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									                                           SfN Chapters Grant Proposal
                                                Application Form

       1. Name of Chapter: Atlanta Area Neuroscience Chapter

       2. Chapter Representative contact information (name/address/phone/fax/e-mail):
              Kerry J. Ressler, MD, PhD
              Emory University
              Yerkes National Primate Research Center
              954 Gatewood Drive
              Atlanta, GA 30329
              Tel: 404-727-7739
              Fax: 404-727-8070
              kressle@emory.edu

       3. Chapter Treasurer contact information (name/address/phone/fax/e-mail):
              We have an administrative accountant rather than a treasurer.

               Dorothy C. Goodson, CPA, MBA
               Administrator, Dept of Physiology
               Emory University
               615 Michael Street, Room 601
               Atlanta, GA 30322
               Phone (404) 727-7409
               Fax (404) 727-2648
               Email dorothy.goodson@emory.edu

       4. Checks Payable to:
              Emory University: Atlanta Area Neuroscience Chapter

       5. Mailing address for checks:
               Dorothy C. Goodson, CPA, MBA
               Administrator, Dept of Physiology
               Emory University
               615 Michael Street, Room 601
               Atlanta, GA 30322

       6. Summary of Proposal: See p. 3

       7. Specific Goals of Proposal and how it relates to the SfN strategic plan, BAW activities, or
          otherwise promotes increased Chapter membership and activity: See p. 4

       8. Budget: Explanation and Justification: See p. 5

        9. Number of current chapter members: We have 380 active members on our chapter list-serve. To be
considered a chapter member, individuals must self identify to be included and maintained on this list-serve. All
neuroscientists in the Atlanta area are eligible for membership in the Atlanta Chapter. We do not differentiate our
local chapter by academic rank (faculty, post-doctoral fellow, graduate student, undergraduate) so the subsets of
these groups is unknown at this time as we do not record that information on membership files.

       SfN Chapter council members and officers are listed below:

       Officers:
       Resseler, Kerry                       Emory Faculty (President)
       Katz, Paul                            GSU Faculty (Vice-President)
       Murphy, Anne Z.                       GSU Faculty (Past-President)
       Goodson, Dorothy                      Administrative Accountant
Councilors:
Bartness, Tim                      GSU Faculty
Black, Michael                     GSU Post doc rep
Butera, Rob                        GA Tech Faculty
Chen, Ping                         Emory Faculty
Chu, Joanne                        Spelman Faculty
Demetrikopoulos, Melissa           Institute for Biomedical Philosophy Faculty (Atlanta Area rep)
Dodson, Sarah                      Emory Student rep
Ford, Byron                        Morehouse School of Medicine Faculty
Haftel, Valerie                    Morehouse Faculty
Loyd, Dayna                        GSU Student rep
Maguschak, Kim                     Emory Student rep
Nair, Hemu                         Emory Postdoc rep
Petrulis, Aras                     GSU Faculty
Potter, Steve                      GA Tech Faculty
Powell, Kelly                      Center for Behavioral Neuroscience rep
Weinshenker, David                 Emory Faculty
Wenner, Pete                       Emory Faculty

Marshall, Susan                    Administrative Support
Plant, Peggy                       Administrative Support

Brain Balloon Project Local Coordinators: Kyle Frantz and Melissa Demetrikopoulos

10. List of Annual Chapter-Sponsored Events (see emailed file for full details)
       Year Long:           Support for ongoing Seminar Series.
                            * Atlanta Chapter of SfN Grass Lectures
                            * Georgia State University Brains & Behaviors Seminars
                            * Emory University Frontiers in Neuroscience Seminars
                            * Emory University Department of Human Genetics Seminars
                            * Emory University Division of Neuroscience Lectures
                            * Center for Neurodegenerative Disease Seminars
                            * Georgia Institute of Technology School of Biology Graduate Seminars
                            * Morehouse School of Medicine Neuroscience Institute Seminars
                            * Center for Behavioral Neuroscience Research Seminars

       Nov:  *Society for Neuroscience Poster Preview Session and Competition
       Jan:  *Support for the Atlanta Brain Bee coordinated by Atlanta’s NSF Science & Technology
             Center, The Center for Behavioral Neuroscience, specifically for the Career Panel.
       March: *Atlanta’s Brain Awareness Month reaching over 3500 students in metroAtlanta!*
             *Coordination of school visits by neuroscientists to K-12 classrooms.
             *Participation in Brains Rule! Neuroscience Exposition funded by Atlanta’s NSF Science &
             Technology Center, The Center for Behavioral Neuroscience.
             *Co-Sponsorship of South East Nerve Net Meeting at Georgia State University.
       May: * Support for Center for Behavioral Neuroscience Spring Symposium
       June: *Competition for travel funds to Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting.

11. Chapter Web Page: http://biology.gsu.edu/atlanta-neuro/index.htm
Summary of Proposal
We propose to raise public awareness about the brain, neuroscience research, and brain tissue donations by hosting
the Brain Balloon Project during the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) 2006 Annual Meeting in Atlanta. The brain
balloon is a nine-story, hot air balloon shaped like a human brain. Excitement is inherent with such a huge brain,
and we will add a neuroscience education component of hands-on neuroscience activities presented at the base of
the balloon. The potential for public education is enormous, as is the opportunity for neuroscientists to engage in
public education.

After the Brain Balloon Project, the Brain Booth Teaching Modules will become part of a “Lending Library” of
materials available for local neuroscientists to take into K-12 classrooms during Brain Awareness Month. Overall,
this project will enable us to promote several strategic goals of SfN, including the design and implementation of a
“novel initiative linked to neuroscience literacy and education”. It will also increase “involvement of SfN members
and chapters in public education and outreach.” We hope to leverage funds from SfN with funds from local and
national partners, including the Autism Tissue Program of Autism Speaks, making the Brain Balloon Project viable
and exciting for the Atlanta Chapter.
Specific Goals of Proposal
Goal 1: To recruit and train neuroscience students and investigators to engage in public education by designing
hands-on neuroscience activities and presenting them at the base of the brain balloon.
Goal 2: To elevate public awareness about the brain, neuroscience research, and brain tissue donations by hosting
the Brain Balloon Project during the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) 2006 Annual Meeting in Atlanta.

Background
Brain Balloon: The brain balloon, originated by neurosurgeon, Scott Gibbs M.D., has sparked the imagination and
curiosity of millions of observers. Gibbs said: “We’re not just flying a balloon, we’re flying a mission for education….”
Our plan for Atlanta is to enhance the scientific value of the balloon by recruiting neuroscientists to provide fun,
instructional, hands-on neuroscience activities for balloon visitors. The inflation process takes two hours and the
balloon remains inflated for two hours, for a program duration of approximately four hours.

Atlanta Chapter: The Atlanta Chapter of the SfN maintains a strong commitment to brain awareness throughout the
year with school visits and public events, but we focus our efforts on Brain Awareness Month (March). In 2006, we
visited nearly 100 K-12 classes and over 3,500 students. We also participated in a Neuroscience Expo at Zoo
Atlanta. Nearly 4,000 zoo visitors participated in interactive activities similar to those we propose to design for the
brain balloon. Finally, our Lending Library of neuroscience teaching materials provides models, kits, supplies, and
lesson plans for volunteers to use. The SfN Annual Meeting here in Atlanta provides another unique opportunity to
bring neuroscience education to our public.

Goal 1 Summary: We aim to recruit and train neuroscience students and investigators to engage in public
education by designing and implementing hands-on neuroscience activities for the base of the brain balloon.
Volunteers will be recruited through the Autism Speaks local walk affiliates program, as well as university and
advocacy group websites. Some volunteers will receive university internship credit. By hosting the balloon during
the SfN meeting, we also hope to collaborate with neuroscientists from outside Atlanta. Working in small groups
before the event, volunteers will identify topics to teach, then revise or design short lessons that can be modified for
audiences of different ages and stages. For example, one activity will aim to raise awareness about the importance
of brain tissue donations for neuroscience research.
Goal 1 Assessment: Brain Balloon volunteers will complete pre- and post-event surveys on their abilities to teach
neuroscience, and on public knowledge about neuroscience. These instruments will 1) measure the impact of the
volunteer experience (e.g. whether it increases likelihood of future participation), and 2) help gauge the visitors’
knowledge (e.g. for improvement of activities).

Goal 2 Summary: We predict that 2,000 members of the public will visit the balloon. We aim to increase their
interest in neuroscience not only by displaying the super-sized brain, but also by engaging them in hands-on
neuroscience activities. Giveaway items will allow them to take away knowledge, educational supplies, and
reminders of their interest and involvement in neuroscience.
Goal 2 Assessment: Brain Balloon visitors who wish to spin the prize wheel will be required to complete a “Prize
Questionnaire” (survey) regarding how they liked the event and what they learned. These instruments will 1)
measure attitudes toward neuroscience, and 2) provide insight on the content acquired.

Alignment with the Society for Neuroscience Strategic Plan
This event fulfills several goals of the SfN’s Public Education Strategy by “improving public understanding
about health and basic scientific processes.” Specifically, Action Plan 1.a. calls SfN members to “…partner
with other professions/associations to develop materials ….and to support members engaging in pubic
education and outreach”. The Autism Tissue program was one of our community partners for last year’s
Brain Awareness Month activities and will be a primary sponsor of the Brain Balloon Project, promoting the
importance of neuroscience research and the necessity of brain tissue donations. We also hope to
collaborate with the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives and our local Center for Behavioral Neuroscience.
Furthermore, the Brain Balloon Project will address Action Plan 2: “Increase involvement of SfN members
and chapters in Public Education and Outreach - Using the committee structure of SfN for guidance and
feedback, catalyze a shift in the professional culture of SfN members and chapters to more consistently
include and embrace public communication, outreach, and education about neuroscience.” Finally, by
disseminating findings from the program in the Brain Awareness Week report and journal publications, we
enable other neuroscientists to improve the quality and quantity of their public education programs.
Budget Justification
All budget figures are based on experience with similar activities (School Visits, Neuroscience Expo).

Budget: Total Brain Balloon Project Budget = $30, 000
The total costs for this event is estimated to be approximately $30,000. The biggest component of this budget is the
actual cost of delivering and setting up the Brain Balloon. This cost is being paid by the Autism Tissue Program of
Autism Speaks. Other matching funding is being provided locally and by local and national partners.

Requested Budget from SfN Chapter grant program = $2,000


Hands-On Neuroscience Activities: Permanent Materials                                            $1000
Funds are requested for the purchase of non-consumable materials for the educational booths, such as models,
measuring devices, props, etc. These materials will become part of our permanent Lending Library of neuroscience
teaching materials and will be used for future programs, including school visits and the annual Neuroscience Expo at
Zoo Atlanta. Thus, these materials will provide long-term improvement in our neuroscience educational effort
beyond the Brain Balloon Project.

Hands-On Neuroscience Activities: Consumable Materials                                             $500
Funds are requested for the purchase of supplies for the hands-on neuroscience activities. The funds would allow
volunteers to purchase materials which are consumed during the program, such as the materials needed to make
“incredible edible neurons”. These materials will allow balloon visitors to engage fully in hands-on activities.

The Brain Balloon Printing and Copying Costs                                                      $500
Funds are requested for designing, printing, and copying materials (e.g. handouts, booklets, and signs for hands-on
activities). Once developed, the materials will become part of the permanent local Lending Library of Neuroscience
materials and will be used for future educational programs. On the other hand, some materials will be specific to the
brain balloon and will allow us to take advantage of the unique opportunity offered by the brain balloon and the
annual meeting location in Atlanta.

Leveraging Funds: Funds provided in this grant will expand the Brain Balloon Project already supported by the
Autism Tissue Program. We hope that further support from SfN will spark even more enthusiasm among other
groups such as the Dana Alliance for Brain Initiatives, our local Center for Behavioral Neuroscience, and other local
and national partners. A grant to the Atlanta Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience will increase the ability of our
chapter members to participate effectively in public education.


