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Online seminar: Tanycytes as a central node in hypothalamic networks regulating energy balance

25Feb202211:00
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In multicellular organisms, cells can sense systemic cues of the immediate environment to maintain energetic and cellular stability./physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology...

Online seminar: Deciphering Human Development and Disease One Cell at a Time

21Jan202211:00
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The rules by which human cells, tissues and organs are specified and built during development are still largely unknown./physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology Physiology Friday Seminar Series

Online seminar: Disease Mechanisms in Christianson Syndrome and Related Endo-lysosomal Disorders

14Jan202211:00
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Dr. Eric Morrow is a physician-scientist and molecular neuroscientist with a focus in autism and related neurodevelopmental disorders./physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology...

Online seminar: Determining the geometry of biological dynamics from the data

17Dec202111:00
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With the advance of machine learning, there has been a renewed interest in the inference and the study of the geometry underlying biological dynamics./physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology...

Seminar - Neurobiology of secondary fear triggers

10Dec202111:00
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M3655 promenade Sir William Osler, Montreal, QC, H3G 1Y6, CA/physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology

Seminar - Dynamic neuronal connections in health and disease: dual role for pannexin 1

3Dec202111:00
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M3655 promenade Sir William Osler, Montreal, QC, H3G 1Y6, CA/physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology Physiology Friday Seminar Series

Online Seminar - The role of brain recurrent processes in visual recognition

19Nov202111:00
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Visual recognition is a fundamental function of the human brain, relying on a cascade of neural processes to transform low level inputs into semantic content./physiologyCategory: Dept. of...

Online seminar - Eating a good apoptotic meal: Lessons from phagocytes

5Nov202111:00
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Every day, our bodies turnover 200-300 billion cells as part of normal healthy living. Specialized cells called phagocytes recognize and remove these dying cells via the process of efferocytosis....

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