Past Seminars & Events in 2022 at the Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences.
'Matrix Resurrections: Novel Therapeutic Targets for Cerebrovascular Disease and COVID-19'
Tuesday 13th September 2022, 13:00, LTB, Chancellor's Building.
'Gene-environment interactions modulating brain function within and between generations'
Monday 13th June, 13:00, HRB lecture theatre
'Translational behavioral studies reveal the potential for cannabis to treat bipolar disorder'
Monday 6th June 2022, 13:00, Lecture Theatre B, Chancellor's Building (Hybrid)
Host: Dr Jill Fowler
'Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Cortical Interneuron Development'
Thursday 19th May 2022, 13:00 (virtual)
Host: Dr Lida Zoupi
The Physiological Society Members Roadshow plaque unveiling to Edward Sharpey-Schafer
'Regulation of feeding behaviour – A role for astrocytes?'
Tuesday 10th May 2022, Doorway 3 medical Quad then Anatomy lecture theatre, 14:15
'Structural constraints of neuron-astrocyte interactions at glutamatergic synapses'
Thursday 5th May 2022, 13:00
Host: Prof Mark Evans
'Intrinsic synaptic dynamics and why they matter'
Monday 25th April 2022, 13:00
Host: Prof Seth Grant
'Vision in Action: Visual processing in active behaviours'
Thursday 7th April 2022, HRB lecture theatre, 14:00
Host: Prof Matt Nolan
'What does the retrosplenial cortex do? Visual responses and visuospatial memory engrams'
Monday 28th March 2022, 13:00
Host: Prof Seth Grant
‘Autism: Neurodiversity to Neuroscience’
Thursday 24th March 2022, 14:00
Host: Prof Tara Spires-Jones
Shape Matters: Engineering human stem cells models to understand the relationship between form and function in neural cells
Monday 14th March 2022, 13:00, Lecture Theatre B, Chancellor's Building
Host: Prof David Lyons
'All-optical interrogation of the hippocampal role in episodic memory formation, consolidation and retrieval'
Thursday 10th March 2022, 13:00
Host: Dr Emma Wood
'Idling brain: from memory engram to behavior'
Monday 7th March 2022, 11:00,
Host: Dr Szu-Han Wang
'Regional differences in neurovascular coupling and implications for disease'
Monday 28th February 2022, 13:00
Host: Prof Karen Horsburgh
'Non-productive angiogenesis in Alzheimer’s disease, a glimpse on how AD compromises non-neuronal cells'
Monday 14th February 2022, 13:00
'Subcortical Networks to Control Seizures'
Thursday 10th February 2022, 15:00
'More than bystanders, learning how microglia eliminate synapses in the Alzheimer brain'
Monday 17th January 2022, 13:00
Host: Prof Anna Williams
'Role of tanycyte shuttles and networks in the control of glucose and energy homeostasis'
Thursday 13th January 2022, 13:00
Host: Dr Nicola Romano