Neurobiology Seminar Program

Neurobiology sponsors seminars on Tuesdays at noon in 103 Bryan Research. The Neurobiology Invited Seminar Series features both established and up-and-coming researchers and professors from around the world. This program is created by a committee of students, postdocs and faculty. The seminar program guides the materials for a student journal club that reads the upcoming speaker’s papers in advance and meets to discuss the week before the seminar. After the seminar, students and postdocs are invited to have lunch with the speaker.

Upcoming Seminars

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How we learn, predict and decide: the circuit basis of behaviour
May 25, 2021 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Duke Neurobiology welcomes Marta Zlatic, PhD, Research Leader at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology in Cambridge, England. For connection info to her Zoom seminar "How we learn, predict and decide: the circuit basis of behaviour", email d.shipman@duke.edu . Partial Abstract: Learning, predicting, and deciding are fundamental brain functions essential for survival across the animal kingdom. Despite decades of investigation, we do not understand the rules governing biological intelligence. A major obstacle to progress has been the inability to determine the the architecture of the circuits...