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Department of Neurobiology: Fall Symposium - "Neural Circuits: Function, Dysfunction, & Recovery"

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Title: Department of Neurobiology: Fall Symposium - "NEURAL CIRCUITS: FUNCTION, DYSFUNCTION & RECOVERY"
Date & Time: Sep 26, 2017 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Location: NRB Auditorium





1:00pm            PAUL MICEVYCH, PhD

Chair & Professor, Department of Neurobiology     

“Opening Remarks & Scheibel Chair Announcement”


1:10 pm           WEIZHE HONG, PhD 

Assistant Professor, Departments of Biological Chemistry and Neurobiology                       

“Uncovering behavior circuitry through optogenetics and single cell sequencing”                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

1:50 pm           ALCINO SILVA, PhD

Distinguished Professor, Departments of Neurobiology, Psychology and Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences         

 “Molecular, cellular and circuit mechanism that link memories across time”


2:30pm            BREAK AND REFRESHMENTS

2:45pm            AWARDS


2:50pm            CARLOS PORTERA-CAILLIAU, MD, PhD

Professor in-Residence, Departments of Neurology and Neurobiology      

“Perceptual decision making in a mouse model of autism”


3:30 pm           S. THOMAS CARMICHAEL, MD, PhD

Professor & Chair, Department of Neurology -  Professor, Department of Neurobiology

“Brain Progenitor Biology in Tissue Repair”


4:10 pm           MICHAEL SOFRONIEW, PhD

Distinguished Professor, Department of Neurobiology                   

“Regenerating spinal cord circuits”


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