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Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience Colloquium Organizational Meeting

JAN 31, 2014 | 10:00 AM TO 11:30 AM



The Graduate Center
365 Fifth Avenue




January 31, 2014: 10:00 AM-11:30 AM







We will be having an organizational meeting for the BCN Colloquium series next Friday, January 31, at 10 AM in room C415A at the Graduate Center. Below is the tentative schedule for the semester for Behavioral and Cognitive Neuroscience Colloquiums.

January 31, 2014

Organizational Meeting

Friday, 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
C415A Room, The Graduate Center

January 31

Organizational meeting
February 7                  Jeff Beeler, Queens College, CUNY
February 14                Grad student presentations:
                                    Samantha Cohen, CCNY
Kimberly Page, Queens College
“Of Mice and Mold: Decreased neurogenesis is correlated with immune activation in the CNS following exposure to black mold”
Robert Steger, Queens College
“Inverted Pyramidal Cells: A closer look into the physiology of cortical neurons”
February 21                Edward Large, University of Connecticut
February 28                Gyorgy Buzsaki, NYU
March 7                      Mike Shadlen, Columbia University
March 14                    Grad student presentations
Dana Bakalar, Hunter College
March 21                    Qi Wang, Columbia University
                                    “Thalamic Synchrony and the Adaptive Gating of Information Flow to Cortex”
March 28                    Srdjan Antic, University of Connecticut Health Center
“NMDA Spikes and Plateau Potentials in Thin Dendrites of Cortical Pyramidal Neurons - Voltage-sensitive Dye Imaging”
April 4                        Nadia Bolognini, University of Milan-Biccoca
                                    “Mirror-touch syneasthesia: the binding of viewed and felt touch to
understand other’s somatosensation”
April 11                      Noam Sagiv, Brunel University, London, UK
                                    “Synaesthesia, Personification, and Consciousness”
April 18                      Spring recess
April 25                      Michael Kahana, University of Pennsylvania
May 2                          Ellen Lumpkin, Columbia University
                                    “Mechanisms of sensory encoding in a mammalian touch receptor”
May 9                          Grad student presentations