Eve Marder, Ph.D.

Virtual Event

Perturbations Reveal that Degenerate Circuits Hide Cryptic Individual Variability The Department of Neurobiology and Behavior will be hosting Eve Marder, professor of biology at Brandeis University, for a James L. McGaugh…

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Carlos Portera Cailliau, MD

CNLM Herklotz Conference Center and Virtually via Zoom

Cortical interneuron hypofunction in Fragile X Syndrome The Department of Neurobiology and Behavior will host Carlos Portera Cailliau, from the Department of Neurology & Neurobiology of the University of California, Los Angeles, for a James L. McGaugh Distinguished Lecture.   Abstract Cortical circuit dysfunction is a primary pathophysiology in neurodevelopmental disorders (NDDs). Considering how symptoms in NDDs/autism…

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Neurobiology and Behavior Seminar: Dr. Eitan Schechtman

CNLM Herklotz Conference Center and Virtually via Zoom

Biasing memory processing during sleep to enhance cognition and improve wellbeing Join the UCI Department of Neurobiology and Behavior in a hybrid seminar featuring Dr. Eitan Schechtman of the Cognitive Neuroscience Lab at Northwestern University. Hybrid Event The seminar will be live-streamed via zoom and in person. Please RSVP to receive zoom link. In-Person Meeting: Dale…

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Ted Abel, PhD

CNLM Herklotz Conference Center and Virtually via Zoom

James L. McGaugh Distinguished Lecture Molecular Mechanisms of Long-Term Memory Storage Please join the UCI Department of Neurobiology and Behavior in a hybrid event featuring Dr. Ted Abel of the Iowa Neuroscience Institute from the University of Iowa. Abstract: Research in the Abel lab at the University of Iowa focuses on the molecular mechanisms underlying the…

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James L. McGaugh Distinguished Lecture: Kay Tye, PhD

Virtual Event

Neural Representations of Social Homeostasis Join the UCI Department of Neurobiology and Behavior for a virtual seminar featuring, Dr. Kay Tye of the Salk Institute. Abstract: How does our brain rapidly determine if something is good or bad? How do we know our place within a social group? How do we know how to behave…

Albert La Spada, PhD

Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Building (ISEB) and Virtually Via Zoom 419 Physical Sciences Quad, Irvine, United States

Deconstructing Neurodegenerative Proteinopathies: From Pathology of Neuron Demise to Therapeutic Interventon Join the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior in a hybrid seminar featuring Dr. Albert La Spada. Abstract:Both rare inherited neurodegenerative disorders and common sporadic neurodegenerative diseases are caused by misfolded proteins that accumulate in neurons and glia of affected patients.  The CAG - polyglutamine (PolyQ)…

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Neurobiology and Behavior Seminar with Dr. Alan Urban

CNLM Herklotz Conference Center and Virtually via Zoom

How can functional ultrasound imaging (fUSI) impact your research, and what's next? Join the UCI Department of Neurobiology and Behavior in a hybrid seminar featuring Dr. Alan Urban, Assistant Professor…

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Elizabeth Chrastil, PhD

CNLM Herklotz Conference Center and Virtually via Zoom

NBB Tenure Seminar Join the Department of Neurobiology and Behavior in a hybrid seminar featuring Dr. Elizabeth Chrastil. Abstract: Navigation is a central part of daily life. For some, getting around is easy, while others struggle. Some clinical populations, such as those with Alzheimer’s Disease, display wandering behaviors and extensive disorientation. Working at the interface between immersive…

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James L. McGaugh Distinguished Seminar Series with Dr. Elizabeth Gould

CNLM Herklotz Conference Center Irvine, CA, United States

Sex differences in early life adversity effects on hippocampal plasticity Dr. Elizabeth Gould Department of Psychology Princeton Neuroscience Institute Hybrid Event This seminar will be live-streamed via Zoom and In-Person. In-Person:  Herklotz Conference Room Center for the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory 300 Qureshey Research Lab RSVP for Zoom Link Abstract: Early life adversity (ELA) increases the likelihood…

Katalin Gothard, Ph.D.

CNLM Herklotz Conference Center and Virtually via Zoom

Join Dr. Katalin Gothard in the James L. McGaugh Distinguished Seminar Series In-Person or over Zoom! “A context-dependent switch from sensing to feeling in the primate amygdala” Katalin M. Gothard, M.D., Ph.D. Professor of Physiology, Neurology, and Neuroscience The University of Arizona College of Medicine Department of Physiology Abstract: Tactile signals elicited in the periphery…

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