The Student Seminar Series meets at noon on select Wednesdays throughout the academic year. In the fall semester, second-year students present papers from recent literature. In the spring semester, graduate students and postdocs are invited to present their own findings or works in progress to the Neurobiology community. Presentations are followed by a lively discussion, pizza lunch and a closed session where presenters receive feedback from the faculty directors and from students enrolled in the course.
Informal and Student Seminars
Dissertation Seminar: Alex Vaz
April 19, 2021 - 9:00am to 10:00am
Neurobiology graduate student Alex Vaz (Brunel Lab) will defend his dissertation on Zoom on Monday, April 19. His thesis is entitled An electrophysiological basis for human memory. Email the DGSA for connection info. Abstract: Memory is a fundamentally important process that guides our future behavior based on past experience. Its importance is underscored by the fact that a major feature of many neurodegenerative disorders is memory loss, which is disabling to an increasing portion of the aging population. However, the underlying electrophysiological processes underlying memory formation and...
April 21, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Herman Mohanth, PhD, a postdoc in Josh Huang's lab, will present "Functional architecture of the cortex is defined by pyramidal neuron type specific subnetworks" at noon on Zoom. Email the DGSA for connection details.