|Event Date: 12.15.2009
Time: 12:00 noon
Location: 800 Fairchild
Event Type: Neurolunch
Nov 17th - Christoph Kellendonk - Columbia University
Title: "Modeling cognitive endophenotypes of schizophrenia in mice"
Jan 6 -Merri Rosen - New York Univ, NY
Title: "Late Development of Auditory Processing: Neural Correlates and the Role of Experience"
Jan 27 - Elizabeth Hillman - Columbia Univ, NY
Title: "In-vivo optical imaging of neurovascular coupling"
Feb 3 - Gary Ten Eyck - New York Univ, NY
Title: "Neuroendocrinology and social behavior of the Puerto Rican coqui frog, Eleutherodactylus coqui"
April 28 - Mark S Shapiro - Univ of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
Title: "Mechanisms of modulation of neuronal M-type K+ channels"
Sept 22nd - Nathaniel Sawtell - Columbia University
Title: "Mechanisms for predicting the sensory consequences of behavior in a
Sept 29th - Victoria Arch - University of California, LA
Title: "A Neuroethological Analyisis of Ultrasonic communication in Frogs"
Oct 13th - Dustin Rubenstein - Columbia University - POSTPONED
Title: "Allostatic load, reproductive conflict and the costs of sociality"
Oct 27th - Alain Trembleau - Univ of Pierre and Marie Curie, Paris, France.
Title: "Local translation of odorant receptor mRNAs in axons"
Nov 24th - Christoph Kellendonk - Columbia University
Title: "Modeling cognitive
endophenotypes of schizophrenia in mice"
Dec 1st - Zoe Donaldson - Columbia University
Title: "Exploring the neurogenetics of sociality: creation of models to ssess the
functional role of V1a receptor diversity"
Dec 15th - Ian Hall - Indiana University
Title: "Serotonin rapidly modulates the auditory system during social interactions"