BNS Seminar

Online until further notice due to COVID-19

Contact john.salamone@uconn.edu if you have speaker suggestions, questions, or would like to receive email announcements.

Spring 2020

Jan 30 Student Talk: Samantha Marques Modulating Brainwaves Using Phase-Aligned Auditory Stimuli in Closed-Loop EEG
Feb 6 Lauren Long
Amanda Rendall
NON-ACADEMIC JOBS IN NEUROSCIENCE: Seminar/Workshop for students
Feb 13 Elizabeth Kline (UConn MCB) The MLK3 inhibitor CLFB-1134 protects against neurotoxin-induced nigral dopaminergic neuron loss
Feb 20 Steven Kinsey (UWV, UConn) Pot, pain, and spice: Mouse models of neuropathy, arthritis, and drug withdrawal
Mar 5 Dongnhu Truong (Yale) Decoding the Genetic and Neurobiological Basis of Specific Learning Disorders
Mar 12 Student Talk: Renee Chasse Behavioral Correlates of A1 Knockout Mouse Model
Apr 2 Student Talk:Olivia Vanegas Effects of Acute and Repeated Administration of AB-FUBINACA in Mice
Apr 9 Student Talk: Kasey Smith Effects of varied temporal cues on judgement of complex sound sequences in rats
Apr 23 Student Talk: Chuyi Su
Student Talk: Samantha Marquez
Brain State Effects on Layer 5 Corticotectal Cells
Modulating Brainwaves Using Phase-Aligned Auditory Stimuli in Closed-Loop EEG
Apr 30 Student Talk: Skyler Sklenarik Avoidance tendencies towards cannabis stimuli

Past Seminars (2014-), Past Seminars (Before 2014)

PSYC 5200 & Student Presentations

The seminars are open to any interested faculty, staff, and students. However, BNS graduate students are required to take 4 semesters of seminar (PSYC 5200) for credit. The major goal of the course is to give students a chance to practice presenting and get feedback on their research. Senior graduate students and advanced/honors undergraduates working in BNS/PNB labs may also register.

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