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The Neuroscience Institute of MBL:
2008 Neural Systems & Behavior Seminars

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

Date: Event:

6/25/08 "The Complete Hirudo Swimmer: Elegant Undulations in Water, Air, and Goo" - W. Otto Friesen, University of Virginia

7/2/08 "Variability, Compensation, Homeostasis and Neuromodulation in the Control of Circuit Function" - Eve Marder, Brandeis University

7/9/08 "Sensory Systems and Predatory Behavior of Shrews and Moles" - Kenneth Catania, Vanderbilt University

7/16/08 "Decision-making systems in the rodent: A journey from neurophysiology to clinical relevance through computation" - A. David Redish, University of Minnesota

7/23/08 The Masakazu Konishi Endowed Lectureship in Neural Systems & Behavior - "Assembling a Circuit for Olfactory Behavior" - Cori Bargmann, Rockefeller University

7/30/08 "Merging mind and machines: Neural interface systems for humans with paralysis" - John Donoghue, Brown University

8/6/08 "Retinal circuit and computation for differential motion sensitivity" - Stephen Baccus, Stanford University School of Medicine - in collaboration with the Methods in Computational Neuroscience Course


 

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