TDLC All-Hands Meeting 2010


It is with great enthusiasm that we invite you to join us in a year-long dialogue on the role of time and timing in learning, across multiple time scales, brain systems, and social systems. The generosity of Dart NeuroScience, LLC, has allowed us to launch our NEW 2015-2016 academic seminar series.

2015-2016 Seminar Schedule

Most seminars are scheduled for 3:00 - 4:00 p.m./PST every other Wednesday at Sanford Consortium, Duane J. Roth Auditorium (directions/ map), which is located at 2880 Torrey Pines Scenic Drive, La Jolla, CA 92037. Additionally, the seminars will be webcast to the DNS campus and the 17 partner institutions of the TDLC. For information, please see the Speaker Logistics page. For a downloadable version of the schedule, please click here.

Date

Speaker

Title

Oct. 14th, 2015

Robert Sutherland
Lethbridge University

Hippocampus & retrograde amnesia: Episodes and knowledge
To view archived webcast, click here

Oct.28th, 2015

Craig Stark
UC Irvine

A cross-species investigation of sequence memory
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Nov. 4, 2015

Terry Sejnowski
Salk and UCSD

While You Were Sleeping: Memory Consolidation
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Nov. 18, 2015

Lisa Feldman Barrett
Northeastern University

How emotions are made
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Dec. 2, 2015

Dean Buonomano
UCLA
The Neural Basis of Timing and Temporal Processing

Dec. 9, 2015

Paul Shaw
Washington University
in St. Louis

Can sleep fix a broken brain?
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Jan. 13, 2016

Howard Eichenbaum
Boston University

The Hippocampus: Memory in Tim
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Jan. 27, 2016

Richard Morris
University of Edinburgh

Memory Consolidation: Synaptic Tagging and Schemas
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Feb. 3, 2016

James McGaugh
UC Irvine

Endogenous Modulation of Memory Consolidation: Why Lasting Memories Are Not Made Instantly
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Feb. 17, 2016

April Benasich
Rutgers University

Brain waves, oscillations, and precise timing: Determinants of pre-linguistic auditory mapping
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Mar. 2, 2016

Eva Pastalkova
Janelia Farms

Hippocampal fast sequences and episodic memory
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Mar. 30, 2016

Tracey Shors
Rutgers University

MAP Training: A Neurogenesis-Inspired Intervention that combines Mental and Physical Training to Enhance Brain Health in Humans
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Apr. 13, 2016

Annette Karmiloff-Smith
University of London

What could babies with Down syndrome possibly tell us about Alzheimer's dementia in adults? From genes to brains to cognition
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Apr. 27, 2016

Kalanit Grill-Spector
Stanford University

The functional neuroanatomy of face perception
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May 11, 2016

Joe Tsien
Georgia Regents University

On the origins of intelligence: A wiring and computational logic of the brain
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May 25, 2016

David Glanzman
UCLA

Nonsynaptic Storage of Long-Term Memory in Aplysia
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June 1, 2016

Marlene Behrmann
Carnegie Mellon University

'What' versus 'Where'/'How'/'What'
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June 22, 2016

Barbara Shinn-Cunningham
Boston University

Behavioral and neural measures of the dynamics of auditory attention
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July 6, 2016

Ueli Rutishauser
California Institute of Technology

Probing the mechanisms of learning at the single-neuron level in humans
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Aug. 31, 2016

Wenbiao Gan
Skirball Institute of Biomolecular Medicine

Experience-dependent dendritic spine plasticity in the cortex
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Click here to view the 2016-2017 Seminar Schedule
Click here to view the 2014-2015 Seminar Schedule