Atlanta Chapter Activities, 2005-2006:

Atlanta Area Neuroscience Chapter         Location: Loudermilk Center               Emory University
Past Events                               (directions)                              Yerkes Neuroscience Division Lecture
                                                                                    Series
June 2006                                 May 2006                                  Speaker: Thomas D. Albright, PhD
                                                                                    Professor and Chair of the Vision
Georgia State University                  Georgia State University                  Center Laboratory
Brains & Behavior Distinguished                                                     Salk Insitute for Biological Studies
                                          Brains & Behavior Distinguished
Lecture Series                            Lecture Series                            Title: “Neural correlates of
                                          Speaker: Alison Fleming                   knowledge”
                                          Univ. of Toronto                          Date: May 11, 2006
**Please Note new date, time, and                                                   Time: 4 pm
location                                  Date: May 9, 2006
                                          Title: Psychobiology of Maternal          Location: VRC Seminar Room
June 14, 2006                                                                       Call Yerkes Shuttle for transportation:
Speaker: Gene Robinson                    Behavior: What the rat mother can
                                          tell us about human mothering.            404-783-7803
University of Illinois                                                              Yerkes Parking Deck has limited
Title: Overachievers: What Honey          Time: 10:00AM
                                          Location: Commerce Building 14th          parking for visitors
Bees Teach us about Genes, Brain,                                                   For additional information contact
and Social Behavior                       floor, Stern Room
                                                                                    Susan Marshall (404-727-1737;
Time: 2:00PM                                                                        smmarsh@emory.edu
or Peggy Plant (404-727-                  9:30 a: John Byrne, PhD, University     Title: TBA
7730;peggy@rmy.emory.edu)                 of Texas Medical School at              Date: April 7th
                                          Houston: Cellular and Molecular         Time: 12:15pm
CBN Spring Symposium on BRAIN             Mechanisms of Operant Reward            Location: Whitehead Research
MECHANISMS of                             Learning                                Auditorium
REWARD and REINFORCEMENT!                 in Aplysia
Date: May 20th                                                                    Georgia State University
Time: 9a-4p (Schedule)                    10:30 a: Jim Pfaus, PhD, Concordia      Conference on Origin and Regulation
Speakers:                                 University: Tracing the Path of         of Bursting Activity in Neurons
John Byrne, PhD, University of            Cupid'sArrow: How Mechanisms of         Key Note Speakers:
Texas Medical School at Houston:          Sexual Reward Stimulate Sexual          Bard Ermentrout (Pittsburgh)
Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms         Preferences                             John Guckenheimer (Cornell)
of Operant Reward Learning in                                                     Eve Marder (Brandeis)
Aplysia                                   11:15 a: Regina Carelli, PhD,           Nino Ramirez (Chicago)
                                          University of North Carolina, Chapel    John Rinzel (NYU)
Jim Pfaus, PhD, Concordia                 Hill: Real-Time Monitoring of Brain     David Terman (Ohio State)
University: Tracing the Path of           Reward Processing during Behavior       Date: April 7-8, 2006
Cupid's
Arrow: How Mechanisms of Sexual           noon - 1:15 p: Lunch at WHSCAB          Emory University
Reward Stimulate Sexual                   Plaza (selected research posters for    Frontiers in Neuroscience
Preferences                               viewing during this time)               Speaker: Christopher A. Walsh,
                                                                                  M.D,Ph.D.
Regina Carelli, PhD, University of        1:30 p: Peter Holland, PhD, Johns
                                                                                  Howard Hughes Medical Institute,
North Carolina, Chapel Hill:              Hopkins University: A Neural
                                                                                  BIDMC, Harvard University ;
Real-Time Monitoring of Brain             Systems Analysis of the Potentiation    Co-sponsored with the Center for
Reward Processing during Behavior         of Feeding by Conditioned Stimuli       Neurodegenerative Disease
                                                                                  Title: TBA
Peter Holland, PhD, Johns Hopkins         2:20 p: Elizabeth Murray, PhD,
                                                                                  Date: April 13th
University: A Neural Systems              National Institute of Mental Health:
                                                                                  Time: 12:15pm
Analysis of the Potentiation of           Interaction of Instinct, Affect, and
                                                                                  Location: Whitehead Research
Feeding by Conditioned Stimuli            Action in Amygdala and                  Auditorium
                                          Orbitofrontal Cortex
Elizabeth Murray, PhD, National                                                   Emory University
Institute of Mental Health:               3:00 p: Greg Berns, MD/PhD, Emory
                                          University: The Neurobiological         Yerkes Neuroscience Division
Interaction of Instinct, Affect, and                                              Lecture Series
Action in Amygdala and                    Impact of Time and Other Worthless
                                          Non-events                              Speaker: Scott H. Frey, PhD
Orbitofrontal Cortex                                                              Director, Lewis Center for
                                          Feel free to ask any of the committee   Neuroimaging &
Greg Berns, MD/PhD, Emory
                                          members listed below about the          Assistant Professor of Psychology
University: The Neurobiological
                                          symposium or the lunch. We look         University of Oregon
Impact of
                                          forward to seeing you there!                         s
                                                                                  Title: “What' so special about
Time and Other Worthless Non-                                                     human tool use: Insights from
events                                                                            Functional Brain Imaging?”
                                                                                  Date: April 13, 2006
Schedule:                                                                         Time: 4 pm
                                          April 2006                              Location: VRC Seminar Room
Over lunch from 12-1:15 p, we invite                                              Call Yerkes Shuttle for
you to dine with the symposium            Georgia State University                transportation: 404-783-7803
speakers. Please send an email to         South East Nerve Net Conference         Yerkes Parking Deck has limited
kfrantz@gsu.edu to reserve a place        Talks and Posters                       parking for visitors
at a table with any of the six            Date: Saturday April 1, 2006            For additional information contact
speakers. Reservations will be            Location: Georgia State University      Susan Marshall (404-727-1737;
made                                      Student Center                          smmarsh@emory.edu
on a first-come, first-served basis, so                                           or Peggy Plant (404-727-
email today! The speakers                 Emory University                        7730;peggy@rmy.emory.edu)
are listed below, with approximate        Frontiers in Neuroscience
times of presentation.                    Speaker: Regina M. Carelli, Ph.D.
                                          (CANCELED)                              Georgia State University
8:30 a: Continental breakfast             University of North Carolina , Chapel   Graduate Seminar Series
9:00 a: Welcoming remarks, H.             HIll                                    Speaker: Mark Noble
Elliott Albers, Ph.D., Kyle J. Frantz,    Neuroscience Grant Speaker, Host:       Dept. of Biomedical Genetics,
Ph.D. and Darryl Neill, Ph.D.             Jessica McClung                         University of Rochester
Title: “Stem Cell Medicine: The       March 2006                              Location: Whitehead Research
Comprehensive Plan”                                                           Auditorium
Date: April 14th                      Emory University (CANCELED)
Time: Friday 9:30 - 10:30AM           Yerkes Neuroscience Division            Emory University
Location: 200 GC                      Lecture Series                          Psychology Department Colloquium
Host: Dr. Paul Katz                   Speaker: Robert M Sapolsky, PhD         Speaker: Paul Glimcher
                                      John A. and Cynthia Fry Gunn            New YorkUniversity
Emory University                      Professor                               Title: The Neural Basis of Choice:
NEUROLOGY GRAND ROUNDS                Dept. Biological Sciences, Stanford     Learning and Representing Expected
Speaker: Christopher A. Walsh,        University                              Utility
M.D., Ph.D.                           Depts. of Neurology and                 Date: Monday March 6, 2006
Investigator, Howard Hughes           Neurological Sciences, and of           Time: 4:00pm
Medical Institute, BIDMC              Neurosurgery,                           Location: White Hall 205
Bullard Professor of Neurology        Stanford University School of           Reception to follow in Psychology
Director, Harvard-MIT M.D., Ph.D.     Medicine                                Dept. Rm. 201
Program                               Title:"Stress, neurodegeneration, and
Harvard Medical School                strategies for saving the endangered    Emory University
Title: Human Mental Retardation:      neuron"                                 Frontiers in Neuroscience
Genes that control of the size and    Date: March 1, 2006                     Speaker: Geert de Vries, Ph.D.
shape                                 Time: 1 pm                              University of Massachusetts ,
of the Human Cerebral Cortex          Location: NSB Seminar Room              Amherst
Date: Friday, April 14, 2006          Call Yerkes Shuttle for                 Neuroscience Grant Guest Speaker,
Time: 10:30 a.m.                      transportation: 404-783-7803            Host: Todd Ahern
Location: Emory Hospital Auditorium   Yerkes Parking Deck has limited
                                                                              Title: Vasopressin as an example of
- 2nd floor                           parking for visitors                    how to make a Male or Female Brain
                                      For additional information contact      Date: March 9th
                                      Susan Marshall (404-727-1737;           Time: 12:15pm
Emory University                      smmarsh@emory.edu                       Location: Whitehead Research
Frontiers in Neuroscience             or Peggy Plant (404-727-
                                                                              Auditorium
Speaker: Lena Ting, Ph.D.             7730;peggy@rmy.emory.edu)
Wallace H. Coulter Department of                                              Emory University
Biomedical Engineering,
                                      CBN Undergraduate Seminar               Center for Neurodegenerative
Georgia Institute of Technology/
                                      Spelman College                         Disease Seminar
Emory University
                                      Speaker: Rebecca Craft, Ph.D.           Speaker: James Battey, MD, PhD
Title: TBA
                                      Associate Professor, Dept. of           Director of NIDCD, NIH
Date: April 20th                                                              Title: "A Bright Future for Research
Time: 12:15pm                         Psychology
                                      Washington State University             in Communication and its Disorders"
Location: Whitehead Research
                                      Date: March 1st                         DATE: FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 2006
Auditorium
                                      Time: TBA                               TIME: 12:00 - 1:00PM
                                      Location: Spelman College, Room         PLACE: Whitehead Conference 500-
Georgia State University                                                      5^th Floor
Graduate Seminar Series               130, Tapley Hall
                                                                              For Further info Contact: Darcal
Speaker: Steve M. Potter                                                      Dixon 727-3727 or via email
Dept. of Biomedical Engineering,      Georgia State University
                                                                              ~lunch served @11:45am~
Georgia Institute of Technology       Graduate Seminar Series
Title: "Epilepsy and Learning in      Speaker: Timothy McClintock
                                      Dept. of Physiology, Univ. of           ACSFN Brain Awareness Month
Cultured Networks"
                                      Kentucky                                Date: March 13th-19th
Date: April 21st
                                      Title: “Olfactory Genomics”             Website: Brains Awarness
Time: Friday 9:30 - 10:30AM
Location: 200 GC                      Date: Mar 3
Host: Dr. Chun Jiang                  Time: Friday 9:30 - 10:30AM             Georgia State University
                                      Location: 200 GCB                       CBN Seminar
                                      Host: Dr. Charles Derby                 CBN Brain Awareness Month
Emory University
                                                                              Keynote Seminar
Frontiers in Neuroscience
                                                                              Speaker: Robert DeHaan, Ph.D.
PROGRAM BUSINESS MEETING
                                      Emory University                        Professor Emeritus,
Title: TBA
                                      Frontiers in Neuroscience               Sr. Science Advisor, Educational
Date: April 27th                                                              Studies
Time: 12:15pm                         NEUROSCIENCE RECRUITMENT
                                      #1                                      Emory University
Location: Whitehead Research
                                      Advanced Student Speakers               TItle:"Science education and science
Auditorium
                                      Title: TBA                              literacy: an international perspective"
                                      Date: March 3rd                         Date: March 14th
                                      Time: 12:15pm                           Time: 6:30 – 8 pm
Location: GSU, Brown Room, 18th         For additional information contact      pathological pain signaling in the
Floor, Commerce Club Bldg.              Susan Marshall (404-727-1737;           dorsal horn of the spinal cord"*
                                        smmarsh@emory.edu                       Date: March 30th
                                        or Peggy Plant (404-727-                Time: 12:15pm
CBN BAM Feature Seminar                 7730;peggy@rmy.emory.edu)               Location: Whitehead Research
Speaker: Robert DeHaan, Ph.D.,                                                  Auditorium
Professor Emeritus, Sr. Science         Emory University
Advisor, Educational Studies            GENETICS SEMINAR SERIES                 Georgia State University
Emory University                        Speaker: Wayne Frankel, Ph.D.           South East Nerve Net Conference
Date: March 21st                        Jackson Laboratory                      Evening Reception and Special
Time: TBA                               Bar Harbor, ME                          Programs
Location: TBA                           Title: “Genetics of new and old         Date: Friday March 31, 2006
                                        mouse models for epilepsy”              Location: Georgia Aquarium
CBN Seminar                             Date: Monday, March 27, 2006
Emory University                        Time: 12:00pm-1:00pm                    Emory University
Speaker: Jeff Blaustein, Ph.D.          Location: Whitehead Research Bldg.      Sutin Memorial Symposium
Professor, Dept. of Psychology,         Whitehead Auditorium                    A Celebration of Molecular
Center for                              Ground Floor, Rm. G01                   Neuroscience
Neuroendocrine Studies;
                                                                                Symposium Schedule (PDF)
Neuroscience and Behavior Program       Emory College Program in                Speakers:
