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Past Events

The following events are neuroscience related.


Day 1 (The Kameshwar C. Wali Lecture) | Inside the Brain: Synapses Lost and Found in Development and Alzheimer’s Disease

December 8, 4:00 PM
The Kameshwar C. Wali Lecture in the Sciences and Humanities, the Department of Physics, the Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Studies Program and the Syracuse University Humanities Center Presents: Inside the Brain: Synapses Lost and Found in Development and Alzheimer’s Disease Delivered by Dr. Carla Shatz The Inaugural Sapp Family Provostial Professor | The David Starr Jordan Director, Stanford Bio-X | Professor of Biology and of Neurobiology, Stanford University The Kameshwar C. Wali Lecture in the Sciences and Humanities December 8, 2016, 4 p.m. 132 Lyman Hall The Kavli Prize in Neuroscience is awarded for outstanding achievement in advancing our knowledge and understanding of the brain and nervous system, including molecular neuroscience, cellular neuroscience, systems neuroscience, neurogenetics, developmental neuroscience, cognitive neuroscience, computational neuroscience, and related facets of the brain and nervous system. Dr Shatz shared this award in 2016 with Eve Marder, and Michael M. Merzenich, “for the discovery of mechanisms that allow experience and neural activity to remodel brain function.”
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Day 2 (Research Seminar) | Inside the Brain: Synapses Lost and Found in Development and Alzheimer’s Disease

December 9, 12:00 PM
Inside the Brain: Synapses Lost and Found in Development and Alzheimer’s Disease Delivered by Dr. Carla Shatz The Inaugural Sapp Family Provostial Professor | The David Starr Jordan Director, Stanford Bio-X | Professor of Biology and of Neurobiology, Stanford University Scientific Research Seminar December 9, 2016, Noon Watson Theater, Watson Hall
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Introduction to Neuroethics

January 19, 4:00 PM
Adina Roskies, Dartmouth College | Thursday, January 19, 2017 4:00 p.m. Location: Shemin Auditorium (Shaffer Art Building)
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Free Will in the Age of Neuroscience

January 20, 4:00 PM
Adina Roskies, Dartmouth College | Thursday, January 20, 2017 4:00 p.m. Location: 500 Hall of Languages
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Physiological and Pathological Functions of Alpha-Synuclein

February 13, 12:00 PM
Sreeganga Chandra, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Department of Neurology, Yale University. ***Upstate Medical University Neuroscience & Physiology Faculty Candidate*** Monday, February 13, 2017 12:00 – 1:00 PM 4709 Neuroscience Research Bldg. 505 Irving Ave. @ IHP Refreshments available
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The Role of PINK1 and Parkin in the Pathogenesis of Parkinson's Disease

February 16, 12:00 PM
Alicia Pickrell, PhD | Postdoctoral Research Fellow, National Institutes of Health, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke | Biochemistry & Molecular Biology Faculty Candidate Seminar, hosted by Dr. Patty Kane Thursday, February 16 @ 12 pm, 103 WH Questions? Call: 4-8742 | Open to the public
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Illuminating the developmental origins of neuronal diversity through cis-regulatory analysis

March 8, 4:00 PM
Mark M. Emerson, PhD | Assistant Professor, Department of Biology, The City College of New York | Robert B. Barlow Vision Research Seminar Series, hosted by Prof. William J. Brunken and Center for Vision Research Wednesday, March 8 @ 4 - 5 pm.
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