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Neuroscience Special Seminars

The Department of Neuroscience holds special seminars outside of the regular seminar series. Please note the day, time & location below. Please join us and welcome each invited seminar speaker.

Neuroscience Seminar Series

The Department of Neuroscience holds seminars to inform and update the medical community on current research.  Seminars are held on designated Tuesdays in MedDent NE401 at 12:00 pm unless otherwise noted.  Please join us and welcome each invited seminar speaker.  Check back often for updates.

September 20, 2022
Elise Cope, PhD
Associate Professor
Department of Neuroscience
University of Virginia

Host: Kathy Maguire-Zeiss, PhD
Title: “Exploring hippocampal adult-born neurons, glia, and perineuronal nets in social memory”

October 4, 2022
Howard Fox, MD/PhD
Senior Associate Dean of Research & Development – College of Medicine
Professor – Department of Neurological Sciences
Director – Center for Integrative & Translational Neuroscience
University of Nebraska Medical Center

Host: Italo Mocchetti, PhD
Title: “Neuropathogenic Microglia: Single Cell Analysis in HIV/SIV, ARV Treatment, and Drug Abuse”

October 25, 2022
Christina S Meade, PhD
Associate Professor
Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Duke University

Host: Xiong Jiang, PhD
Title: “TBA”

November 29, 2022
Nicole Calakos, MD, PhD
Distinguished Professor of Neurobiology
Professor in Neurology
Professor in Neurobiology
Professor of Cell Biology
Duke University

Host: Rebekah Evans, PhD
Title: TBA

December 20, 2022


January 24, 2023


February 7, 2023
Laurel Buxbaum, PsyD
Associate Director
Director of Cognition and Action Laboratory 
Research Professor of Rehabilitation Medicine
Thomas Jefferson University

Host: Ella Striem-Amit, PhD
Title: TBA

February 28, 2023
Hey-Kyoung Lee, PhD
Department of Neuroscience
Johns Hopkins

Host: Bill Rebeck, PhD
Title: “TBA”

Neurotopics Seminar Series

The Neurotopics Seminar Series is a departmental gathering which aims to increase awareness of ongoing research in the department and to foster collaboration among the neuroscience community. Seminars will resume at a later date.  Check back often for updates. 

Thank you for your participation and support for these seminars.

Check our department calendar for a schedule of additional upcoming events:

Neuroscience Calendar of Events (new window)