University of Massachusetts             Science & Society                       Robert DeHaan, Emory University -
Title: "Hormones and behavior           and the Emory Tibet Partnership         "On Scientific Mentoring: A Tribute
without hormones: Influences of the     Title: Mind-Body Connections and        to Jerry Sutin"
social
                                        the Search for Health Past, Present,
environment"                            & Future                                Louis J. DeFelice, Vanderbilt
Lecture Flyer (pdf)                     Speaker:                                University-
Date: March 21st                        Anne Harrington, Ph.D.                  "Molecular Biophysics of
Time: 6:30 – 8 pm                       History of Science Department,          Neurotransmitter Transport"
Location: Yerkes VRC Seminar
                                        Harvard University
Room                                                                            Randy D. Blakely, Vanderbilt
                                        and Nat C. Robertson Distinguished
Parking is FREE in the Yerkes           Professor in Science & Society,         University-
parking deck - Main gate to Yerkes      Emory                                   "Serotonin Transporters on the
closes                                  University                              Move: New Insights into Autism"
and locks at 7:15 pm so be there
before that time. Check Emory'   s                                              Joseph C. Besharse, Medical
                                        Charles Raison, M.D.
website for location and directions.
                                        Mind-Body Program, Department of        College of Wisconsin-
                                        Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences      "Genetic Analysis of Circadian
Emory University                        Emory University School of Medicine     Clocks in the Retina: Mutation of
Frontiers in Neuroscience                                                       Period-3 Results in Photoreceptor
Speaker: Shawn Hochman, Ph.D.           Pema Dorjee, Menrampa                   Degeneration"
Department of Physiology, Emory         Chairman, Tibetan Medical Council*
University School of Medicine           Date: March 29, 2006*                   Criss Hartzell, Emory University-
Title: TBA                              Location: Woodruff Health Sciences      "Looking Chloride Channels in the
Date: March 23rd                        Administration Building 1440 Clifton    Eye: Bestrophins and Retinal
Time: 12:15pm                           Road                                    Degeneration"
Location: Whitehead Research            Time: Public Reception at 7:00 p.m./*
Auditorium                              Panel Discussion at 7:30 p.m.*/         Charles F. Stevens, Salk Institute-
                                        Free and open to the public.            "The Scalable Architecture of the
                                         Reservations are not required.         Brain"
Emory University
Yerkes Neuroscience Division            Additional information and directions   February 2006
Lecture Series                          at:
Speaker: Robert H Edwards, PhD          www.scienceandsociety.emory.edu/h       Emory University
University of California, San Diego     ealth                                   Frontiers in Neuroscience
Title:“Vesicular glutamate transport:                                           Speaker: Michelle LaPlaca, Ph.D.
the essence of brain excitation”        Emory University                        Wallace H. Coulter Department of
Date: March 23, 2006                    Frontiers in Neuroscience               Biomedical Engineering,
Time: 4 pm in the                       Speaker: Amy MacDermott, Ph.D.          Georgia Institute of Technology/
Location: VRC Seminar Room              Columbia University                     Emory University
Call Yerkes Shuttle for                 Neuroscience Grant Speaker, Host:       Title: "Acute Responses to Brain
transportation: 404-783-7803            Meagan Ward                             Trauma:Â Why look so early?"
Yerkes Parking Deck has limited         Title: "Disinhibition opens a gate to   Date: Feb 2nd
parking for visitors
Time: 12:15pm                             Time: Friday 9:30 - 10:30AM           University of Southern California
Location: Whitehead Research              Location: 200 GCB                     Title: "The organization of neural
Auditorium                                Host: Dr. Bill Walthall               networks underlying motivated
                                                                                behaviors"
Georgia State University                  Emory University                      Date: February 23 rd , 2006
Graduate Seminar Series                   Center for Neurodegenerative          Time: 4:00pm (Reception w/ Light
Speaker: Richard Vogt                     Disease Seminar                       food beginning at 3:30pm)
Dept. of Biological Sciences,             Co-Hosted with Pharmacology           Location: WHSCAB Auditorium
University of South Carolina              Speaker:Ralph Nixon, MD, PhD          Download Flyer: swanson flyer
Title: “Determining sensory               Professor NYU School of Medicine      (PDF)
phenotypes: developing patterning of      Departments of Psychiatry and Cell
an insect antenna”                        Biology                               Emory University
Date: Feb 3rd                             Title: "Genetic and Cellular          Frontiers in Neuroscience
Time: Friday 9:30 - 10:30AM               Roadblocks to Neuron Survival in      Speaker: Michael Petrides, Ph.D.
Location: 200 GCB                                    s
                                          Alzheimer' Disease"                   McGill University
Host: Dr. Charles Derby                   DATE: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17,            Neuroscience Grant Guest Speaker
                                          2006                                  Title: TBA
Emory University                          TIME: 12:00 - 1:00PM (lunch served    Date: Feb 23rd
Frontiers in Neuroscience                 @11:45am)                             Time: 12:15pm
Speaker: Jacqueline McGinty,              PLACE: Whitehead Conference 500-      Location: Whitehead Research
Ph.D.                                     5^th Floor                            Auditorium
Medical University of South Carolina      For Further info Contact: Darcal      Host: Eric Heuer
Neuroscience Grant Guest Speaker          Dixon 727-3727 or via email
Title: TBA                                                                      Morehouse School of Medicine
Date: Feb 9th                                                                   Neuroscience Institute Seminar
Time: 12:15pm                             Emory University                      Serie
Location: Whitehead Research              Frontiers in Neuroscience             Speaker: Hitoshi Morikawa, M.D.,
Auditorium                                NEUROSCIENCE RECRUITMENT              Ph.D.
Host: James Bogenpohl                     #1                                    Assistant Professor
                                          Advanced Student Speakers             Section of Neurobiology and
Emory University                          Title: TBA                            Waggoner Center for Alcohol and
Neuroscience Division                     Date: Feb 17th                        Addiction
Yerkes Neuroscience Division              Time: 12:15pm                         Research
Lecture Series                            Location: Whitehead Research          University of Texas at Austin
Speaker: Naftali Raz, PhD                 Auditorium                            Title: "How does alcohol boost brain
Professor, Institute of Gerontology                                             dopamine signal?"
and Department of Psychology              Emory University                      Date: February 24 (Friday), 2006
Wayne State University                    Pharmacology Seminar                  Time: 12:30—1:30
Title:“Differential aging of the brain,   Speaker: Eric Klann, Ph.D.            Location: Neuroscience Institute
its modifiers and cognitive correlates”   Professor, Dept. of Molecular         Conference Room, MRC Building
Date: February 9, 2006,                   Physiology & Biophysics, Baylor       2nd Floor
Time: 4 pm                                College                               Contact: Cathy Woodley (404-756-
Location: Main Building VRC               of Medicine                           5785)
Seminar Room 1st floor                    Title: "Metabotropic Glutamate
Call Yerkes Shuttle for                   Receptor-Dependent Regulation of      Emory University
transportation: 404-783-7803              Fragile                               Graduate School of Arts and
Yerkes Parking Deck has limited           X Mental Retardation Protein in the   Sciences
parking for visitors                      Hippocampus"                          Graduate Division of Biological and
For additional information contact        Date: Tuesday, February 21, 2006      Biomedical Sciences
Susan Marshall (404-727-1737;             TIme: 12:00 Noon                      Program in Neuroscience
smmarsh@emory.edu                         Location: 5052 Rollins Research       Speaker: Maryse Paquet
or Peggy Plant (404-727-                  Center                                M.Sc., Laval University, 1997
7730;peggy@rmy.emory.edu)                                                       Title: SCAFFOLDING OF
                                          Emory University                      GLUTAMATE RECEPTORS AND
Georgia State University                  Atlanta Chapter of the Society for    TRANSPORTERS BY NHERF-2
Graduate Seminar Series                   Neuroscience Presents                 An oral presentation of a dissertation
                                          Grass Lecture Series                  submitted to the Faculty of the
Speaker: John Nickerson
Dept of Ophthalmology, Emory              Speaker: Larry W. Swanson, Ph.D       Graduate School of Emory University
University                                .                                     in partial fulfillment of the
                                          President, The Cajal Club             requirements for the degree of
Title: “Evolution at work: Examples
                                          Appleman Professor of Biological      Doctor of Philosophy
from the Visual System”
                                          Sciences                              Date: Tuesday, February 28, 2005
Date: Feb 17th
                                                                                Time: 1:00 PM
Location: O. Wayne Rollins Building   Diesease Seminar                    Time: TBA
Room 5052                             Speaker: Todd Golde, MD, PhD        Location: Spelman College, Room
Advisor                               Chair and Associate Professor       130, Tapley Hall
Randy A. Hall, PhD                    Department of Neuroscience, Mayo
Committee Members                     Clinic                              Emory University
John R. Hepler, Ph.D.                 Title: *"Selective targeting of     Frontiers in Neuroscience
Allan I. Levey, M.D., Ph.D.           Abeta42, oligomers and amyloid in   Speaker: Ronald L. Calabrese,
Lian Li, Ph.D.                        Alzheimer'  s                       Ph.D.
Yoland Smith, Ph.D.                   Disease*"                           Department of Biology, Emory
                                      DATE: FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 2006      University
Emory University                      (lunch served @11:45am)             Title: "Cellular Analysis of a Motor
Speaker: Dr. Masatoshi Nei            TIME: 12:00 - 1:00PM                Network:Â Using Models as
2006 Thomas Hunt Morgan Medal         PLACE: Whitehead Conference 500-    Experimental Tools"
Recipient                             5^th Floor                          Date: Jan 26th
Evan Pugh Professor of Biology        For Further info Contact: Darcal    Time: 12:15pm
and Director of the Institute of      Dixon 727-3727 or via email         Location: Whitehead Research
Molecular Evolutionary Genetics       dadixon@emory.edu                   Auditorium
Pennsylvania State University
Title: "Evolutionary dynamics of                                          Georgia State University
olfactory and other chemosensory      Georgia State University            Graduate Seminar Series
receptor genes                        Graduate Seminar Series             Speaker: Marc Weissburg
in vertebrates"                       Speaker: Laura Carruth
                                                                          School of Biology, Georgia Institute
Date: Tuesday, February 28, 2006      Dept. of Biology , Georgia State
                                                                          of Technology
Time: 4:00 pm                         University
                                                                          Title: "Finding food in flowing fluid:
Locaiton: Rita Ann Rollins Room 8th   Title: "Animal Behavior and the     the sensory biology of aquatic
Floor                                 Brain: A Tale of Two Research       chemosensory navigation"
School of Public Health               Programs"
                                                                          Date: Jan 27
                                      Date: Jan 20
                                                                          Time: Friday 9:30 - 10:30AM
                                      Time: Friday 9:30 - 10:30AM
                                                                          Location: 200 GCB
CBN Seminar                           Location: 200 GCB
                                                                          Host: Dr. Charles Derby
Georgia State University              Host: Dr. Terry Frey
Speaker: Rebecca Craft, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Dept. of         Georgia Tech
                                                                          Emory University
Psychology                            Speaker: Theoden Netoff, Ph.D.
                                                                          Graduate School of Arts and
Washington State University           Boston University Center for
                                                                          Sciences
Title: "Sex differences in pain and   Biodynamics                         Graduate Division of Biological and
opioid analgesia"                     Boston, Massachusetts               Biomedical Sciences
Date: February 28th                   Title: "Networks and Epilepsy"
                                                                          Program in Neuroscience
Time: 6:30 – 8 pm                     Date: Friday, January 20, 2006      Speaker: Olga V. Poisik
Location: Brown Room, 18th Floor,     Tme:9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
                                                                          Title:"Functions of Metabotropic
Commerce Club Bldg.                   Location: 1103 Whitaker Building,
                                                                          Glutamate Receptors in the Rat
For more information, contact Kelly   GA Tech                             Globus Pallidus"
Powell at kpowell@gsu.edu or                                              An oral presentation of a dissertation
404-463-0941.
                                                                          submitted to the Faculty of
                                      2005 CBN Fall Seminar Series -
                                                                          the Graduate School of Emory
January 2006                          CANCELLED
                                                                          University in partial fulfillment of
                                      Emory University
                                                                          the requirements for the degree of
Emory University                      Speaker: Kelsey Martin, Ph.D.
                                                                          Doctor of Philosophy
Speaker: Kurt Illig, PhD              Assistant Professor, Dept. of
                                                                          Date: January 31st, 2006
Department of Psychology              Psychiatry and
                                                                          Time: 10:00 am
University of Virginia                Biological Chemistry, UCLA
                                                                          Location: Yerkes Neuroscience
Title: Higher-Order Information       Date: January 24th
                                                                          Building Seminar Room, 1st Floor
Processing in Olfactory Cortex"       Time: 6:30pm-8:00pm                 Yoland Smith, Ph.D., Advisor
Date: Monday, January 9, 2006         Location: Yerkes VRC Seminar        P. Jeffrey Conn, Ph.D., External
Time: 7:00 p.m. Reception at 6:30     Room
                                                                          Advisor
p.m                                                                       Dieter Jaeger, Ph.D.
Location: Yerkes Seminar Room,        CBN Undergraduate Seminar
                                                                          Donald Rainnie, Ph.D.
Main Building                         Spelman College
                                                                          Thomas Wichmann, Ph.D.
Yerkes Research Center                Speaker: Kelsey Martin, Ph.D.
                                      Assistant Professor, Dept. of
                                      Psychiatry and
Emory University                      Biological Chemistry, UCLA
Center for Neurodegenerative          Date: January 25th
December 2005                                                               @12:45am) *Please note special
