The 2003 2004 M.R. Bauer
Colloquium Series, Distinguished Lecturer Series and Scientific Retreat
The M.R. Bauer Colloquium Series
Denis Pare, Ph.D.
"Physiological Properties of Intercalated Amygdala Neurons"
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
"Learning and Memory Mechanisms in the Basal Ganglia: Plasticity in Basal Ganglia Loops"
Jonathan D. Cohen,
"Computational Modeling of Neural Mechanisms Underlying Cognitive Control"
Washington University School of Medicine
"Monitoring Synaptic Competition in Fluorescent Mice"
"Dendritic Integration in Hippocampal Pyramidal Neurons"
Todd Holmes, Ph.D.
New York University
"Circuit-Bashing (and repair) by Transgenic Manipulation of Neural Electrical Excitability"
Michael D. Ehlers,
"Recycling Endosomes, Nonconventional Receptors, and Plasticity Mechanisms at Glutamatergic Synapses"
The M.R. Bauer Distinguished Guest Lecturer Series
University of California, San Diego
Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute
"Signaling and coding in the Mammalian Taste System: Sweet, Bitter, and Umami"
"Possible Role of Recurrent Cortical Networks in Memory and Attention"
The 2004 Volen National Center for Complex
and Biology Symposium on Autism and Behavioral Genomics
Edward Jones, Ph.D.
University of California, Davis
"Defining the Neuronal Phenotype in Major Mental Disorders"
"Sex and the Single Fruit Fly: Courtship Behavior and Learning "
R. Insel, Ph.D.
National Institute of Mental Health
"Social Neuroscience: From Genes to Behavior"
"Molecular Architecture of Pheromone Sensing in Mammals"
MIT and Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research
"Epigenetic Regulation in Development and Disease"