The 2009 M.R. Bauer Foundation
Colloquium Series, Distinguished Lecturer Series and Scientific Retreat
The M.R. Bauer Colloquium Series
Marla B. Feller
University of California, Berkeley
"The Development of Functional Retinal Circuits"
University of California, San Diego
"The Dynamics and Regulation of Synapse Formation"
California Institute of Technology
Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Pasadena, California
"Neural Circuits for Innate Defensive Behaviors in Flies and Mice"
Robert H. Brown Jr.
Harvard Medical School
Massachusetts General Hospital Boston, Massachusetts
"Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis: Lessons from Genetics"
The M.R. Bauer Distinguished Lecturer Series Summaries
Lorna W. Role
State University of New York, Stony Brook Stony Brook, New York
Carol A. Barnes
University of Arizona Tucson, Arizona
"Brain and Behavioral Aging: Molecules, Maps and Memory"
The M.R. Bauer Foundation Scientific Retreat &
Volen National Center for Complex Systems Annual Retreat
Aki Ejima, PhD.
“Courtship decision making is regulated by signal comparison between two olfactory
pheromone pathways in Drosophila melanogaster.”
Piali Sengupta, PhD.
“Pheromone signaling in C. elegans”
Paul Miller, PhD.
“Say that again. How auditory recall depends on verbal stimulus quality.”
Robert Sekuler, Ph.D.
“Human imitation learning: Mechanisms, strategies, and ERPs”