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Neurobiology & Anatomy Program Project Seminar Series

 

Date: Friday 4th, March 2016 @ 12:00 PM

Seminar Topic: Microglial reactivity in a neonatal rat model of traumatic brain injury

Presentation by:

Lauren Hanlon

Drexel University

Neurobiology and Anatomy

Philadelphia, PA 

 

Date: Friday 11th, March 2016 @ 12:00 PM

Seminar Topic: Research Update

Presentation by:

Kimberly Dougherty, PhD

Assistant Professor

Neurobiology and Anatomy

Drexel University

Philadelphia, PA

 

Date: Friday 25th, March 2016 @ 12:00 PM

Seminar Topic: Microglial reactivity in a neonatal rat model of traumatic brain injury

Presentation by:

Lauren Hanlon

Drexel University

Neurobiology and Anatomy

Philadelphia, PA

 

Date: Friday 1st, April 2016 @ 12:00 PM

Seminar Topic:

Presentation by:

Dr. Mei Xu

Assistant Professor of Anatomy

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine

Philadelphia, PA 

April 22Dr. Michael Lane will be presenting a research update

April 29 – Review of a recent paper (attached) from the Tuszynski lab, led by Dr. Ying Jin

May 6 – Basic principle of patch clamp recording – discussion led by Drs. Kim Dougherty and Wen Jun Gao

May 13 – Research update by Dr. Veronica Tom

May 20 – No PPG – Drexel CoM Commencement Day

May 27 – Research Overview presented by Dr. Shaoping Hou

June 17 – Research update presented by Veronica Tom

September 9 – No PPG but there is a Departmental Seminar at noon

September 16 – Research Update by Dr. Veronica Tom

September 23 – Discussion about 2 proposals that will be submitted: one for a regular session on primary afferent plasticity from Megan Detloff and the second for a panel discussion on ”Exercise as a therapy for neurological dysfunction secondary to spinal cord injury: How to better move physical rehabilitation from animal models of SCI to clinical implementation”.

September 30 - Open

October 7 – Dr. Veronica Tom will present information discussed at a recent NIH workshop that was entitled “Spinal Cord Injury Preclinical Data Workshop: Developing a FAIR Share Community”

October 14 – Seminar presented by Dr. Sarah Mondello (Univ. Washington) entitled “Building bridges with enzymatic and optical interventions”. Lunch for graduate students and postdocs afterward.

October 21 – Open

October 28 – Dr. Megan Detloff and Soha Chhaya will present information from a symposium on “Pain and Itch”

November 4th or 11th - No PPG meeting

Nov 18 – Dr. Frederic Bretzner, University Laval, Quebec – Shedding light on the brainstem and midbrain control of locomotion

Nov 25 – Thanksgiving

Dec 2 – Dr. Christopher Thompson, Temple University, talk entitled “Measurements of synaptic drive and intrinsic excitability through the discharge of motoneurons”

Dec 9 – Dr. David Logan (Giszter Lab), Drexel University, talk entitled "Towards a novel approach to locomotion rehabilitation after SCI leveraging cycle phase and CNS stimulation"

Dec 16 – Department Holiday Party, no meeting

 

 

Michael Goldberger Conference Room

Room 276, Queen Lane Campus

The Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy

Drexel University College of Medicine

2900 Queen Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19129

(215) 991-8401