Monthly Seminar Series

We hold monthly seminars by inviting internal and external speakers from a wide range of areas in brain science and medical science. The topics include those of both basic and clinical science, but with more emphasis on translation. Prior to invited speaker presentation, we arrange a short presentation by young investigators (graduate students, fellows, residents, and junior faculty members) to enhance their opportunities of public presentation.    

Date
Lecture by:
Affiliation
Title
Short talk by:
6/2/2021
Jed Fahey, Sc.D.
Johns Hopkins University
Sulforaphane from Broccoli: Overview of Biochemistry, Safety, Bioavailability, and Mechanisms of Efficacy
N/A
3/3/2021
Misha Plentikov, MD, PhD
University of Buffalo
Astrocyte Bioenergetics and Psychiatric Disorders
N/A
2/3/2021
Craig Powell, MD, PhD
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Genetic Models of Autism: Molecules to Potential Therapeutics
N/A
1/6/2021
Andrew Lane, MD
Johns Hopkins University
Smell ya later: Inflammation and Olfactory Loss
N/A
12/2/2020
Minghong Ma, PhD
University of Pennsylvania
Olfactory Modulation of the Prelimbic Prefrontal Cortex and Mouse Behavior
N/A
11/4/2020
Lena Palaniyappan M.D, Ph.D.
London Health Sciences Centre
Let us reconsider the neuroscientific arguments for early intervention in psychiatry
N/A
03/04/2020
Jubao Duan, PhD
University of Chicago
Functional Genomics of schizophrenia in human stem cell models
Brittany Davis, PhD
02/05/2020
Michael Miller, PhD
Johns Hopkins University
The neuroimaging face of Alzheimer’s disease
Sue Kulason, PhD
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