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“Differential and systematic conduction velocity regulation in auditory brainstem circuits”

Armin H. Seidl, Ph.D. will be coming over from the University of Washington to give a talk on Friday. Dr. Seidl is the Acting Instructor for the Virginia Merrill Bloedel Hearing Research Center. He is well-known by our Center Director … Continue reading

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“GAD65 and its Autoantibodies in Neurological Disorders”

Christiane S. Hampe, PhD from the University of Washington Department of Medicine is a Research Associate Professor who will be giving a talk for our center. She is being hosted by Dr. Christian Roth from CIBR. Thursday, June 11, 2015 12:00 … Continue reading

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“Anatomical and functional studies of ‘neglected’ nucleus incertus GABA/peptide networks”

Dr. Andrew Gundlach will be giving a talk on Monday about his work as a Senior Research Fellow at the National Health Medical Research Institute of Australia. Monday, June 8, 2015 12:00 – 1:00 PM The Maldives Conference Room 606 … Continue reading

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“Tbr2 Promotes Deep and Superficial Laminar Fates of Heterogeneous Intermediate Progenitors”

Another CIBR member, Anca B. Mihalas, MD, PhD will be leading the discussion of her research at the next CIBR Seminar. Dr. Mihalas is a postdoctoral fellow with the Hevner Lab. Friday, June 5, 2015 12:00 – 1:00 PM The … Continue reading

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“State Regulation in the Thalamocortical System: From Molecules to Networks”

Philippe Coulon, PhD is scheduled to discuss the intricacies of his work involving the thalamocortical system and its role in absence seizures. Dr. Coulon recently joined our center to work with the Landisman Lab. Previously he was an assistant professor at the … Continue reading

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“Lissencephaly: expanded imaging and molecular pathway-based classification”

Nataliya DiDonato, MD from CIBR’s Dobyns Lab will be giving a talk Friday based on her research on lissencephaly. Attend this seminar to learn how scientists are slowly uncovering the underlying mechanisms of this disorder. Friday, May 22, 2015 12:00 … Continue reading

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“Relapse to cocaine seeking: Behavioral and neurochemical mechanisms”

A riveting talk will be given by the Acting Assistant Professor for UW’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. Sunila Nair, PhD studies addiction. Her talk is titled, “Relapse to cocaine seeking: behavioral and neurochemical mechanisms.” She is being hosted … Continue reading

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“CaMKII in NMDAR-mediated neuronal plasticity and cell death”

K. Ulrich (Ulli) Bayer, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor for the Department of Pharmacology at the University of Colorado Denver School of Medicine. He will be hosted at our center by Dr. John Welsh. Please join us in welcoming Dr. Bayer and hearing … Continue reading

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“The Role of Central Fibroblast Growth Factory Signaling in the Regulation of Glucose Homeostasis”

Remember that talk a few weeks ago on glucose homeostasis and the brain? Well soon we will be challenged to apply that knowledge in a new way during a seminar by Jarrad M. Scarlett, MD, PhD. He is a fellow … Continue reading

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“Modeling PIK3CA mutations in mice: brain disorders, epilepsy and more”…

The Center for Integrative Brain Research’s Millen Lab produces a lot of incredible research on April 10th we will hear from Parthiv Haldipur, PhD and now we will hear another perspective from Achira Roy, PhD. An eloquent speaker and incredible … Continue reading

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