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 2016-2017 academic seminar series.

2016-2017 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. 12, 2016

Mayank Mehta, Ph.D.
UCLA
From Virtual Reality to Reality: How Neurons Make Memorable Maps
To view archived webcast, click here

Oct.26, 2016

Lucia Jacobs, Ph.D.
UC Berkeley

The PROUST Hypothesis: How Two Vertebrate Olfactory Systems Map the Meaning of Odors Across Space and Time
To view archived webcast, click here

Nov. 16, 2016

Shihab Shamma, Ph.D.
University of Maryland
Temporal coherence and the cortical analysis of complex auditory scenes
To view archived webcast, click here

Jan. 11, 2017

Gary Lynch, Ph.D.
UC Irvine

The cell biology of cognition: From synaptic encoding to episodic memory
To view archived webcast, click here

Jan. 25, 2017

Katherine Rawson, Ph.D.
Kent State University
Helping Students Achieve: The “What” and “When” of Effective Learning Techniques
To view archived webcast, click here

Feb. 8, 2017

Stella Papa, M.D.
Emory University

New insights into the striatal dysfunction of Parkinson’s disease
To view archived webcast, click here

Feb. 22, 2017

Chuck Kalish, Ph.D.
University of Wisconsin-Madison
What Kinds of Statistics Do Young Children Learn?
To view archived webcast, click here

Mar.1, 2017

Elizabeth Buffalo, Ph.D.
University of Washington
Bridging the Gap between the Spatial and Mnemonic Views of the Hippocampus
To view archived webcast, click here

Mar. 22, 2017

Anna Schapiro, Ph.D.
Harvard Med School
Complementary Learning Systems Within the Hippocampus
To view archived webcast, click here

April 5, 2017*

Isabelle Mansuy, Ph.D.
University of Zürich
Transgenerational Epigenetic Inheritance: How early trauma can be engraved in germ cells
*Note: Held at the SDSC Auditorium (click for map/info)
To view archived webcast, click here

April 12, 2017

Andrew Saxe, Ph.D.
Harvard University
A theory of the dynamics of deep learning: Consequences for perceptual learning and semantic development
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Apr. 26, 2017

CANCELLED
Note: Dr. Beverley A. Orser, M.D., Ph.D. - seminar will be rescheduled, date TBD

May 17, 2017

Jocelyne Bachevalier, Ph.D.
Emory University
The Primate Hippocampus: Ontogeny and Early Dysfunction
To view archived webcast, click here (coming soon)

May 24, 2017

Robert Bilder, Ph.D.
UCLA

Working Memory and Psychopathology: MRI, EEG and Neurocognitive Indicators
To view Webcast, click here (link works only during event)

June 14, 2017

David Balota, Ph.D.
Washington Univ.
in St. Louis

Attentional Control, Variability, and Biomarkers for Alzheimer's Disease

June 28, 2017

Antonia Marin-Burgin, Ph.D.
Biomedicine Research Institute of Buenos Aires
Interaction among excitatory and inhibitory circuits in the hippocampus during adult neurogenesis

July 12, 2017

Michael Fanselow, Ph.D.
UCLA
Neural Mechanisms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder 
as seen through stress enhanced fear learning

July 19, 2017

Beverley A. Orser, M.D., Ph.D.
University of Toronto
Extrasynaptic GABAA receptors as novel targets for cognitive viability

Coming in the
2017-2018 series

Geoff Schoenbaum, M.D., Ph.D.
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA)
The Dopaminergic Prediction Error: It's Not What You Think It Is


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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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