                                     Emory University                       time*
Georgia State University             Speaker:Mark D. Bevan, Ph.D.           Place: Whitehead Conference 500-
The GSU Neurobiology and Behavior    Department of Physiology               5^th Floor
Graduate Student Association         Feinberg School of Medicine,           For Further info Contact: Darcal
presents:                            Northwestern University                Dixon 727-3727 or via email
Speaker: Dr. Robert Sapolsky         Title: Pathological Pattern
The John A. and Cynthia Fry Gunn     Generation in the Subthalamic
Professor                                                   s
                                     Nucleus in Parkinson' Disease          Georgia Tech
Biological Sciences, Stanford        Date: Thursday, December 8, 2005       School of Applied Physiology
University                           Time: 12:00pm (Refreshments at         Seminar
Title: "Stress & Health: From        11:45 )                                Speaker: Devin Jindrich, Ph.D.
Molecules to Societies"              Location: Whitehead Research Bldg.     Univ. of California, Los Angeles
When: Thursday, December 1, 2005     Auditorium                             Title:"Unsteady locomotion and
Time: Refreshments @ 3:30 PM,        (615 Michael St.)                      motor control of the upper-extremity,
Talk @ 3:45 PM                                                              with
Where: Aderhold Learning Center                                             applications to ergonomics and
Room 005                             Emory University                       spinal cord injury."
Download Flyer                       CENTER FOR                             Time: 4-5pm Monday, December 19
                                     NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE              Location: 250 Coon Building,
                                     SEMINAR                                Georgia Tech
Emory Universtiy                     Speaker: George Jackson, MD,
Yerkes Neuroscience Division         PhD
Lecture Series                       Assistant Professor
Speaker: Michael A. Nader, Ph.D.     Department of Neurology, UCLA
Professor of                         Title:"A tau aminopeptidase that       November 2005
Physiology/Pharmacology and          regulates neurodegeneration in vivo"
Radiology                            DATE: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9,              Emory University
Wake Forest University School of     2005
                                                                            Graduate School of Arts and
Medicine                             TIME: 12:00 - 1:00PM (~lunch
                                                                            Sciences
Title: Monkey models of cocaine      served @11:45am~)
                                                                            Graduate Division of Biological and
abuse: Behavioral pharmacology and   PLACE: Whitehead Conference 500-
                                                                            Biomedical Sciences
neuroimaging studies                 5^th Floor
                                                                            Program in Neuroscience
Date: Thursday, December 8, 2005     For Further info Contact: Darcal       Speaker: Wendy M. Hasenkamp
Time: 4:00 p.m. (Refreshments will   Dixon 727-3727 or via email
                                                                            Title: "NMDA Receptors in the
be served before the seminar)        dadixon@emory.edu
                                                                            Entorhinal Cortex in Schizophrenia"
Location: Yerkes National Primate
                                                                            An oral presentation of a dissertation
Research Center
                                                                            submitted to the Faculty of
Main Building (VRC) Seminar Room,
                                                                            the Graduate School of Emory
1st Floor                            Georgia State University               University in partial fulfillment of
Call Yerkes Shuttle for              Biology Research Seminar Series         the requirements for the degree of
transportation: 404-783-7803         Speaker: Dr. Richard H. Melloni, Jr.   Doctor of Philosophy
Yerkes Parking Deck has limited      Northeastern University                Date: Tuesday, November 1, 2005
parking for visitors                 Title: "Drugs, Development, and        Time: 1:30 PM
For additional information contact   Aggression: A tale of two              Locaiton: Whitehead Research
Susan Marshall (404-727-1737;        transmitters."                         Building Room 300
smmarsh@emory.edu                    Date: Friday, December 9
                                                               th
                                                                            Advisors:
or Peggy Plant (404-727-             Time: 9:30am                           Scott E. Hemby, PhD
7730;peggy@rmy.emory.edu)            Room: 200 GCB                          Committee Members:
                                                                            Ray Dingledine, PhD
Emory University                     Emory University                       Allan Levey, MD, PhD
Speaker: C.J. Heckman, PhD           Center for Neurodegeneratove           E. Chris Muly, MD, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of   Disease Seminar                        Steve Warren, PhD
Physiology                           Speaker: CND Director Recruit:
Northwestern University              David Standaert, MD, PhD
Title: Hyperexcitable dendrites in   Associate Professor                    Emory University
motorneurons in normal and disease   Department of Neurology, Harvard       Society For Neuroscience Poster
states                                                s
                                     Title: "Parkinson' Disease-Moving      Preview
Date: Thursday, December 8, 2005     Beyond Dopamine"                       Atlanta Chapter of the Society for
Time: 9:00 a.m.                      Date: FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16,             Neuroscience
Location: Whitehead Biomedical       2005                                   This is an opportunity to see the
Research Bldg., Conference Room      Time: 1:00 - 2:00PM (lunch served      posters that will be presented at the
600
annual Society for Neuroscience        Evolutionary Constancy and the          (615 Michael St.)
Meeting in Washington DC, without      Origins of                              Sponsored by the Graduate Program
having                                 Mammalian Cortex"                       in Neuroscience
to travel. Come and enjoy              Date: November 29, 2005                 For further information call - 404-
refreshments while meeting other       Time: 10:00AM                           727-3707
neuroscientists from around Atlanta    Location: Commerce Building 14th
Date: Tuesday, November 8              floor, Stern Room
Time: 5:00 - 8:00 P.M.                                                         Fourth Annual Dementia Congress
Location: WHSCAB PLAZA, EMORY                                                  Date: October 14th - 16th
UNIVERSITY                                                                     Location: Hilton Atlanta 255
Rsvp by November 1st: Form                                                     Courtland Street
                                       October 2005                            Atlanta, Georgia
Emory University                                                               For more information or to register
2005-2006 Lecture Series               2005 CBN Fall Seminar Series            go to
Neuroscience Division                  Agnes Scott College                     http://www.dementiacongress.com
Yerkes National Primate Research       Speaker: Paul Katz, Ph.D.
Center                                 Dept. of Biology, Georgia State         Faculty Presenters
Speaker: Alan P. Koretsky, Ph.D.       University
Chief, Laboratory of Functional and    Title: “The Neural Basis and            George S.                David A.
Molecular Imaging and                  Evolution of ‘Sluggish’ Behaviors”      Alexopoulos, MD          Bennett, MD
Director, NIH NMR Research             Date: October 4th                       Professor of             Robert C.
Facility/Mouse Imaging Facility        Time: 6pm (Reception following talk)    Psychiatry               Borwell
NINDS, NIH                             Location: Teasley Lecture Hall,         Weill Medical            Professor of
Title: "Functional and Molecular       Science Center Building                 College of Cornell       Neurological
Imaging of the Rodent Brain with
                                                                               University Director,     Sciences
MRI"                                   Emory University                        Weill Cornell            Director, Rush
Date: Thursday, November 10, 2005,     Department of Human Genetics            Institute of Geriatric   Alzheimer' s
Time: 4:00 p.m.                        Seminar                                 Psychiatry               Disease Center
Location: Yerkes National Primate      Speaker: Chawnshang Chang,              Director,                Rush University
Research Center                        Ph.D.                                   Specialized              Medical Center
VRC Seminar Room, 1 st Floor, Main     University of Rochester                 Services Division        Chicago, Illinois
Station
                                       George Whipple Professor of             New York-
~ Refreshments will be served before
                                       Oncology in Pathology                   Presbyterian
the seminar ~
                                       Title:“The roles of androgen receptor   Hospital, Payne
Call Yerkes Shuttle for
                                       in SBMA kinnedy neuron disease          Whitney
transportation: 404-783-7803           and prostate                            Westchester
Yerkes Parking Deck has limited        cancer”                                 White Plains, New
parking for visitors
                                       Date: Monday, October 10, 2005          York
For additional information contact
                                       Time: 12:00pm
Susan Marshall (404-727-1737)                                                                           Daniel D.
                                       Locaiton: Whitehead Auditorium,
or Peggy Plant (404-727-7730)                                                                           Christensen,
                                       Ground Floor                            Sandra E. Black,
Emory University                                                                                        MD
                                       Whitehead Biomedical Research           MD, FRCP(C)
Speaker: Tony Creazzo, PhD                                                                              Clinical
                                       Building                                Professor of
Associate Professor, Departments of                                                                     Professor of
                                       Please join us for light refreshments   Medicine
Pediatrics & Cell Biology                                                                               Psychiatry
                                       at 11:45a.m. prior to the Seminar       (Neurology)
Duke University                                                                                         Clinical
                                       Whitehead Biomedical Research           Head, Division of
Title: “Unique Expression of TASK-1,                                                                    Professor of
                                       Building                                Neurology
a Two-Pore Domain K+ Channel, in                                                                        Neurology
                                       Auditorium, Ground Floor                Sunnybrook &
Heart                                                                                                   Adjunct
                                                                                       s
                                                                               Women' College
Development”                                                                                            Professor of
                                       Frontiers in Neuroscience               Health Sciences
Date: Thursday, November 10, 2005                                                                       Pharmacology
                                       Emory University                        Centre
Time: 9:00 a.m.                                                                                         Neuropsychiatric
                                       Speaker: Andrew Escayg, Ph.D.           University of
Location: Whitehead Biomedical                                                                          Institute
                                       Department of Human Genetics            Toronto Faculty of
Research Bldg., Conference Room                                                                         University of
                                       Emory University School of Medicine     Medicine
600                                                                                                     Utah School of
                                       Title: Understanding the Mechanisms     Toronto, Ontario,
                                                                                                        Medicine
                                       of Neurological Disorders: A Genetic    Canada
                                                                                                        Salt Lake City,
                                       Approach                                                         Utah
Georgia State University
                                       Date: THURSDAY October 13, 2005
Brains & Behavior Distinguished        Time: 12:00 noon (Refreshments at       Rachelle S.              Howard M.
Scholar Lecture Series                                                         Doody, MD, PhD           Fillit, MD
                                       11:45)
Speaker: Harvey Karten                                                         Effie Marie Cain         Clinical
                                       Locaiton: Whitehead Research Bldg.
Univ. California , San Diego                                                   Chair in                 Professor of
                                       Auditorium
Title: "Cells, Circuits and Genes:
Alzheimer' s          Geriatrics and                                                 Psychiatryand        Medicine at
Disease Research      Medicine                                                       Behavioral           Yeshiva
Department of         Department of                                                  Sciences and         University
Neurology Baylor      Geriatrics,                                                    Department of        Bronx, New
College of            Mount Sinai                                                    Psychology           York
Medicine, Houston,    Medical Center                                                 Founding Director,   Chief, Division
Texas                 Executive                                                      de Tornyay Center    of Geriatric
                      Director Institute                                             on Healthy Aging     Medicine
                      for the Study of                                               University of        Long Island
                      Aging, New                                                     Washington           Jewish Medical
                      York, New York                                                 Seattle,             Center New
                                                                                     Washington           Hyde Park, New
Kevin F. Gray, MD     James A.
                                                                                                          York
Associate             Joseph, PhD
Professor of          Lead Scientist,
Psychiatry and        Director
Neurology             Neuroscience                                                   2005 CBN Fall Seminar Series
University of Texas   Laboratory                                                     Georgia State University
Southwestern          USDA Human           Norman R. Relkin,     Kenneth             Speaker: Greg Florant, Ph.D.
Medical School        Nutrition            MD, PhD               Rockwood, MD,       Dept. of Biology, Colorado State
Director, Geriatric   Research             Associate             FRCPC               University
Neuropsychiatry       Center on Aging      Professor of          Professor of        Title: “To Be Fit and Fat:
Clinic Dallas         Tufts University,    Clinical Neurology    Geriatric           Physiological and Molecular
Medical Center,       Boston,              and Neuroscience      Medicine and        Consequences of Obesity in
Dallas, Texas         Massachusetts        Cornell University    Neurology           Mammalian Hibernators”
                                           Joan and Sanford I.   Kathryn Allen       Date: October 18th
Barry D. Lebowitz,    Bennett P.
                                           Weill Medical         Weldon              Time: 7 p.m. (Reception at 6:30
PhD                   Leifer, MD
                                           College               Professor in        p.m.)
Professor of          Adjunct Clinical
                                           New York, New         Alzheimer           Location: The Brown Room, 18th
