Time: Thursdays 4:00 PM
Fall 2012 Location: 200C
Spring 2013 Location: 405 Schermerhorn
Theme: Current research interests in Behavioral Neuroscience
10/4/2012 Christine Denny, Columbia University
"The Role of Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis in Memory Formation and Retrieval"
10/18/2012 No BNS Talk during Society for Neuroscience Week
10/25/2012 Christoph Kellendock, Columbia University
"Dopamine D2 Receptors remodel the adult nervous system"
11/1/2012 Kate Nautiyal, Columbia University
"Developmental expression of serotonin 1B receptors is necessary for normal non-aggressive adult behavior"
11/8/2012 Stephen Rayport, Columbia University
"The glutaminase heterozygous mouse model of schizophrenia resilience and how it may guide drug development for neuropsychiatric disorders"
11/15/2012 Sebastian Parnaudeau, Columbia University
"Pharmacogenetic inhibition of the medio-dorsal thalamus selectively disrupts thalamo-frontal beta-synchrony and cognition"
2/7/2012 Vinn Campese, NYU
"Amygdala Function in Aversive Pavlovian-to-Instrumental Transfer in a Rodent Sidman Avoidance Paradigm"
2/14/2012 Jay Gingrich, Columbia University
"Serotonin and Limbic System Development"
2/28/2012 Scott Small, Columbia University
"Understanding Alzheimer's disease through regional vulnerability"
3/7/2012 John Horvitz, City College of New York
"The neurobiology of reward approach: A shifting substrate"
3/21/2012 Holly Moore, Columbia University
"Aberrant hippocampal activity and psychosis: Lessons from mouse models"
4/18/2012 Mazen Kheirbek, Columbia University
"Talk Title" TBA