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Neuroscience Seminar Series

Presented by:
Multidisciplinary Studies Program in Neuroscience
Neuroscience Student Association (join)

Welcome!
The Neuroscience Seminar Series meets during the Spring 2017 semester on Tuesdays or Thursdays from 6pm to 7pm in Rawl 102 or Rawl 105. It features invited graduate/undergraduate student speakers from ECU.
It is a great opportunity to network with others interested in the neurosciences and to further understand the most complex organ we have - the brain! All are welcome. Please direct inquiries to Dr. Tran.

Below is a listing of invited talks for the 2016-2017 Academic Year:
  • Date Invited Speaker Department Title of Talk
    Location 
    03.21.2017 Taylor Leposa
    BS Candidate
    Multidisciplinary Studies Program in Neuroscience Exploring the Impact of Innovative Small Molecules on an Alzheimer's Disease Mouse Model Rawl 105
    03.28.2017 Mira Sampath
    BS Candidate
    Multidisciplinary Studies Program in Neuroscience Long-Term Exercise Programs Drosophilia melanogaster Offspring Metabolic Phenotype Rawl 105
    03.30.2017

    Brooke Svenson
    BS Candidate

    Multidisciplinary Studies Program in Neuroscience

    Effect of Microglial Suppression by Minocyline on Nicotine-Induced Sensitization to Cocaine in the Rat Rawl 102
    Rescheduled TBD
    Aenia Amin
    BS Candidate
    Multidisciplinary Studies Program in Neuroscience The Effects of Prenatal Hormone Exposure on Associative Learning in a Rodent Model of Autism Spectrum Disorder Rawl 105
    04.06.2017Mark Schmitt 
    BS Candidate

    Multidisciplinary Studies Program in Neuroscience
    Changes in Protein Levels During the Development and Decay of Heterologous Tolerance to Morphine at Varying Lengths of TreatmentRawl 102
    04.11.2017Michael Bullock
    BS Candidate
    Multidisciplinary Studies Program in NeuroscienceProtease-Activated Receptors Regulate Growth of Primary Vascular Smooth Muscle CellsRawl 105



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