Events Archive

Wed
26
Sep
Department of Neurology Grand Rounds Series
MGTX: A deeper dive into outcomes from the thymectomy trial in non-thymomatous myasthenia gravis
Gil I. Wolfe, MD, FAAN
University at Buffalo
4:00 PM
Wed
26
Sep
The Pittsburgh Hearing Research Center and Department of Otolaryngology Seminar
Diversity Through Activity: Molecular Bases and Emergence of Neuronal Heterogeneity in the Auditory Periphery
Brikha R. Shrestha, PhD
Harvard Medical School
10:30 AM
Tue
25
Sep
Department of Neurobiology Distinguished Lecture
Neural Circuits Controlling Sleep
Yang Dan, PhD
Helen Wills Neuroscience Institute, University of California, Berkeley
4:00 PM
Thu
20
Sep
CNBC Colloquium
Memory networks in the human brain
Michael Kahana, PhD
University of Pennsylvania
4:30 PM
Thu
20
Sep
ADRC Topics at Noon Series
Vestibular Therapy for People with Cognitive Impairment
Brooke Klatt, PT, PhD
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
12:00 PM
Wed
19
Sep
Sean Logan Distinguished Lecture Series on Neurodegeneration
Mechanisms of Blood-Brain Barrier Development, Breakdown and Repair in the Healthy and Diseased Central Nervous System
Dritan Agalliu, PhD
Columbia University Irving Medical Center
1:00 PM
Mon
17
Sep
CNBC Brain Bag
The delusive benefit of the doubt (how moral psychology provides counterexamples to constructive empiricism)
Tomasz Wysocki
University of Pittsburgh
6:00 PM
Mon
17
Sep
CNBC Brain Bag
Registration pluralism and the cartographic approach to data aggregation across brains
Zina Ward
University of Pittsburgh
6:00 PM
Mon
17
Sep
Molecular mechanisms of silent nociceptor sensitization
Stefan Lechner, Ph.D.
Heidelberg University
4:00 PM
Fri
14
Sep
Senior Vice Chancellor's Research Seminar
In Natura Veritas: Studying Rare Monogenic Disorders to Treat Sepsis
Scott W. Canna, MD
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
12:00 PM
Fri
14
Sep
SNI Seminar
Whole limb contributions to proprioceptive neural activity
Raeed Chowdhury
Northwestern University
12:00 PM
Wed
12
Sep
Department of Neurology Grand Rounds Series
The Ethics of Genetic Testing for Neurologic Diseases
Bill Su, MD, PhD
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
4:00 PM
Wed
12
Sep
CNBC Postdoc Seminar Series
Strategic simplification of neural systems
Rashid Williams-Garcia, PhD
University of Pittsburgh
4:00 PM
Wed
12
Sep
PIND CME Seminar
Opioid, NPY, and S1PR1 receptor control of pain and neuronal sensitization in traumatic injury or multiple sclerosis
Bradley Taylor, PhD
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine
1:00 PM
Mon
10
Sep
CNBC Brain Bag
Food for Thought: The rise, fall, and revival of “memory transfer” research
David Colaco
University of Pittsburgh
6:00 PM

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