Psychiatry and        Instructor,
                                           York                  Research            floor, Commerce Club, GSU 34
Deputy Director       Department of
                                                                 Dalhousie           Broad Street downtown
The Sam and Rose      Geriatrics and
                                                                 University,         FREE PARKING AT THE HURT
Stein Institute for   Adult
                                                                 Halifax, Nova       PLAZA GARAGE
Research on Aging     Development
                                                                 Scotia, Canada      contact Kelly Powell for directions (
University of         Mount Sinai
California, San       School of            Gustavo C.            Pierre N. Tariot,   or 404-463-0941) Map to Commerce
Diego, School of      Medicine             Roman, MD             MD                  Club:
Medicine La Jolla,    New York, New        Professor,            Professor of        http://www.thecommerceclub.org/ma
California            York Medical         Department of         Psychiatry,         p.html
                      Director Van         Medicine/Neurology    Medicine,
                      Dyk Manor            University of Texas   Neurology, and      Distinguished Lecture Series
                      Nursing Home         Health Science        Aging and           Emory School of Medicine
                      Ridgewood,           Center at San         Developmental       Speaker: William Catterall, Ph.D.
                      New Jersey           Antonio               Biology             Professor & Chairman
                                           Staff Physician       University of       Department of Pharmacology
Daniel Marson,        Ian G. McKeith,                                                University of Washington
                                           Department of         Rochester
JD, PhD               MD, F Med Sci                                                  Date: Tuesday, October 18, 2005
                                           Neurology Audie L.    Director,
Professor of          Professor of Old                                               Time: 3:00 pm (Refreshments served
                                           Murphy Memorial       Psychiatry
Neurology             Age Psychiatry                                                 before seminar )
                                           Veterans Hospital     Program in
Associate Director    University of                                                  Location: Whitehead Biomedical
                                           San Antonio, Texas    Neurobehavioral
Alzheimer' s          Newcastle upon                                                 Research Building Auditorium
                                                                 Therapeutics
Disease Research      Tyne Institute
                                                                 Monroe
Center Department     for Ageing and
                                                                 Community
of Neurology          Health Wolfson                                                 2005 CBN Fall Seminar Series
                                                                 Hospital
University of         Research                                                       Spelman College
                                                                 Rochester, New
Alabama at            Centre                                                         Speaker: Greg Florant, Ph.D.
                                                                 York
Birmingham,           Newcastle                                                      Associate Professor, Dept. of Biology
Birmingham,           General Hospital     Linda Teri, PhD       Gisele P. Wolf-     Colorado State University
Alabama               Newcastle upon       Professor,            Klein, MD           Title: "How I got involved in Science:
                      Tyne, United         Department of         Professor of        Snakes, Birds, and Marmots"
                      Kingdom              Psychosocial and      Clinical            Date: October 19th
                                           Community Health      Medicine            Time: 2-3 p.m
Bruce L. Miller,      John C. Morris,
                                           Adjunct Professor,    Albert Einstein     Location: Room 130, Tapley Hall
MD                    MD
                                           Department of         College of          For more information, contact
A.W. and Mary         Harvey A. and
Joanne Chu,                             Georgia State University                Speaker: Albert La Spada, MD, PhD,
department of biology, at 404-270-      Distinguished Scholar Lecture           FACMG
5712                                    2005-2006                               Associate Professor Departments of
                                        Speaker: Jessica Mong                   Laboratory Medicine,
Georgia State University                Univ. Maryland School of Medicine       Medicine and Neurology University
CBN Educational Conference              Title: "Wake Up and Smell the           of Washington
Title: “Considering Best Practices in   Estrogen: Ovarian Hormones and          Title: "Molecular Basis of SCA7
Science Education: A Conference of      Sleep"                                  Neurodegeneration and Repeat
Educators, Scientists and Students”     Date: September 13, 2005                Instability"
Date: October 21 – 22                   Time: 10:00AM                           Date: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER
Time: 9 am – 5 pm –                     Location: 18th floor, Commerce          21, 2005
Location: Yerkes Neuroscience and       Building                                Time: 12:00 - 1:00PM (lunch served
VRC Seminar Rooms                                                               @11:45am)
Free with registration; To register     Frontiers In Neuroscience               Place: Whitehead Conference 500-
visit http://www.cbn-                   Emory University                        5^th Floor
atl.org/education/                      Speaker: Kerry Ressler, M.D, Ph.D       For Further info Contact: Darcal
bpconference05.html                     .                                       Dixon 727-3727 or via
Speaker: Franck Polleux Ph.D.           Department of Psychiatry &              emaildadixon@emory.edu
Title: "Molecular mechanisms            Behavioral Sciences,
specifying the migration properties     Emory University School of Medicine
and the dendritic                       Title: "Synaptic Plasticity in the
morphology of cortical neurons"         Amygdala and the Emotion of Fear "      Frontiers In Neuroscience
Date: Oct 21st                          Date: September 15, 2005                Emory University
Time: Friday 9:30 - 10:30AM             Time: 12:00 noon                        Speaker: Stephen Traynelis, Ph.D.
Room: 200 GCB                           Location: Whitehead Research            Department of Pharmacology, Emory
                                        Auditorium                              University School of Medicine
                                                                                Title: "Looking Inside of Glutamate
The American Academy of                                                         Receptors"
Neurology and its Foundation            Department of Physiology &              Date: September 22, 2005
present                                 Biology Seminar                         Time: 12:00 noon
Neirology Expo                          Emory University                        Location: Whitehead Research
Date: Saturday, October 22nd            Speaker: Abdel El Manira,               Auditorium
Time: 10 am - 4 pm                      Professor
Location: Georgia World Congress        The Nobel Institute for                 2005 CBN Fall Seminar Series
Center Atlanta, Georgia                 Neurophysiology, Department of          Agnes Scott College
FREE tickets are available by           Neuroscience,                           Speaker: Donald Edwards, Ph.D.
contacting Mr. John Thames at           Karolinska Institutet, Retzius väg 8,   Dept. of Biology, Georgia State
404-728-1181 or                         SE-171 77 Stockholm Sweden              University
JohnThames@alz.org                      Title:“Intrinsic neuromodulation via    Title: "The neurobiology of social
For more information go to              release of endocannabinoids in the      status”
http://www.thinkneurologynow.org        spinal locomotor network”               Date: September 22nd
                                        Date: Thursday, September 15, 2005      Time: 6pm (Reception following talk)
                                        Time: 4:00 p.m. (Refreshments           Location: Teasley Lecture Hall,
                                        served)                                 Science Center Building
September 2005                          Location: Whitehead Biomedical
                                        Research Bldg., Conference Room
                                        600                                     Frontiers In Neuroscience
Frontiers In Neuroscience
                                                                                Emory University
Emory University
Speaker: Yoland Smith, Ph.D.            Genetics Seminar Series                 Speaker: Peter Wenner, Ph.D.
                                        Emory University                        Department of Physiology, Emory
Department of Neurology, Emory
                                        Speaker: Judith Eisen, Ph.D.            University School of Medicine
University School of Medicine
                                        University of Oregon                    Title: "Embryonic Kicking –
Title: "From Synaptic to
                                        Title: "Development of Zebrafish        Movements Toward the Synaptic
Extrasynaptic Neuronal
                                        Motorneurons"                           Maturation of Neural Circuits "
Communication.
                                        Date: Monday, September 19, 2005        Date: September 29, 2005
A Complex Interplay that Mediates
Glutamatergic Neurotransmission in      Time: 12:00 - 1:00 pm                   Time: 12:00 noon
the CNS."                               Location: Whitehead Auditorium          Location: Whitehead Research
                                                                                Auditorium
Date: September 8, 2005
Time: 12:00 noon
Location: Whitehead Research            Center for Neurodegenerative            2005 CBN Fall Seminar Series
Auditorium                              Disease Seminar                         Emory University
                                        Emory University                        Speaker: Anne Etgen Ph.D.
Dept. of Psychiatry and Pediatrics,      Time: 10:00AM                           Symposium Schedule
Albert Einstein Medical School           Location: Winship Cancer Institute.     Sponsored by
Title: “Unraveling the Multiple Signal   C5012                                   The School of Applied Physiology
Transduction Pathways that               1365 Clifton Rd, Clinical Blgd C        The Georgia Institute of Technology
Participate in Hormonal
Regulation of Female Reproductive        July 2005
Behavior”
Date: September 27th                     Georgia State University                May 2005
Time: 7 p.m (Reception at 6:30 p.m.)     Speaker: Vincent Rehder
Locaiton: Yerkes VRC Seminar                                                     Emory University
                                         Title: Slow Down, Search, Stop or
Room, Main Building
                                         Go with NO
                                         Date: July 15                           Department of Human Genetics
2005 CBN Fall Seminar Series             Time: Friday 3:00 - 4:40 PM             Seminar
Spelman College                          Location: 218 NSC                       Speaker: Lawrence S. B.
Speaker: Anne Etgen Ph.D.                                                        Goldstein, Ph.D.
Dept. of Psychiatry and Pediatrics,      Georgia State University                Investigator, Howard Hughes
Albert Einstein Medical School           Speaker: Sarah Pallas                   Medical Institute
Title: “Are estrogens good for brain                                             Department of Cellular and
                                         Title: The remarkable plasticity of
cells?”                                  sensory circuitry in development and    Molecular Medicine
Date: September 28th                     evolution                               Title: “Linking molecular motors to
Time: 7 p.m (Reception at 6:30 p.m.)                                             signaling and neurodegenerative
                                         Date: July 22
Locaiton: Spelman College, Room                                                  disease”
                                         Time: Friday 3:00 - 4:40 PM
130, Tapley Hall                                                                 Date: Monday, May 2, 2005 @
                                         Location: 218 NSC
                                                                                 Time: 12:00pm (Please join us for
Emory University                                                                 light refreshments at 11:45a.m.
Graduate School of Arts and                                                      Auditorium, Ground Floor )
Sciences                                                                         Locaiton: Whitehead Auditorium,
Graduate Division of Biological and                                              Ground Floor Whitehead Biomedical
Biomedical Sciences                      June 2005                               Research Building
Program in Neuroscience
Speaker: Stan T. Nakanishi               Emory University
Title: "Signaling Mechanisms             Welcome Reception For Dr. Mao           Emory University
Regulating Motoneuron Excitability       And His Lab                             Thursday May 5th
and Ia afferent-Motoneuron               Dr. Zixu Mao is a CND faculty           Dr. Lynn Landmesser
Synaptic Efficacy in the Adult Rat"      member with appointments in             Case Western Reserve
Date: Monday, August 29, 2005            Pharmacology and Neurology.             University,Department of
Time: 10:30 AM                           The CND is hosting a dessert and        Neurosciences
Location: Whitehead Research             coffee party to welcome him and his     Title: “Rhythmic Spontaneous
Building Room 600                        lab!                                    Activity in Early Embryonic Spinal
Advisors:                                Please stop by to join us.              Circuits:
Timothy Cope, PhD                        Date: June 2nd                          Mechanisms and Roles
Committee Members:                       Time: 3-5pm                             Time: 9:00 a.m.
Shawn Hochman, PhD                       Location: Whitehead Conference          Location: Whitehead Building 6th
Marty Pinter, PhD                        Room 500                                Floor Common Room.
Steven Traynelis, PhD                                                            Informal discussion with the speaker
Peter Wenner, PhD                        Georgia State University                is from 10:00 - 10:30 a.m.
                                         Speaker: Paul Katz                      Light refreshments are served at
                                         Title: The Neural Basis and Evolution   8:45 a.m.
                                         of 'Sluggish'Behaviors                  Host: Pete Wenner
                                         Date: Jun 17
                                         Time: Friday 3:00 - 4:40 PM
                                         Location: 200 General Classroom         Georgia Insitute of Technology
August 2005                                                                      School of Applied Physiology
                                         Building
                                                                                 Seminar
Emory University                                                                 Speaker: Jay Alberts, Ph.D.
Speaker: Dieter Jaeger, PH.D             Georgia Institute of Technology         Title: "Stimulating Evidence for Brain
Associate Professor of Biology                                                                          s
                                                                                 Surgery in Parkinson' Disease
                                         A Symposium In
Title: "Using Brute-Force Search         “New Developments in Neural             Patients"
Methods and Database Approaches          Control of Locomotion”                  Date: May 5
to Explore High-Dimensional                                                      Time: 4pm Thurs.
                                         Date: June 29 – 30, 2005
Neuronal                                 Location: The Coon Building: Room       Location: 150 Coon Building,
Parameter Spaces"                        250                                     Georgia Tech
Date: Friday August 26th, 2005
EMORY UNIVERSITY                         Dixon 727-3727 or via email             Title: "NMDA receptor subtypes: Re-
Graduate School of Arts and              dadixon@emory.edu                       evaluation of their role in neurologic
Sciences                                 Date: WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 2005           disease"
Graduate Division of Biological and      Time: 12:00 - 1:00PM (lunch served      For Further info Contact: Darcal
Biomedical Sciences                      @11:45am)                               Dixon 727-3727 or via email
