Neuroscience Seminars

Here are some lectures, seminars and talks that may be of interest. The links reach further information on each presentation.

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Mon 8th Jul 1:00pmSTaR (Stress Timing affects Relapse): A model of the effects of stress/glucocorticoids on extinction and relapse
Behavioural and Clinical Neuroscience Seminars
Dr Shira Meir Drexler - Department of Cognitive Psychology Ruhr-University Bochum GermanyKenneth Craik Room, Craik Marshall Building, Downing Site, Cambridge
Thu 23rd Mar 2:00pmSomatosensory participation in human motor learning
Chaucer Club
David Ostry (McGill University) MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, 15 Chaucer Road, Cambridge - Lecture Theatre
Fri 24th Mar 12:30pmGender equality in academia: why and how
Department of Pharmacology Seminar Series
Prof Paul Walton Dept of Chemistry, University of York Seminar Room (Level 2), Dept of Pharmacology Join online: Meeting ID: 990 6380 2794 Passcode: Fy7GsDg46x
Thu 30th Mar 12:00pmOligodendroglia during development and disease: insights from single-cell and spatial epigenomics
Myelin Repair
Professor Gon├žalo Castelo-Branco, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.Zoom and in person
Thu 30th Mar 3:00pmTitle to be confirmed
Making connections- brains and other complex systems
Prof. Tony Zador, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Online
Mon 3rd Apr 4:00pmHow microglia shape synapse homeostasis
Microglia webinar series
Prof. Michela Matteoli. Humanitas Research Hospital, Milan, Italy
Tue 25th Apr 6:00pmNaked mole rats in ageing
Cambridge University Longevity Society 2022-2023 Series
Ewan St. John Smith, Department of Pharmacology, University of CambridgeDepartment of Chemistry (Wolfson lecture theatre)
Fri 28th Apr 4:30pmWhat the science of reading can contribute to the history of writing, and vice versa
Zangwill Club
Professor Aaron Koller, Yeshiva University, New YorkGround Floor Lecture Theatre, Department of Psychology
Tue 2nd May 4:00pmMicroglia, astrocytes, and synapse degeneration in Alzheimer's disease
Microglia webinar series
Prof. Tara Spires-Jones. University of Edinburgh, UK
Fri 5th May 4:30pmThe DNA revolution and psychology
Zangwill Club
Professor Robert Plomin (King's College, London)Ground Floor Lecture Theatre, Department of Psychology
Tue 9th May 4:00pmProfessor Amy Milton
Cambridge Neuroscience Interdisciplinary Seminars
Professor Amy Milton, Department of PsychologyRegister on Zoom - link in abstract
Fri 12th May 4:30pmChrysippus' dog and the origins of modal concepts
Zangwill Club
Professor Josep Call, University of St AndrewsGround Floor Lecture Theatre, Department of Psychology
Tue 16th May 4:00pmDr Timothy O'Leary
Cambridge Neuroscience Interdisciplinary Seminars
Dr Timothy O'Leary, Department of EngineeringRegister on Zoom - link in abstract
Fri 19th May 4:30pmDistributed brain network activities in memory resilient to extinction
Zangwill Club
The host for this talk is David Belin
Dr David Dupret (Oxford University)Ground Floor Lecture Theatre, Department of Psychology
Tue 23rd May 4:00pmDr Andras Lakatos
Cambridge Neuroscience Interdisciplinary Seminars
Dr Andras Lakatos, Department of Clinical NeurosciencesRegister on Zoom - link in abstract
Tue 30th May 4:00pmImmunosuppression for Parkinson's disease - a new therapeutic strategy?
Cambridge Neuroscience Interdisciplinary Seminars
Dr Caroline Williams-Gray, Department of Clinical NeurosciencesRegister on Zoom - link in abstract
Mon 5th Jun 4:00pmDysfunctional microglia: key players in the pathogenesis of brain diseases
Microglia webinar series
Prof. Rosa Paolicelli. UNIL Lausanne, Switzerland
Mon 3rd Jul 4:00pmTitle to be confirmed
Microglia webinar series
Dr. Jonas Neher. DZNE T├╝bingen, Germany