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The Neuroscience Institute of MBL: 2008 NeuroImaging Seminars

8:00 PM, Speck Auditorium, except when noted. Lectures are free and open to the public.

Date: Event:
06/19/08 Gordon Shepherd, Northwestern University - “Synaptic circuit mapping in motor cortex”
06/26/08 Larry Cohen, Yale University - “What the nose tells the olfactory bulb about odors (1-photon) and how the bulb responds (2-photon)” - lecture in Lillie Auditorium
07/03/08 Clara Franzini-Armstrong, University of Pennsylvania - Porter Lecture: “From membranes to molecules. A morphologist view of how muscle controls calcium movements” - lecture in Lillie Auditorium
07/10/08 Rich Kramer, University of California, Berkeley - “How the ribbon synapse of rods and cones transmits the light response”
07/17/08 Sue McConnell, Stanford University - Forbes Lecture: “Assembling a neural circuit: transcriptional control of brain wiring during development” - lecture in Lillie Auditorium
07/24/08 Sam Young, Max Planck Institute - “Analysis of synaptagmin 2 function at the rat calyx of Held using novel adenoviral vectors”
07/31/08 Wade Regehr, Harvard University - “Active dendritic conductances dynamically regulate GABA release from thalamic interneurons”
08/07/08 Venki Murthy, Harvard University - “Multimodal imaging of synaptic circuits and odor processing in the mouse olfactory bulb”
08/14/08 Winfried Denk, Max Planck Institute - “Serial block-face electron microscopy: staining, imaging, analyzing”
08/21/08 Dejan Zecevic, Yale University - “Recording membrane potential with light: opening the gate to dendritic spine signal integration analysis.” - lecture in Candle House
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