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Neuroscience Seminar

Neuroscience “Brown Bag” Seminar Series

Room 316 Wilson Hall (unless otherwise indicated)
Thursdays, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Fall 2015-16
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Thursday, August 27, 2015

Geoffrey F. Woodman
Assistant Professor of Psychology
Director of Graduate Studies
Co-Director of Cognition & Cognitive Neuroscience Program

Seminar Title:  Stimulating the Intersection of learning, memory, and attention

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March 26, 2015
Anders Petersen, PhD

Department of Psychology, Center for Visual Cognition
University of Copenhagen

“Recent developments in a computational theory of visual attention”

 

March 19, 2015
Chia-Chi Liao PhD
Kaas Lab
Department of Psychology

“Plasticity in the somatosensory cortex and spinal cord after long-term dorsal column lesions in primates”

March 12, 2015
Rick Lin
U Mississippi Medical School

March 2-6, 2015  -  Spring Break  -  No Seminar

February 26, 2015
Asif Ghazanfar, PhD
Department of Psychology
Princeton University

“The developmental neuromechanics and evolution of primate vocal communication”

February 19, 2015
Eva Sawyer
Kaas Lab
Department of Psychology

“Comparative anatomy of the mammalian subcortical trigeminal somatosensory nuclei”

February 5, 2015
Michael Harvey, Ph.D.
Neurological Surgery
Vanderbilt School of Medicine

“Sensorimotor Integration in the Primate Hand”

January 29, 2015
David Lyon, Ph.D.
University of California, Irvine

“Viral Based Strategies for Targeting Specific Circuits in Visual Cortex of Non-Transgenic Animals”

January 22, 2015
Brandon Moore
Neuroscience – Vanderbilt Graduate School

“Dynamic Functional Connectivity of Visual Cortex Reflects Fluctuations of Critical Arousal”

January 15, 2015
Larry Cahill, Ph.D.
Neurobiology & Behavior
University of California, Irvine

“Sex Influences on Brain and Emotional Memory: The Burden of Proof has Shifted”

January 8, 2015
Ken Catania, Ph.D.
Department of Biology
Vanderbilt University

“The Shocking Predatory Strike of the Electric Eel”
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August 21, 2014
Jeff Schall
Department of Psychology
“Decisions, Accumulators and Neurons: How Secure a Bridge?”

August 28, 2014
Peter Kaskan
Neurobiology of Learning NIMH
“fMRI activation of cortical and subcortical regions in a macaque monkeys associated with anticipation and receipt of reward”

September 4, 2014
Antonia Thelen
VBI – Wallace Lab Vanderbilt School of Medicine

September 11, 2014
Rankin McGugin
Gauthier Lab
“Cortical Thickness in Fusiform Face Area Predicts Face and Object Recognition Performance”

September 18, 2014
Keji Li
Casagrande Lab
“Pulvinar projection to V1 layer 1 in primate”

September 25, 2014
Jane Burton
Ramachandran Lab
“Auditory perceptual filters in macaque monkeys”

October 2, 2014
Justin Siemann
Wallace Lab
“Studies of multisensory function in the mouse model: circuit and disease implications”

October 9, 2014
Josh Cosman
Woodman and Schall Labs
“Cognitive and neural mechanisms of salient distractor suppression during visual search”

October 16, 2014
Dylan Morrow-Jones & Wolf Zinke
“Where to go: Characterizing neural response properties underlying target selection”
Schall Lab

October 23, 2014
Francesca Rocchi
“Noise Characteristics Affect Tone Detection in Non-Human Primates”
Ramachandran Lab

October 30, 2014
Ben Tamber-Rosenau
“No domain-general resource in the human cerebral cortex”
Marois Lab

November 6, 2014
Brandon Moore
“Compact brain architecture and the neuronal basis for intelligence in birds”
Maier Lab

November 13, 2014
Aaron Nidiffer
VBI – Wallace Lab

November 20, 2014
Society for Neuroscience Conference
November 15-19

November 27, 2014
Thanksgiving Break

December 4, 2014
Kacie Dougherty
Maier Lab

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