Neuroscience Graduate Program

Colloquia & Seminars

Neuroscience Seminars
Winter Quarter 2018

NRSC 287

Date & Time
January 9th  Tuesday, 4:00pm Genomics Auditorium

Weizhe Hong, Dept. of Biological Chemistry, UCLA
“Uncovering Social Behavior Circuitry Using Optogenetics and Single Cell Sequencing"

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Sachiko Haga-Yamanaka

January 17th Wednesday, 1:00pm

Genomics Auditorium

Ethan Goldberg, Dept. Neurology, Perelam School of Medicine, Univ. of Pennsylvania 
"Sodium Channels and Epilepsy: Something Old and Something New"

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Eddie Zagha

January 23rd Tuesday, 4:00pm

Genomics Auditorium

Martin Sarter, Depts of Psychology & Neuroscience, University of Michigan "Deterministic and Neuromodulatory Actions of Forebrain Cholinergic Systems"

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Hongdian Yang
February 6th Tuesday, 4:00pm Genomics Auditorium

David Glanzman, Dept. of Integrative Biology and Physiology, UCLA
"Occult Mechanisms for Long-Term Memory in Aplysia” 

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Ed Korzus
February 13th Tuesday, 4:00pm Genomics Auditorium

Stefan Leutgeb, Division of Biological Sciences, UCSD,
"Spatial and Memory Computations in the Medial Entorhinal Cortex and Hippocampus"

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Ed Korzus
February 20th Tuesday, 4:00pm Genomics Auditorium

Megan Peters, Dept. of Bioengineering, UC Riverside
"Monitoring our Own Uncertainty: Neural and Computational Mechanisms"

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Mike Adams

February 27th Tuesday, 4:00pm

Genomics Auditorium

Edwin Rubel, Virginia Bloedel Hearing Research Center, Univ. Washington
"A Journey into the World of Translational Research: Development of a New Drug to Prevent Hearing Loss"

 Khaleel Razak

March 13th Tuesday, 4:00pm


Genomics Auditorium

Li Zhang, USC
"Exploring Brain Circuits for Sensory Behaviors" 

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Hongdian Yang


See also http://psych.ucr.edu/psych_talks/showtalks.php for the Cognitive Neuroscience seminar schedule sponsored by the Department of Psychology.


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Margarita Roman, Graduate Student Services Advisor
Ph.D. Program in Neuroscience
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E-mail: neuro@mail.ucr.edu