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Killiam Seminar Series: Encoding of Associative Memory in Engram Cell Pathway

26Mar201916:00
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Speaker:   Dr. Jun-Hyeong Cho Assistant Professor, Department of Molecular, Cell and Systems Biology University of California, Riverside Hosted by Dr. Wayne Sossin.

BRaIN Seminar: Long-term Visual System Plasticity

9Jan201912:00
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Speaker: Dr. Stephen Engel, Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota Title: Long-term Visual System Plasticity Host: Dr. Kathy Mullen

BRaIN Seminar: The many varied roles of the vestibular system on earth and in space

5Dec201812:00
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Speaker: Dr. Laurence Harris, Centre for Vision Research, York University Title: The many varied roles of the vestibular system on earth and in space

BRaIN Seminar: Cortical plasticity for chronic pain and anxiety

21Nov201812:00
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Speaker: Dr. Min Zhuo, Department of Physiology, University of Toronto Title: Cortical plasticity for chronic pain and anxiety Host: Dr. Yong Rao

BRaIN Seminar: Sleep and brain recovery after moderate to severe TBI

31Oct201812:00
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Speaker: Dr. Nadia Gosselin, Département de Psychologie, Université de Montréal Title: Sleep and brain recovery after moderate to severe TBI Host: Dr. Reza Farivar

BRaIN Seminar: RNA trafficking and axonal local translation in visual circuit wiring

17Oct201812:00
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Speaker: Dr. Hovy Wong, Centre for Research in Neuroscience, McGill University Title: RNA trafficking and axonal local translation in visual circuit wiring

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

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

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