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 2017-2018 academic seminar series. The schedule is still being developed, but a few of the upcoming talks are listed below.

2017-2018 Seminar Schedule

Seminars are scheduled for 4:00 - 5:00 p.m./PST 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.




November 1, 2017

Marty Sereno
San Diego State University
It's Maps All the Way Up (and Down)
To view archived webcast, click here

November 29, 2017

Yingxi Lin
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Learning Induced Synaptic Modulation During Contextual Memory Formation
To view archived webcast, click here

January 10, 2018

Richard Granger
Principles of Brain Design
To view archived webcast, click here

January 17, 2018

Nadine Gaab
Harvard Medical School
The typical and atypical reading brain: How a neurobiological framework of reading development can inform educational practice and policy
To view archived webcast, click here

January 31, 2018

Geoff Schoenbaum
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
Tests of two key predictions of the hypothesis that dopamine transients serve as a cached-value error-signaling system for learning
To view archived webcast, click here

February 21, 2018

Trevor Robbins
Cambridge University
Compulsivity, addiction and OCD: Aberrant learning and fronto-striatal dysregulation  
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March 7, 2018

Sara Mednick
UC Irvine

How Do Heart-Brain Interactions during Sleep Contribute to Memory Consolidation
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March 14, 2018
* Held in 1st floor conference room at Sanford Consortium

John W. Krakauer
Johns Hopkins University

Motor planning and motor skill in health and disease
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March 21, 2018

Bjoern Brembs
University of Regensburg, Germany
The evolutionary conserved neurobiology of operant learning
Click here for Webcast (only viewable during time of event)

March 28, 2018

Pablo Jercog
IDIBAPS & Cellex Inst, Barcelona, Spain


April 18, 2018

Raymond Kesner
The University of Utah
A memory based process analysis of the dorsal and ventral dentate gyrus

April 25, 2018

Philip Burnet
Oxford University

May 2, 2018

Tom Carmichael
Molecular Memory Systems in Neural Repair after Stroke

May 30, 2018

Mari Jones
Ohio State University
Time and how we use it

June 6, 2018

Nicholas Turk-Browne
Yale University
Rethinking memory systems for statistical learning

June 20, 2018

Ted Abel
Iowa Neuroscience Institute

Click here to view the 2016-2017 Seminar Schedule
Click here to view the 2015-2016 Seminar Schedule
Click here to view the 2014-2015 Seminar Schedule

Who is Dart NeuroScience, LLC (DNS)

We are using academic seminar series as a means of sharing a body of excellent science with the larger UCSD Scientific and Education Community, the Temporal Dynamics of Learning Center research community, and the Dart NeuroScience leadership and researchers. DNS is a San Diego-based company engaged in discovering new technologies and developing new therapies to help maintain cognitive vitality throughout life.


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