Neuroscience Seminars

Neuroscience PhD at Wake Forest University at Wake Forest University


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Student Lecture
Chris Hauser
Title: Cognitive modulation of oculomotor activity in the frontal cortex of monkeys performing a simple reaction-time task with reward bias
September 18th from 11 – 12 pm in Hanes 1064

Faculty Lecture
Robert Hampson, Physiology & Pharmacology
Title: Mnemonic Processing: From Rodent to Human
September 25th from 11 – 12 pm in Hanes 1064

Faculty Lecture
Tao Ma, Internal Medicine – Gerontology
Title: Fighting Alzheimer’s Disease-associated synaptic failure and memory deficits by targeting novel molecular mechanisms
October 2nd from 11 – 12 pm in PTCRC Auditorium

Faculty Lecture
Ski Chilton, Physiology & Pharmacology
Title: Genetic and Epigenetic Variation in Omega Fatty Acid Metabolism in Humans; Implications for Cardiovascular Disease, Cancer and Psychiatric Disorders
October 9th from 11 – 12 pm in PTCRC Auditorium

Student Lecture
Dominic Gioia
Title: BLA physiology in a mouse model of vulnerability to withdrawal associated anxiety
October 16th from 11 – 12 pm in PTCRC Auditorim

Student Lecture
Nichole Emerson
Title: TBA
October 23rd from 11 – 12 pm in PTCRC Auditorium

Student Lecture
Byron Van Nest
Title: TBA
October 30th from 11 – 12 pm in PTCRC Auditorium

Faculty Lecture
Sara Jones, Physiology & Pharmacology
Title: Cocaine Self-Administration Pattern Determines Dopamine Adaptations – Tolerance vs Sensitization
November 6th from 11 – 12 pm in PTCRC Auditorium

SfN Meeting
November 13th – NO Seminar

SfN Meeting
November 20th – NO Seminar

HOLIDAY
November 27th – NO Seminar

Student-Organized Research Day/Invited Speaker Seminar
Title: TBA
December 4th from 11 – 12 pm in Hanes 1064

Faculty Lecture
Suzanne Craft, Co-Director of Kulynych Center / Research Director of Sticht Center
Title: TBA
Deceber 11th from 11 – 12 pm in Hanes 1064