Invited Speakers 2009/2010


NOTE: Lectures will be held at 11:30 a.m. on the 2nd floor, Fisher Scientific seminar room in the Robarts Research Institute (RRI)

Name
Seminar Title
Date


Dr. David Eagleman
Department of Neuroscience and Psychiatry
Baylor College of Medicine



"Hearing Colours, tasting sounds: the kaleidoscopic brain of synesthesia"
September 21, 2009


Dr. Gregory Demas
Department of Biology
Indiana University

"To everything there is a season: environmental and neuroendocrine regulation of immunity"
October 26, 2009


Dr. Andreas Nieder
Department of Animal
Physiology
University of Tubingen



"Neuronal representation of numerical information in the primate brain"
November 23, 2009

Dr. Bradley Schlaggar Department of Neurology Washington University
School of Medicine

"Typical and atypical development of a dual-network architecture for top down control"

December 14, 2009

Dr. Jennifer Ryan
Department of Psychology
University
of Toronto
The Rotman Research Institute of Baycrest

"The automatic retrieval of relational memories"
February 1, 2010


Dr. Christian Casanova
School of Optometry
University of Montreal


"What does the pulvinar tell us about visual perception"
February 22, 2010


Dr. Josef Rauschecker
Department of Physiology and Biophysics
Georgetown University Medical Center


"Perception and action in the auditory system"

March 29, 2010


Dr. Tirin Moore
Department of Neurobiology
Stanford University School of Medicine


"The neural basis and control of visuospatial attention"

April 26, 2010

NOTE: Lectures will be held at 11:30 a.m. on
the 2nd floor, Fisher Scientific seminar room
in the Robarts Research Institute (RRI).


All faculty and students are encouraged to attend.

This lecture series is organized to foster interdisciplinary research in Neuroscience.
For further information, please contact the Neuroscience Program Office at 519-661-4039.



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