Mind, Brain and...

BRaIN Seminar: Dissociating functional and structural synaptic plasticity

12Sep201812:00
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Speaker: Dr. Aurore Thomazeau, Picower Institute, MIT, and INMED, INSERM UMR1249, Marseille, France Title:Dissociating functional and structural synaptic plasticity

BRaIN Seminar: Celullar and molecular mechanisms of neuron-glia interactions at neuronal cell bodies

14Nov201812:00

Speaker: Dr. Jaeda Coutinho-Budd, Department of Biology, University of Vermont Title: Celullar and molecular mechanisms of neuron-glia interactions at neuronal cell bodies

BRaIN Seminar: Prefrontal Circuits Related to Anxiety and Anhedonia

28Nov201812:00
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Speaker: Dr. Angela Roberts, Department of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, University of Cambridge Title: Prefrontal Circuits Related to Anxiety and Anhedonia Host:Dr. Keith Murai

BRaIN Seminar: Molecular Genetic and Neurobiological Investigations of Smith-Magenis Syndrome

12Jun201812:00
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Speaker: Dr. Wei-Hsiang Huang, Department of Biology, Stanford University Title: Molecular Genetic and Neurobiological Investigations of Smith-Magenis Syndrome

BRaIN Seminar: Of mice, rats and men: assessing and correcting dysfunction in models of fragile X syndrome

4Jun201812:00
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Speaker: Dr. David Wyllie, Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences, the University of Edinburgh Title: Of mice, rats and men: assessing and correcting dysfunction in models of fragile X syndrome

BRaIN Seminar: Stereoscopic vision in insects

16May201812:00
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Speaker: Dr. Jenny Read, Institute of Neuroscience, Newcastle University Title: Stereoscopic vision in insects Host: Dr. Robert Hess

BRaIN Seminar: It's all about timing: how circadian clocks control behaviour and physiology

11Apr201812:00
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Speaker: Dr. Amita Sehgal, Department of Neuroscience, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania

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