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The Neuroscience Institute of MBL: 2010 NeuroImaging Seminars

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

Date: Event:
06/24/10 "Imaging the mechanisms of evolution" - Bob Baker, New York University
07/01/10 "In vivo imaging of axon dynamics in development and disease" - Thomas Misgeld, Technical University Munich - Lillie Auditorium
07/08/10 "Constructing imaging reagents for neurobiology using in vitro protein engineering automation" - Homme Hellinga, Duke University
07/15/10 "Lessons from songbirds about basal ganglia circuits, social context, and plasticity" - Allison Doupe, University of California, San Francisco - Forbes Lecture: Lillie Auditorium
07/22/10 "Channel-mediated tonic GABA release from cerebellar glial cells" - Justin Lee, KIST, Korea
07/29/10 "Mechanisms of protein-regulated membrane remodeling in endocytosis, malaria and diabetes" - Josh Zimmerberg, NIH
08/05/10 "Imaging neuronal connectivity patterns" - Jinny Kim, Janelia Farms
08/12/10 "Regulation and trafficking of HCN channels" - Dan Johnston, University of Texas - Lillie Auditorium
08/19/10 "Every vessel counts: A fragile aspect of brain vasculature as revealed by new optical tools" - David Kleinfeld, University of California, San Diego - Candle House 104/105
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