Seminars and Events
Feb. 28, 12:30pm, MBH 220:
(lunch available at 12:15)
Adam Weaver, Biology Dept,
St. Michael's College
“Life-Sustaining Rhythm: Neuronal Analysis and Mathematical
Models of the Leech Heartbeat System
Feb. 28, 12:30pm (MBH 216):
Mike Stefanik ('08.5), Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Neuroscience
Medical University of South Carolina
"What's light got to do with it? Optogenetic control of drug seeking in rats"
April 18, (time, room TBA):
Cameron Bryant, Ph. D.
Director of the Laboratory of Addiction Genetics
Boston University School of Medicine
Prof. Daniel Schacter, Harvard University:
Thursday April 17, 4:30pm, MBH (TBA)
GENERAL AUDIENCE LECTURE:
"The Seven Sins of Memory"
Friday April 18th, 12:30pm,_MBH (TBA)
(lunch available at 12:15pm)
"Constructive Memory and Imagining the Future"
Professor Schacter is a Psychology Professor at Harvard University. He is the principal investigator of the Cognitive Neuroscience lab at Harvard. Professor Schacter's research explores the relation between conscious and unconscious forms of memory, the nature of memory distortions, how individuals use memory to imagine possible future events, enhancement of online learning, as well as the effects of aging on memory. I was working with Professor Schacter as a research assistant on one of his projects on memory and future thinking: an area of cognitive science that he has pioneered. Since a lot of Professor Schacter's recent projects have been looking at 'memory' in a very novel way from what we know and learn from textbook, having him as a speak will not only broaden our understanding on human cognition, but also teach us a systematic way of conducting a scientific study.
Sponsored by the Biology Class of '88 Lecture Fund
October 16, 2013, 6:00pm, MBH 309:
Neuroscience Meet & Greet!
October 17, 2013, 4:30pm, MBH 220: