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October 17, 2007
10:00am - 11:00am CHDD, room 150
"Seeking the physical principles of receptor tyrosine kinase signaling"
Kalina Hristova

Associate Professor of Materials Science & Engineering, Johns Hopkins University

October 24, 2007
10:00am - 11:00am Foege Auditorium S-060
"Neuroscience on a Chip"
Albert Folch

Associate Professor in Bioengineering, University of Washington

Thursday  November 15, 2007
1:30 pm S-060 Genome Sciences Bldg (Foege Auditorium)
2007 Lamport Lecture - "The receptors, cells and coding logic for Mammalian Taste"
Charles Zuker

Professor of Biology, Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, University of California, San Diego

November 21, 2007
"Molecular Machinery for the Transport of Neurotransmitter Receptors at Synapses"
Jose Esteban

Dept Pharmacology. University of Michigan Medical School

November 28, 2007
"Sensory integration and adaptation: behavior, optimality and neural models."
Philip Sabes

University of California San Francisco

December 05, 2007
"Attentional selection through selective neuronal synchronization."
Pascal Fries

Radboud University Nijmegen

January 09, 2008
"Volitional control of neural activity and recurrent brain-computer interfaces"
Eberhard Fetz

University of Washington

January 23, 2008
"Has fMRI told us anything new about how the human visual system works?"
Scott Murray

University of Washington

January 30, 2008
"Neural-glial interactions in the CNS"
Craig Jahr

Senior Scientist, Vollum Institute - OHSU

February 06, 2008
"Tuned transfer of neural correlation and consequences for coding"
Eric Shea-Brown

University of Washington

February 20, 2008
"Neural basis of reach preparation and communication prostheses"
Krishna Shenoy

Assistant Professor , Stanford University

April 09, 2008
CHDD, room 150
"Neuronal glutamate transporters shape synaptic signaling and plasticity in the hippocampus"
Jeff Diamond

Senior Investigator - Synaptic Physiology Unit, NIH / NINDS

April 16, 2008
"Dissecting the Mechanics of Cell Division Using Multimode-Microsurgery"
Dahong Zhang

Associate Professor of Zoology, Oregon State University

April 22, 2008
2:00 pm T-733
2008 Hille Lecture - "Synaptic receptor trafficking in health and disease"
Roberto Malinow MD PhD

Professor , UCSD

April 30, 2008
"Control of the duration of inhibitory signals in the auditory system"
Larry Trussell

Professor , Oregon Hearing Research Center / Vollum Institute - OHSU

May 07, 2008
1:30 pm D-209
2008 Crill Lecture - "Olfactory processing in the Drosophila antennal lobe"
Rachel Wilson

Assistant Professor of Neurobiology, Harvard Medical School

May 14, 2008
"Activity-Dependent Plasticity in Sensory Neurons: From TRPV1 to NFAT"
Yuriy Usachev

Assistant Professor, University of Iowa, Carver College of Medicine

May 19, 2008
2:00 pm D-209
- " The neural basis of recognizing pictures of people, places, and things"
Bharathi Jagadeesh, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor , Department of Physiology & Biophysics, UW

May 21, 2008
CHDD, Room 150
"Fast, precise neuronal computing in gerbil auditory brain stem. "
John Rinzel

Courant Institute, New York University

May 28, 2008
"Structural insights into the function of TRPV ion channels"
Rachelle Gaudet

Associate Professor of Molecular and Cellular Biology, Harvard University

June 04, 2008
HHL 322
"The Yin and Yang of cold temperature sensing: tuning the excitability of a mammalian thermoreceptor"
Felix Viana, MD PhD

Universidad Miguel Hernandez-CSIC

Thursday  June 05, 2008
10:30 K-069
"NOS1 & NOS3: The Yin and Yang of Nitric Oxide Regulation of Cardiac Contractility"
Mark T. Ziolo, PhD

Investigator, Davis Heart & Lung Research Institute , The Ohio State University

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