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The Neuroscience Institute of MBL: 2004 Neurobiology Seminars

Whitman Auditorium, 8:00 PM. Lectures are free and open to the public.

Date: Event:
 
6/14/04 "Light detection in the retina" - King-Wai Yau, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
 
6/21/04 "Voltage sensor movement in voltage sensitive ion channels" - Francisco Bezanilla, UCLA
 
6/28/04 "Mechanoelectric transduction, the cilia side of hearing" - Tony Ricci, LSU Health Science Center
 
7/05/04 "Genetic manipulations in the fruit fly fight club" - Ed Kravitz, Harvard
 
7/12/04 "New optical approaches for monitoring and manipulating neuronal activity in the retina and beyond" - Richard Kramer, UC Berkeley
 
7/19/04 "Spine Ca2+ signaling in striatal medium spiny neurons" - Bernardo Sabatini, Harvard Medical School
 
7/26/04 "Memory formation and processing in the hippocampus" - Matt Wilson, MIT
 
8/02/04 "Regulation of NMDA receptor trafficking and gating by protein kinases" - Suzanne Zukin, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
 
8/09/04 "Dissecting neural circuits in the visual system using targeted cell class ablation" - Sheila Nirenberg, UCLA
 
8/16/04 "Origins of the response dynamics of the horizontal semi-circular canal of the vestibular labyrinth in the toad fish Opsanus tau" - Stephen Highstein - Washington University School of Medicine
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