Program in Neuroscience                  Place: Whitehead Conference 500-        dadixon@emory.edu
Speaker: Marni N. Silverman              5^th Floor                              Date: FRIDAY, MAY 13, 2005
Title: *Characterization of an                                                   Time: 12:00 - 1:00PM (lunch served
Interleukin-6 (IL-6)- and                                                        @11:45am)
Adrenocorticotropin (ACTH)-              Georgia Institute of Technology         Place: Whitehead Conference 500-
Dependent,                               Date: May 11-12                         5^th Floor
Immune to Adrenal Pathway During         GTReal: Georgia Tech Discussion
Viral Infection                          on Real-Time Methods for Cellular
An oral presentation of a dissertation   Electrophysiology Experiments           Emory University
submitted to the Faculty of              Location: Georgia Institute of          Thursday May 19th
the Graduate School of Emory             Technology                              Dr. Lori Isom
University in partial fulfillment of     Register at                             Assistant Professor, Department of
the requirements for the degree of       http://users.ece.gatech.edu/rbutera/    Pharmacology, University of
Doctor of Philosophy                     GTReal/                                 Michigan
Date: Friday, May 6, 2005                                                        Title: tba
Time: 9:00 A.M.                                                                  Time: 9:00 a.m.
Location: Whitehead Research             Emory University                        Location: Whitehead Building 6th
Building Room 600                        2004-2005 Lecture Series                Floor Common Room.
Advisors:                                Neuroscience Division                   Informal discussion with the speaker
Andrew H. Miller, M.D.                   Yerkes National Primate Research        is from 10:00 - 10:30 a.m.
Brad D. Pearce, Ph.D.                    Center                                  Light refreshments are served at
Committee Members:                       Speaker: JOHN D. SCOTT, Ph.D.           8:45 a.m.
Paul M. Plotsky, Ph.D.                   Vollum Institute
Frank J. Gordon, Ph.D.                   Howard Hughes Medical Institute         Emory University
Dimitris A. Papanicolaou, M.D.           OIregon Health & Science University     Yerkes National Primate Research
                                         Title: MOLECULR ARCHITECTURE            Center
                                         OF SIGNAL TRANSDUCTION                  Division of Sensory Motor Systems
Georgia State University                 COMPLEXES                               Speaker:C.E. Schroeder, Ph.D.
Brains & Behavior Distinguished          Thursday, May 12, 2005;                 Professor of Psychology
Scholar Lecture Series                   Time: 4:00 p.m (Refreshments will       Cognitive Neuroscience Program
Speaker: Kenneth Catania                 be served before the seminar)           City College of The City University of
Associate Professor of Biological        Location: Yerkes National Primate       New York
Sciences                                 Research Center Vaccine Research        Cognitive Neuroscience and
Vanderbilt University                    Center Seminar Room, 1st Floor          Schizophrenia Program
Title: "A nose that looks like a hand    Call Yerkes Shuttle for                 Nathan S. Kline Institute for
and acts like an eye - the unusual       transportation: 404-7838-7803           Psychiatric Research
sensory system of the star-nosed         Yerkes Parking Deck has limited         Orangeburg, NY
mole"                                    parking for visitors.                   Title: “Dynamic Complexity of
Date: Tuesday, May 10, 2005                                                      Cortical Sensory Representations”
Time: 10:00AM                                                                    Date: Friday, May 20th 2005
Location: Commerce Club, Brown           Georgia State University                Time: 2pm
Room (18 th Floor) Broad St                                                      Location: Yerkes Neuroscience Bldg.
                                         Invertebrate Neuroscience Forum
between Marietta St and Walton St        May 13th                                Seminar Room
                                         Gennady Cymbalyuk                       For further information please
                                         Title: "Regulation of temporal          contact
Emory University                         characteristics of bursting activity"   The Sensory Motor Systems office at
CENTER FOR                               Time: 8:30 am                           Yerkes - #7-7795
NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE                Location: 441 NSC
SEMINAR                                                                          Emory University
Speaker: Lennart Mucke, MD                                                       Atlanta Chapter of the Society for
                                         Emory University
Professor Neurology and                                                          Neuroscience Spring Symposium
                                         CENTER FOR
Neuroscience                                                                     Program Flyer
                                         NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE
University of California                                                         In colaboration with the Center for
                                         SEMINAR
                 s
Title:"Alzheimer' Disease and            Speaker: David Lynch, MD, PhD           Behavioral Neuroscience
Related Proteinopathies-From             Associate Professor Neurology and       Date: Saturday May 21, 2005
Investigative Challenges to                                                      Title: "Impact of early life stressors
                                         Pediatrics
Therapeutic Opportunities*                                                       on behavior: Nature vs. nurture"
                                         University of Pennsylvania
For Further info Contact: Darcal                                                 Location: Whitehead Research Bldg.
Auditorium, Emory University              probes"                                information
Poster session - WHSCAB Plaza             Time: 9:00 a.m.                        storage            Annettte
                                          Location: Whitehead Building 6th                          Karmiloff-Smith,
Agenda                                    Floor Room 600                         Jocelyne           Insitute of Child
9 - 9:15 am: Introductory remarks         Informal discussion with the speaker   Bachevalier,       Health, Unviersity
      Elliott Albers, Ph.D. - Director,   is from 10:00 - 10:30 a.m.             Emory              College
CBN                                       Light refreshments are served at       University         Title: London
      Shawn Hochman, Ph.D. -              8:45 a.m.                              Title: The         Modules, genes
President, ACSFN                                                                 primate            and evolution:
                                                                                 hippocampus         What has the
9:15 - 9:30 am: Opening Remarks                                                  and memory:        study of atypical
     Bob Anda, M.D., Centers for          April 2005                             Maturation and     language
Disease Control                                                                  early insult       acquisition taught
                                          Emory University                                          us?
9:30 - 10:15 am: Michael Meaney,                                                 Hilary
Ph.D. (Douglas Hospital Research          FRONTIERS IN NEUROSCIENCE
                                          Speaker: Timothy Q. Duong, Ph.D.       Rodman,            Julie Korenberg,
     Center, Montreal) "Maternal                                                 Emory              University of
effects on gene expression:               Department of Neurology, Director of
                                          Magnetic Resonance Research            University         California, Los
Experience-dependent                                                             Title: Visual      Angeles
chromatin plasticity"                     Yerkes National Primate Research
                                          Center                                 plasticity after   Title: Towards a
                                          Emory University School of Medicine    early cortical     Genetic
10:15 - 11 am: Terese Kosten, Ph.D.                                              damage             Understanding of
(Yale University, New Haven)              Title: Magnetic Resonance Imaging:
                                           Technical Development and                                Human Cognition
     "Neonatal Isolation Stress in                                               Eugene
Rats and Increased Vulnerability to       Application to Neuroscience and
                                          Stroke                                 Emory, Left-       Al Galaburda,
     Addiction"                                                                  Right-Left!:       Harvard University
                                          Date: Friday, April 1, 2005
                                          Time: 12:00 noon (Refreshments at      Emory              Title: Searching
11 - 11:15 am: Break                                                             University         for the Cause of
                                          11:45)
                                          Location: Whitehead Research Bldg.     Title:             Dyslexia: To Gel
11:15 - noon: Jap Koolhaas, Ph.D.                                                Developmental      and BAC
(Rijksuniversitit, Netherlands)           Auditorium (615 Michael St.)
                                          Sponsored by the Graduate Program      Shifts in
      "Function and origin of                                                    Cerebral           Jay Giedd,
individual variation: behavioral and      in Neuroscience
                                          For further information call - 404-    Dominance          National Institute
physiological                                                                                       of Health
      studies of coping styles in rats    727-3707
                                                                                 Mark               Title: Mapping
and mice"                                                                                           developmental
                                                                                 Johnson,
                                          Emory University                       Birbeck            trajectories of
noon - 2 pm: Lunch and poster                                                                       brain anatomy in
                                          The Emory Cognition Project             College,
session - WHSCAB Plaza                                                                              children and
                                          Conference on                          University of
                                          Developmental Cognitive                London             adolescents
2 - 2:45 pm: Charlie Nemeroff, M.D.,
                                          Neuroscience                           Title: The
Ph.D. (Emory University, Atlanta)
                                          Date: April 3-4, 2005                  development of Judith Rapoport,
      "The Neurobiology of Early Life
                                          Location: Cox Hall, Emory University   the social brain National Institute
Trauma: Implications for the                                                                      of Health
      Pathophysiology of Mood and         Program Flyer
                                          co-sponsored by the: Emory             Leslie Carver, Title: Brain
Anxiety Disorders"                                                                                Development in
                                          Programs in Linguistics and            University of
                                          Neuroscience, Behavioral Biology,      California, San  psychotic bipolar
2:45 - 3:30 pm: Rick Richardson,                                                                  and ADHD
                                          The Center for Behavioral              Diego
Ph.D. (University of New South                                                                    children
                                          Neuroscience.                          Title: Neural
Wales,
                                                                                 correlates of
     Australia) "Stop Acting Like a                                                               Elaine Walker,
                                                                                 social
Baby: Are Fear Memories Frozen in         April 3rd:       April 4th                              Emory University
                                                                                 referencing
     Time?"                                                                                       Title: Adolescent
                                          William          Helen Neville,                         neurodevelopment
                                          Greenough,       University of         Debbie Mills,
3:30 pm: Closing remarks                                                                          and risk for mental
                                          University of    Oregon                Emory
                                                                                 University       disorder
Emory University                          Illinois         McCandless
                                          Title: Plastic   Lecture and Key       Title: Changes
Thursday May 26th                                                                in the
Venkatesh Murthy                          neuronal and     Note Address:
                                          glial            Experience            organization of
Department of Molecular and                                                      brain activity
Cellular Biology, Harvard University      mechanisms       shapes human
                                          underlying       brain development     and early
Title: "Studying synaptic vesicle                                                language
recycling using genetically-encoded       developmental    and function
development                              **Cancelled**                         Transduction, NICHD
                                         For more information contact: Kelly   Title: "Phosphatidylinositol 4-kinases:
Adele                                    Powell biokrp@langate.gsu.edu         Emerging Regulators of Intracellular
Diamond,                                                                       Trafficking and Signal Transduction"
University of                                                                  Date: Monday, April 18, 2005
British                                  Emory University                      Time: 4:00 pm
Columbia Title:                                            s
                                         Emory University' Great Teachers      Location: Cell Biology Seminar
Neurochemistry                           Lecture Features:                     Room Whitehead room #400
and Early                                Yerkes Researcher Dr. Mark Wilson
Childhood                                Title: Understanding Human
Education:                               Development through Primate           Georgia State University
Genetic and                              Research                              Brains & Behavior Distinguished
Environmental                            Date: Thursday, April 14, 2005        Scholar Lecture Series
influences on                            Time: 7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m.              Speaker: Larry Young
the                                      Location: Miller-Ward Alumni House    Associate Professor, Departments of
Development of                           815 Houston Mill Road                 Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Executive                                Free and open to the public           Emory University
Function                                                                       Title: "Molecular mechanisms of
                                                                               monogamy"
                                         Emory University                      Date: Tuesday, April 19, 2005
                                         CENTER FOR                            Time: 10:00 AM
Georgia State University                                                       Location: Commerce Club, Brown
                                         NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE
Invertebrate Neuroscience Forum                                                Room (18 th Floor) Broad St
                                         SEMINAR
Date: April 8th                                                                between Marietta St and Walton St
                                         Date: FRIDAY, APRIL 15, 2005
Pete Issa
                                         Time: 12:00 - 1:00PM (lunch served
Title: The Effect of Social Experience
                                         @11:45am)
on Postural Control in Crayfish"                                               Georgia State University
