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University of Colorado Center for NeuroScience Denver

Center for NeuroSurgery
 

Welcome to the Center for NeuroScience

CNS Annual Symposium
August 9, 2016
Hensel Phelps West Auditorium  
Schedule of Events
 
Brief welcome from Jeffrey Bennett, MD, PhD, CNS Associate Director of Basic/Translational Research
 
2:00     
John Thompson, PhD
Neurophysiology of Parkinson's disease: From mouse to man
 Yogendra Raol, PhD
“TRPV1 channel: A potential therapeutic target to treat early-life seizures
 David Beckham, MD
“Mechanisms of Alpha-synuclein induced restriction of viral infections in the Central Nervous system
 Santos Franco, PhD
“Novel Interactors of the Reelin Signaling Pathway and their Potential Roles in Healthy Brain Function and
Alzheimer's Disease Pathology
 
3:00
Intro by Angie Ribera, PhD, CNS Associate Director for Cores
Nanoscopy:   Stephanie Meyer, PhD
Rodent InVivo Neurophysiology:Yogendra Raol, PhD
Optogenetics and Neural Engineering: Andrew Scallon 
 
4:00 Intro by Diego Restrepo, PhD, CNS Director
Adam Cohen, PhD
Harvard University
Neural Engineering Center
 
Keynote Address:
All-optical electrophysiology in neurons and the brain
 
5:00 Hors d’oeuvre Reception: First Floor Lobby
 
 
The Center for NeuroScience (CNS) brings together researchers, physicians and community members with a common interest in neuroscience to collaborate and share valuable resources. Our members share common goals of promoting graduate education in neuroscience, increasing both lab and clinical applications of neuroscience, and educating the community about neuroscience projects and clinical trials within the School of Medicine.
  

Those interested specifically in the education arm of the Neuroscience program, go to the Neuroscience Graduate Training Program website.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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Join our group of experts:

  • be eligible to apply for seed/pilot grant funding;
  • have access to specialized core facilities;
  • receive reduced rates for core services;
  • gain a network of collaborators for translational research;
  • have access to administrative support for multi-disciplinary neuroscience grant applications.

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