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Graduate Neuroscience Program

1000 East University Ave.

Department 3166

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-6446

Fax: (307) 766-5625

Email: flynn@uwyo.edu

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Seminars & Lectures

Graduate Neuroscience Program

The Neuroscience and Physiology Seminar Series features a variety of guest speakers and local researchers discussing an assortment of related topics. Seminars take place Thursdays 12:00-1:00 pm in Biological Sciences 309.

For more information, please contact Vivek Krishnan or Leo Liu.

Neurophysiology Spring 2017 Seminar Schedule


Date

Speaker & Affiliation

Seminar Title

Host
1/26/17

 

2/2/17

Dr. Robert Speth

Nova Southeastern University

The Dangers of Dietary Supplements Dr. Travis Brown
2/9/17

 

2/16/17

 

2/23/17

 

3/2/17

 Dr. Gino Cortopassi

UC Davis

Mitochondrial pathophysiology in neurodegeneratoin and its amelioration with repurposed drugs Dr. Jonathan Fox
3/9/17

Dr. Bruce Lamb

Stark Neuroscience - Indiana

Unravelling the role of immunity in Alzheimer's disease

Dr. Bill Flynn

3/16/17

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Spring Break
3/23/17

 Dr. Nicholas Graziane

University of Pittsburg

Opposing Neural Circuit Mechanisms Achieve Similar Reward-related Behaviors Dr. Travis Brown
3/30/17

 Dr. Robert Stern

Boston University

Distinguished Neuroscience Lecture - Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy Dr. Bill Flynn
4/6/17

 Dr. Anda Chirila

Harvard University

The role of cutaneous sensory neuron collaterals in tactile coding Dr. Travis Brown
4/13/17

 Dr. Leslie Griffith

Brandeis University

Dr. Kara Pratt
4/20/17

 Dr. Kenneth Liechty

University of Colorado - Denver

Mechanisms and correction of diabetic wound healing impairment Dr. Sree Nair
4/27/17

 Dr. Nathan Rose

Notre Dame

TBA Dr. Meredith Minear

In addition, the Neuroscience Graduate Student Seminar focuses on a different topic each semester. Each week graduate students give presentations and engage in discussions related to the topic. The Spring 2017 semester is focused on Reward Processing. Each fall Dr. Bill Flynn facilitates a discussion of research ethics with the graduate students.


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Graduate Neuroscience Program

1000 East University Ave.

Department 3166

Laramie, WY 82071

Phone: (307) 766-6446

Fax: (307) 766-5625

Email: flynn@uwyo.edu

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