                                         Location: Dental Building Lecture
Time: 8:30 am                                                                  Dr. Rosemary Knapp
                                         Auditorium #230* – 2nd floor
Location: 441 NSC                                                              Department of Zoology
                                         Speaker: Patricia Hurn, PhD
                                         Professor and Vice Chairman For       University of Oklahoma
Emory University                         Research                              Title: Steroid hormones and male
FRONTIERS IN NEUROSCIENCE                Oregon Health Sciences University     parental care in fishes
Speaker: Margaret M. McCarthy,           Portland, OR                          Date: April 21, noon
Ph.D                                     Title: "Sex, sex steroids and         Location: 441 NSC
Department of Physiology, University     neuroprotection"                      hosted by the Neurobiology and
of Maryland , Baltimore                  For Further info Contact: Darcal      Behavior graduate students. Contact
Title: Stacking the Building Blocks      Dixon 727-3727                        Michael Black <seawater@gsu.edu>
Toward the Male Brain                                                          for more information.
Date: Friday, April 8, 2005
Time: 12:00 noon                         Emory University
Location: Whitehead Research Bldg.       FRONTIERS IN NEUROSCIENCE             Yerkes National Primate Research
Auditorium (615 Michael St.)             Speaker: Patricia D. Hurn, Ph.D.      Center
Sponsored by the Graduate Program        Professor and Vice Chairman for       2004-2005 Lecture Series
in Neuroscience                          Research Anesthesiology and           Neuroscience Division
For further information call - 404-      Perioperative Medicine, Oregon        Speaker: Peter R. Rapp, Ph.D.
727-3707                                 Health & Science University           Fishberg Department of
                                         Title: Sex, sex steroids and          Neuroscience and
Clark Atlanta University                 Neuroprotection                       Kastor Neurobiology of Aging
Speaker: Horatio Romeo, Ph.D.            Date: Friday, April 15th, 2005        Laboratories
Research Scientist                       Time: 12:00 noon                      Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Dept. of NeurobiologyUCLA                Location: Whitehead Research Bldg.    Title: Cognitive Neuroscience of
Title: "Interactions Between the         Auditorium (615 Michael St.)          Normal Aging: New Horizons for
Nervous and Immune Systems"              Sponsored by the Graduate Program     Research in Old Monkeys
Date: Friday, April 8th, 2005            in Neuroscience                       Date: Thursday, April 21, 2005
Time: Noon                               For further information call - 404-   Time: 4:00 p.m. (Refreshments will
Location: Lecture Room 1043              727-3707                              be served before the seminar)
Thomas W. Cole, Jr. Center for                                                 Location: Yerkes National Primate
Science and Technology                   Emory University                      Research Center Vaccine Research
                                         SEMINAR Department of Cell            Center Seminar Room, 1st Floor
                                         Biology                               Call Yerkes Shuttle for
Greg Florant - Professor of Biology,     Speaker: Tamas Balla                  transportation: 404-783-7803.
Colorado State University                Unit of Molecular Signaling           Yerkes Parking Deck has limited
                                                                               parking for visitors.
For additional information contact    Anne Murphy, Ph.D.                       Title:"What do sex, Drugs and
Susan Marshall (404-727-1737) or      Assoc. Professor                         Neurotransmitter Transporters have
Peggy Plant 404-727-7730              Dept. of Biology*                        to do with Neurodegeneration"
                                      Georgia State University                 DATE: WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9,
                                      Title: "Sex, Drugs and Pain: how         2005
Emory University                      men and women are different"             TIME: 12:00 - 1:00PM (lunch served
FRONTIERS IN NEUROSCIENCE                                                      @11:45am)
Speaker: Mark Goodman, Ph.D.          Date: Tuesday, March 1st, 2005           PLACE: Whitehead Auditorium – 1st
Director, Division of Radiological    Time: 6:00 pm (reception following)      floor
Sciences; Professor of Radiology,     Location: Teasley Lecture Hall /         For Further info Contact: Darcal
Psychiatry, Hematology and            Science Center Bldg.                     Dixon 727-3727 or via email
Oncology                              Directions to Agnes Scott -_
Emory University School of Medicine   http://www.agnesscott.edu/about/p_       Emory University
Title: Imaging Monoamine              mapsfull.asp                             Thursday March 10
Transporters by Positron Emission     For further information please           Rob Brownstone
Tomography                            contact: kpowell@gsu.edu or call         Departments of Surgery
Date: Friday, April 22, 2005          (404-463-0941)                           (Neurosurgery) and Anatomy &
Time: 12:00 noon                                                               Neurobiology,
Location: Whitehead Research Bldg.                                             Dalhousie University
Auditorium (615 Michael St.)          Department of Pharmacology,              Title: TBA
Sponsored by the Graduate Program     Emory University School of               Time: 9:00 a.m.
in Neuroscience                       Medicine                                 Location: Whitehead Building 6th
For further information call - 404-   Tuesday March 2                          Floor Common Room.
727-3707                              Dr. Gary J. Bassell                      Informal discussion with the speaker
                                      Dept. of Neuroscience, Rose              is from 10:00 - 10:30 a.m.
                                      Kennedy Center for Mental                Light refreshments are served at
Georgia State University              Retardation,                             8:45 a.m.
Calcium symposium                     Bronx, NY,
Date: Saturday, April 23rd , 2005     Title: “mRNA Transport, Local            Emory University
Time: Starts 8:20am                   Translation and Neurological             FRONTIERS IN NEUROSCIENCE
This symposium is sponsored by:       Disease”                                 Speaker: Michael S. Fanselow
The Center for Neural                 Time: 12:00 Noon                         Department of Psychology
Communication and Computation         Location: 5th Floor Conference           UCLA Learning and Memory Project
Photon Technology International       Room, O.W. Rollins Research              University of California, Los Angeles
Atlanta Calcium Club                  Center                                   Title: "The Hippocampus: A Place
                                                                               and Time for Fear"
                                      Emory University                         Date: Friday, March 11, 2005
Emory University                      Thursday March 3                         Time: 12:00 noon (Refreshments at
FRONTIERS IN NEUROSCIENCE             Dr. Kelly Suter                          11:45)
Speaker: James Lah, Ph.D.             Department of Biology, Emory             Location: Whitehead Research Bldg.
Department of Neurology, Emory        University                               Auditorium (615 Michael St.)
University School of Medicine         Title: "Of neurons and networks:         Sponsored by the Graduate
Title: LR11/SorLA in Alzheimer'  s    Control of firing by synaptic input to   Program in Neuroscience
Pathogenesis: Expanding the Field     gonadotropin releasing hormone           Host: Michael Jutras
of Therapeutic Targets                (GnRH) neurons"                          For further information call - 404-
Date: Friday, April 29, 2005          Time: 9:00 a.m.                          727-3707
Time: 12:00 noon                      Location: Whitehead Building 6th
Location: Whitehead Research Bldg.    Floor Common Room.
Auditorium (615 Michael St.)          Informal discussion with the speaker     Department of Pharmacology,
Sponsored by the Graduate Program     is from 10:00 - 10:30 a.m.               Emory University School of
in Neuroscience                       Light refreshments are served at         Medicine
For further information call - 404-   8:45 a.m.                                Tuesday March 11th
727-3707                                                                       Dr. Anne Marie Craig
                                                                               Dept. of Anatomy and Neurobiology,
                                      Emory University                         Washington University School of
                                      CENTER FOR                               Medicine
                                      NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE                Title: “Synapse Assembly and
March 2005                                                                     Remodeling in Cultured
                                      SEMINAR
                                      Speaker:                                 Hippocampal Neurons”
Agnes Scott College                   David Krantz, MD, PhD                    Time: 12:00 Noon
CENTER FOR BEHAVIORAL                 Assistant Professor                      Location: 5th Floor Conference
NEUROSCIENCE*                         UCLA                                     Room, O.W. Rollins Research
Present:                                                                       Center
                                         Program in Neuroscience                  Institute of Molecular Medicine and
Brain Awareness week                     Speaker: Lisa Stanek-Rattiner            Genetics
March 14-20, 2005                        Title: "The Role of Brain Derived        Medical College of Georgia
                                         Neurotrophic Factor in Amygdala          Augusta, Georgia
                                         Dependent Learning and Memory"           Title:"Changes in Synapse Structure
EMORY UNIVERSITY                         An oral presentation of a dissertation   During Long Term Potentiation"
Graduate School of Arts and              submitted to the Faculty of              Date: Wednesday, March 16, 2005
Sciences                                 the Graduate School of Emory             Time: Noon
Graduate Division of Biological and      University in partial fulfillment of     Location: Yerkes Seminar Room
Biomedical Sciences                      the requirements for the degree of
Program in Neuroscience                  Doctor of Philosophy
Speaker: Isadora Feliz Bielsky           Date: Tuesday, March 15, 2005            Agnes Scott College
Title: The Role of Vasopressin and       Time: 10:00 a.m.                         Center for behavioral Neuroscience
the V1a Receptor Subtype in              Location: Yerkes Primate Research        Present:
Anxiety and Social Behaviors             Center Neuroscience Building 1st         Sarah Pallas, Ph.D.
Date: Monday, March 14, 2005             Floor Auditorium                         Assoc. Professor
Time: 9:00 a.m.                          Advisor: Kerry J. Ressler, M.D.,         Dept. of Biology
Location: Neuroscience Building,         Ph.D.                                    Georgia State University
Yerkes Primate Center 1st Floor          Michael Davis, Ph.D.                     Title: The remarkable plasticity of the
Auditorium                               Committee Members:                       young brain
Advisor: Larry J. Young, Ph.D.           Kim Huhman, Ph.D.                        Date: Thursday, March 17th, 2005
Committee Members:                       Donald Rainnie, Ph.D.                    Time: 6:00 pm reception following
Mark Wilson, Ph.D.                       Larry Young, Ph.D.                       Location: Teasley Lecture Hall
Kerry Ressler, M.D., Ph.D.                                                        Science Center Bldg.
David Weinshenker, Ph.D.                                                          Directions to Agnes Scott
Matthew Grober, Ph.D (GSU).              Emory University                         For further information please
                                         Graduate School of Arts and              contact: kpowell@gsu.edu (404-463-
                                         Sciences                                 0941)
Emory University                         Graduate Division of Biological and
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN                      Biomedical Sciences
GENETICS SEMINAR                         Program in Neuroscience                  Georgia State University
Speaker(s):                              Anne-Elise Tobin                         Invertebrate Neuroscience Forum
Louis Ptacek, M.D., Ph.D.                Title: Modulation And Morphology-        Speaker: Akira Sakurai
Investigator, Howard Hughes              Based Models Of Oscillator               Title:"The mechanism for synaptic
Medical Institute                        Interneurons In The Leech Heartbeat      potentiation by a serotonergic neuron
John C. Coleman                          Central Pattern Generator                in the Tritonia swim CPG"
Distinguished Professorship in           An oral presentation of a dissertation   Date: March 18th
Neurodegenerative Diseases               submitted to the Faculty of the          Time: 8:30 am
Professor, Department of Neurology       Graduate School of Emory University      Location: 441 NSC
University of California at San          in partial fulfillment of
Francisco                                the requirements for the degree of
Title: "Molecular basis of episodic      Doctor of Philosophy                     Atlanta Center for Behavioral
neurological disorders”                  Date: Wednesday, March 16, 2005          Neuroscience
Date: Monday, March 14, 2005             Time: 10:00 a.m.                         Brains Rule! Neuroscience
Time: 12:00pm                            Location: Dental School Building         Exposition
Location: Whitehead Auditorium,          Room 308                                 Date: Saturday, March 19
Ground Floor                                                                      Time: 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.
Whitehead Biomedical Research            Advisor: Ronald L. Calabrese, Ph.D.      Locaiton: Zoo Atlanta
Building                                 Committee Members:                       Open to the public with zoo
                                         Dieter Jaeger, Ph.D.                     admission
*Please join us for light refreshments   Timothy Cope, Ph.D.
at **11:45a.m.** prior to the            Stephen Traynelis, Ph.D.                 Touch a human brain! See your own
Seminar*                                 Farzan Nadim, Ph.D. (Rutgers             EEG! Test your senses! Compare
Location: Whitehead Biomedical           University)                              the
Research Building Auditorium,                                                     brains of dolphins and manatees! Act
Ground Floor                                                                      like a neurotransmitter! Create and
                                         Emory University                         take home your own brain art! Adults
                                         The Yerkes National Primate              and children of all ages will enjoy
EMORY UNIVERSITY                         Research Center                          learning about neuroscience through
Graduate School of Arts and              Presents:                                an array of activities and
Sciences                                 Kristen M. Harris, PhD                   information booths staffed by
Graduate Division of Biological and      Chief, Synapses and Cell Signaling       researchers, students and
Biomedical Sciences                      Program                                  community
professionals. Information on                                                    Room (14 th Floor) Broad St
summer programs for kids and            EMORY UNIVERSITY                         between Marietta St and Walton St
young adults                            Graduate School of Arts and
also will be available. Explore the     Sciences
exposition at your own pace. Free       Graduate Division of Biological and
door prizes and brain goodies.          Biomedical Sciences                      EMORY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF
                                        Program in Neuroscience                  MEDICINE
For more information, visit:            Speaker: Elizabeth A.D. Hammock          DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY
http://www.cbn-                         Title: "Vasopressin 1a receptor gene     SEMINAR
atl.org/edu_programs/public_educati     structure, function and social           Speaker: Stephen Traynelis, Ph.D.
on/bam.html or contact                  behavior"                                Department of Pharmacology
Kyle Frantz, Ph.D., Georgia State       An oral presentation of a dissertation   Emory University School of Medicine
University                              submitted to the Faculty of the          Title: "Is proton regulation of NMDA
                                        Graduate School of Emory University      receptors a viable therapeutic
Atlanta Center for Behavioral           in partial fulfillment of                target?"
