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Online Seminar - Genetic Studies of Human Hematopoiesis

7Jan202211:00
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In this talk, I will discuss work from my laboratory that uncovers how studies of human genetic variation can provide further insights into how blood cell production occurs normally and how this...

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

15Oct202111:00
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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: The non-canonical Inflammasome Pathway

22Oct202111:00
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Intracellular lipopolysaccharide (LPS) from Gram-negative bacteria including Escherichia coli, Salmonella typhimurium, Shigella flexneri, and Burkholderia thailandensis activates mouse caspase-11...

Online Seminar: In search of the neuronal basis of social and affective touch

8Oct202111:00
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Affective touch is necessary for proper neurodevelopment and sociability. However, it is still unclear how the neurons innervating the skin detect affective and social behaviours....

Online Seminar: Functional Immune memory to SARS-CoV2

1Oct202111:00
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We have examined the type of immune memory that forms in individuals that experience mild COVID-19. Longitudinal analyses of SARS-CoV2 memory B and T cells were performed, specifically focused on...

Online Seminar - Representations of complex sound features in auditory cortex

26Nov202111:00
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The early auditory system decomposes incoming sounds into a collection of sine waves with different frequencies. But we would not describe our everyday experience of hearing sound as one of ...

Prager-Khoutorsky Lab publishes paper in Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience

Published: 10Sep2021

Congrats to the Prager-Khoutorsky Lab on their recent paper published in Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience entitled "Anatomical Organization of the rat subfornical organ.”...

Online Seminar: Cortical control of innate behaviors

24Sep202111:00
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While innate, the display of many behaviors is influenced by cortical activities./physiologyCategory: Dept. of Physiology

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