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The Neuroscience Institute of MBL: Neurobiology Seminars

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

Date: Event:

06/12/06 "TRPV ion channel and thermosensation by epithelial cells" - Michael Caterina, Department of Biological Chemistry, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

06/19/06 "Plasticity of glutamatergic signaling complexes in chronic pain states" - Rohini Kuner, University of Heidelberg

06/26/06 “Cellular mechanisms of synapse assembly and function” - Craig Garner, Stanford University

07/03/06 “SB(i)FSM” - Winfried Denk, Max Planck Institute for Medical Research
Note: starts at 7:00 PM

07/10/06 “What Art can tell us about the brain” - Marge Livingstone, Harvard Medical School
07/17/06 “Signaling pathways driving the maturation and function of neural progenitors” - Susan Birren, Brandeis University

07/24/06 “AN NMDA Receptor, BDNF, PSD-95 Pathway Enables Synaptogenesis and Refinement In the Developing Visual Pathway” - Martha Constantine-Paton, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
07/31/06 "Polka, mutants and behavior: genetic analysis of nervous system function in zebrafish" - John Kuwada, University of Michigan

08/01/06 Edward A. Kravitz Lectureship - “Variability, Compensation and Homeostasis in Neuronal Networks and Behavior” - Eve Marder, Brandeis University - 8:00 PM, Meigs Room, Swope

08/14/06 "The fusion of contact and position signals as the neural basis of touch perception" - David Kleinfeld, UCSD
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