Brain & Behaviour Series 2017 - 2018All talks begin at 4:00 pm sharp in Room 560A, Ground Floor, Sidney Smith Hall), 100 St. George Street (unless otherwise indicated).
ALL ARE WELCOME!
DR. JASON LERCH, Hospital for Sick Children
Talk Title: The plastic anatomy of the brain
BO LI, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory
Talk Title: The amygdala circuits in the regulation of divergent behaviors
NOTE: Talk will begin at 4:15 in Room 110, Ramsay Wright, 25 Harbord Street. Reception to follow in room 4043 Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St. George Street.
DR. DAPHNA BUCHSBAUM, Psychology, University of Toronto
Talk Title: What did you do that for: How do children, capuchin monkeys and dogs learn from others?
BRAIN & BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH DAY
Iva Zovkic (UTM) Untanglingthe role of histone variants in memory
Junchul Kim & Robin Nguyen(St. George) Evaluating the function of cholecystokinin and parvalbumininterneurons in working memory
Rutsuko Ito (UTSC) Cortico-limbic-striatalsystems and approach-avoidance conflict processing
Sheena Josselyn (SickKids) LinkingMemories
Melissa Holmes (UTM) Neuroendocrinologyof social phenotype in eusocial mammals
Paul Frankland (SickKids) Hippocampalneurogenesis and forgetting
Loren Martin (UTM) Thesocial and environmental modulation of pain
Martin Ralph (St. George) Potentialconsequences of temporal disorder in the regulation of thought and action
Paul Fletcher (CAMH) Rewarduncertainty, dopamine sensitization and gambling-like behaviour
Ashley Monks (UTM) Androgenreceptor and sexual differentiation of brain and behaviour
Kaori Takehara (St. George) Mnemonicvalue code in the medial prefrontal cortex
NOTE: This event runs from 12:00 - 5:00 p.m. in room 4043, Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St. George Street with reception to follow.
SYLVAIN WILLIAMS PhD, McGill University
Talk Title: What can we learn by visualizing neuronal cell assemblies during behavior?
Location: Room 2117, Sidney Smith Hall, 100 St. George St.
NOTE: Talk will start at 4:15 pm
MAITHE ARRUDA-CARVALHO, PhD, Psychology, University of Toronto at Scarborough
Talk Title: Maturation of the prefrontal-amygdala circuit and emotional learning
LAURA CORBIT, PhD, Psychology, University of Toronto St George
Talk Title: Understanding the effects of diet on decision-making and the neural circuits underlying behavioural control
Kaori Takehara at firstname.lastname@example.org or Laura Corbit at email@example.com