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Fall 2008 Neuroscience Seminars

September 5

*“Small-conductance calcium-activated potassium channels (SK channels)”

Dr. John AdelmanOregon Health & Science University

Time & Location: 4pm, Jones 102

Host: Steven Springer

September 19

*“Tools for Engineering CNS Tissues”

Dr. Michael MooreDepartment of Biomedical Engineering, Tulane University

Time & Location: 4pm, Jones 102

Host: Dr. Laura Schrader

September 26

#"Stress Regulation in Adolescents: Insights From the Study of Hormones"

Dr. Elizabeth ShirtcliffDepartment of Psychology, University of New Orleans

Time & Location: Noon, Kendall Cram, LBC

Host:Dr. Beth Wee

October 3

*"Molecular Control of Cortical Synapse Development"

Dr. Benjamin HallDepartment of Cell and Molecular Biology, Tulane University

Time & Location: 4pm, Jones 204

Host: Dr. Jeff Tasker

October 10

*"Estrogens, Evolution and Disease"

Dr. John A. McLachlanWeatherhead Distinguished Professor of Environmental Studies Director, Tulane/Xavier Center for Bioenvironmental Research, Tulane University

Time & Location: 4pm, LBC - 203 Stibbs

Host:Dr. James Cronin

October 17

*"Synchronicity of multivesicular release controls neuronal output"

Dr. Jacques WadicheDepartment of Neurobiology, University of Alabama at Birmingham

Time & Location: 4pm, LBC - 203 Stibbs

Host: Beth Wee / Laura Schrader

October 24

#"Molecular Genetics of Individual Differences in Attention and Working Memory"

Dr. Raja Parasuraman,Director, PhD Program for Human Factors and Applied Cognition,
George Mason University

Time & Location: Noon, Kendall Cram LBC

Host: Jeremy Nelson

November 21

*"DHEA: An obesity, aging and immune modulator"

Dr. Johnny PorterProfessor of Physiology, LSU Health Sciences Center

Time & Location: 4pm, LBC - 203 Stibbs

Host: James Cronin

* = Co-sponsored with CMB
# = Co-sponsored with Psychology

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