Neuroscience                            the requirements for the degree of       Date: Thursday, March 24, 2005
How We Remember, Why We                 Doctor of Philosophy                     Time: 9:00 a.m.
Forget*                                 Date: Tuesday, March 22, 2005            Location: Whitehead Biomedical
Lecture and film screening of/          Time:9:00 a.m.                           Research Bldg., Conference Room
Memento/                                Location:Yerkes Neuroscience             600
Date: Monday, March 21                  Research Building Auditorium             (Refreshments served!)
Time: 6:45-10 p.m.                      Advisor: Larry Young, Ph.D.
Location: Fernbank Museum of            Committee Members:
Natural History                         Kerry Ressler, M.D.,Ph.D.                Agnes Scott College
767 Clifton Rd.                         Xiao-Jiang Li,Ph.D.                      CENTER FOR BEHAVIORAL
Admission is FREE, but advanced         Steve Warren, Ph.D.                      NEUROSCIENCE *S E M I N A R
reservations are required.              Peter MacLeish, Ph.D.                    Speaker: Harold Gouzoules, Ph.D.
To reserve, call 404.929.6400.                                                   Professor Dept. of Psychology
                                        Georgia State University                 Emory University
Think you accurately remember a         CENTER FOR BEHAVIORAL                    Title: "Primatological flip-flopping: the
conversation from a few days ago?       NEUROSCIENCE Seminar                     evolution of language from
What                                    Speaker: Marc Breedlove - Barnett        communication in monkeys and
about events from several years         Rosenberg Professor of                   apes"
ago? Just how good is your memory,      Neuroscience,                            Date: Tuesday, March 29th, 2005
and                                     Depts. Psychology and Zoology,           Time: 6:00 pm - reception following
how do you know if you are having       Michigan State University                Location: Teasley Lecture Hall
memory problems?                        Title: Why Sex Really Matters            Science Center Bldg. Agnes Scott
                                        Date: March 22, 2005                     College
Stuart Zola, PhD, director of the       Time: 6:30 pm - reception 7 - 8 pm
Yerkes National Primate Research        seminar
Center of Emory University and co-      Location: The Brown Room, 18th           Emory University
director of the Atlanta Center for      Floor of The Commerce Club (34           Thursday March 31
Behavioral Neuroscience, will use       Broad Street downtown Atlanta)           Dr. Jacques Duysens
the critically acclaimed movie/         For more information contact: Kelly      Catholic University in Nijmegen,
Memento/ to illustrate what             Powell (404-463-094)                     Netherlands
neuroscience has revealed about         PARKING IN THE HURT PLAZA                Time: 9:00 a.m.
memory and                              GARAGE                                   Location: Whitehead Building 6th
amnesia. The critically acclaimed                                                Floor Common Room.
film, which was released in 2000, is    Georgia State University                 Informal discussion with the speaker
the story of a man suffering from       Brains & Behavior Distinguished          is from 10:00 - 10:30 a.m.
short-term memory loss who uses         Scholar Lecture Series                   Light refreshments are served at
notes                                   Speaker: P. Read Montague                8:45 a.m.
                            s
and tattoos to find his wife' killer.   Professor, Department of
           t
You won'forget this film or lecture!    Neuroscience
                                        Human Neuroimaging Lab                   Emory University
**Note: The film is rated R for         Baylor College of Medicine               CENTER FOR
violence, language and some drug        Title: "Hyperscanning reveals            NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE
content.                                reputation and trust signals in a two-   SEMINAR
Patrons under age 17 must be            person economic exchange"                Speaker: Michele Mazzanti, PhD
accompanied by a parent or              Date: Wednesday, March 23, 2005          Professor
guardian. The                           Time: 1:00 PM                            University La Sapienza,
lecture and film are most appropriate   Location: Commerce Club, Sterne          Rome Italy
for an adult audience.
Title:"Involvement of the Intracellular                                            Speaker: Mar M. Sanchez, Ph.D.
Ion Channel, CLIC1, In Microglia-         Emory University                         Department of Psychiatry,
Mediated Beta-Amyloid-Induced             Frontiers In Neuroscience                Emory University School of Medicine
Neurotoxicity"                            Date:February 4 2005                     Title: "Developmental Effects of Early
DATE: THURSDAY, MARCH 31,                 Time: 12 noon                            Life Stress in Primates"
2005                                      Location: Whitehead Research
TIME: 12:00 - 1:00PM (lunch served        Auditorium
@11:45am)                                 Speaker: Louis Muglia, M.D,Ph.D.         Emory University
PLACE: Whitehead Conference 500           Department of Pediatrics, Molecular      Cell Signaling Series
– 5th floor                               Biology & Pharmacology ,                 Date: Feb 11
For Further info Contact: Darcal          Washington University School of          Speaker: Pete Wenner
Dixon 727-3727 or via email               Medicine                                 Emory University
dadixon@emory.edu                         Title: "Genetic Analysis of the Stress   Title: "Spontaneous network activity
                                          Response in Mice"                        and the development of neural
                                                                                   circuits"
Emory University                                                                   Host: Dr. Deborah Baro
School of Applied Physiology              Emory University
Seminar                                   Date: Wednesday, February 9, 2005
Speaker: Huub Maas, Ph.D.                 Time: 4:00 pm                            Emory University
Title: "Mechanical interaction            Location: Cell Biology Seminar           Date: Wednesday, February 16,
between synergistic muscles in rat"       Room: #400 Whitehead Building            2005
Georgia Insitute of Technology            Speaker: Wesley Grueber                  Time: 4:00 pm
Time: 4pm Thurs., Mar. 31                 University of California, San            Location: Cell Biology Seminar
Location: 150 Coon Building,              Francisco                                Room: #400 Whitehead Building
Georgia Tech                              (faculty candidate)                      Speaker: Arnold Kriegstein
                                          Title: "Genetic Regulation of            University of California, San
                                          Neuronal Morphological Diversity in      Francisco
Emory University                          /Drosophila"                             Title: "Patterns of Neurogenesis in
DEPARTMENT OF                                                                      the Cortex"
PHARMACOLOGY, AND DIVISION
OF NEUROSCIENCE                           Georgia State University
YERKES NATIONAL PRIMATE                   Invertebrate Neuroscience Forum
                                                                                   Emory University
RESEARCH CENTER EMORY                     Date: Feb 11th
                                                                                   Date: February 16, 2005
UNIVERSITY                                Speaker: Bob Calin-Jageman
                                                                                   Time: 6:30 - 8 pm
are pleased to co-sponsor                 Title: "A computational approach to      Speaker: Ralph Adolphs
Speaker: Dr. Jisheng Han                  understanding cellular interactions in   Professor of Neurology, University of
Director, Neuroscience Research           the siphon-withdrawal circuit of         Iowa
Institute, Peking University;             Aplysia Californica"
                                                                                   Title: "Emotion and the Human Brain
President, Chinese Association for        Time: 8:30 am
                                                                                   "
the Study of Pain                         Location: 441 NSC                        **Note: The CBN seminar by Dr.
Title: Acupuncture: From Pain Killing                                              Ralph Adolphs scheduled for
to the Treatment of Drug Addiction        Emory University                         Spelman
Date: Thursday, March 31, 2005            Neurology Grand Rounds                   next Wednesday from 1-2 pm has
Time: 4:00 p.m. (Refreshments will        Date: Friday, February 11, 2005          been cancelled. Dr. Adolphs will
be served before the seminar)             Time: 10:30 am                           still lead a seminar on Tuesday ,
Location: Yerkes National Primate         Location: The Emory Clinic, A            Feb. 15th 7 - 8 pm at Yerkes (Emory
Research Center Neuroscience              Building Room: Brown Auditorium,         University). All are invited to attend
Building Seminar Room, 1 st Floor         tunnel level                             For more information contact: Kelly
                                          Speaker: Jonathan Glass, M.D.            Powell biokrp@langate.gsu.edu
Call Yerkes shuttle for                   Professor of Neurology and
transportation: 404-783-7803.             Pathology
Yerkes parking deck has limited           Emory University School of Medicine      2004-2005 Lecture Series
parking for visitors.                     Title: "Axonal Degeneration: A           Emory University
For additional information contact        Rational Target For
                                                                                   Neuroscience Division
Susan Marshall (404-727-1737;             Neurodegenerative Diseases"*
                                                                                   Yerkes National Primate Research
smmarsh@emory.edu )                                                                Center
or Peggy Plant (404-727-7730;                                                      Speaker: Charles R. Gerfen, Ph.D.
peggy@rmy.emory.edu )                     Emory University
                                                                                   Chief, Laboratory of
                                          Frontiers In Neuroscience
                                                                                   Neurophysiology, and
                                          Date:February 11, 2005
                                                                                   Section of Neuroanatomy
                                          Time: 12 noon
                                                                                   National Institute of Mental Health
February 2005                             Location: Whitehead Research
                                                                                   Title: "Dopamine Function in the
                                          Auditorium
Striatum"                             Location: Whitehead Auditorium,         PLACE: Whitehead Conference
Date: Thursday, February 17, 2005     Ground Floor Whitehead Biomedical       Room 500 - 5th floor
Time: 4:00 p.m. (Refreshments will    Research Building
be served before the seminar)                                                 Speaker:
Location: Yerkes National Primate     Please join us for light refreshments   Kyung-Tai Min, PhD
Research Center Neuroscience          at 11:45a.m. prior to the Seminar       Principal Investigator
Building Seminar Room, 1st Floor      Whitehead Biomedical Research           NINDS, Bethesda, MD
Call Yerkes Shuttle for               Building                                Title:"Using Drosophila to understand
transportation: 404-783-7802          Auditorium, Ground Floor                the functions of Down Syndrome
Yerkes Parking Deck has limited                                               Critical Region 1 (DSCR1)"
parking for visitors.                 Emory University
                                      Psychology Colloquium                   For Further info Contact: Darcal
For additional information, contact   Date: Monday, February 28th             Dixon 727-3727 or via email
Susan Marshall (404-727-              Time: 4:00 PM                           dadixon@emory.edu
1737;smmarsh@emory.edu or             Location: White Hall 207
Peggy Plant (404-727-7730;            Speaker: Dr. Terrence Deacon
peggy@rmy.emory.edu                   Title: "On the empty space where we     Emory University
                                      expected to find a language             Department of Cell Biology
                                      template: How a complex cognitive       Date: Wednesday January 12, 2005
Georgia State University              function evolved by off-loading         Time: 4:00 p.m. (Refreshments 3:45
Date: Feb 18                          epigenetic control"                     p.m.)
Speaker: Dr. Kyle Frantz                                                      Location: Cell Biology Seminar
Title: "The Agony of Ecstasy and      Georgia State University                Room
Other Tales of Teens"                                                         Rm 400 Whitehead Bldg.
                                      The Brains & Behavior Program
Host: Dr. Teryl Frey                  announces a Neurophilosophy
                                      Seminar:                                Speaker:
Emory University                                                              NICK SPITZER
                                      Dr. Scarantino
Date: Monday, Feb 21st, 2005                                                  University of California, San Diego
                                      University of Pittsburgh
Time: 12:00 pm                                                                Title: “Activity-Dependent
                                      Title: "Will the Real Emotions Please
Location: Whitehead auditorium                                                Homeostatic Specification of
                                      Stand Up?"
Speaker: Dr. Morgan Sheng (MIT)       Date: Monday, February 28, 2005         Neurotransmitter Choice”
to give a seminar on                  Time: 4pm-6pm                           (Beth Finch – Host)
Title: "Signaling pathways in         Location: General Classroom
postsynaptic density"                 Building 631
Dr. Sheng is one of the leaders in
neuroscience.                                                                 2004-2005 Lecture Series
                                      January 2005                            Neuroscience Division
Emory University                                                              Yerkes National Primate Research
                                      Emory University                        Center
Frontiers In Neuroscience
                                      Tallie Baram, MD, PhD
Date:February 25th, 2005
                                      University of California, Irvine        Patrick R. Hof, M.D.
Time: 12 noon
                                                                              Regenstreif Professor of
Location: Whitehead Research          Will be speaking to any interested
Auditorium                                                                    Neuroscience
                                      CBN and Emory                           Mount Sinai School of Medicine,
Speaker: Teepu Siddique, M.D .
                                      Neuroscience faculty, postdocs &        New York, NY
Department of Neurology,
                                      students on
Cell and Molecular Biology,
                                      Title: "Stress-evoked, CRH-mediated     Title:Brain Aging in Primates:
Northwestern University               Hippocampal Neuroplasticity:
Title: "The Etiologies of ALS and                                             Evidence for Subtle, but Significant,
                                      Structure, Function, Mechanisms"        Neuronal Alterations in the Cerebral
Search for Synthesis"
                                                                              Cortex
                                      Date: Friday, 7 January                 Date: Thursday, January 13, 2005
EMORY UNIVERSITY                      Time:12:30 PM                           Location: Yerkes National Primate
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN                   Location: Whitehead Auditorium          Research Center
GENETICS                              Host: Dr. Paul Plotsky                  Neuroscience Building Seminar
SEMINAR                                                                       Room, 1st Floor
Xiao-Jiang Li, Ph.D.                                                          Refreshments will be served before
                                      Emory University
Associate Professor                   CENTER FOR                              the seminar
Department of Human Genetics          NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE
Emory University School of Medicine   SEMINAR                                 Call Yerkes Shuttle for
                  s
Title: “Huntington' Disease”                                                  transportation: 404-783-7802
                                      DATE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY
                                      12, 2005                                Yerkes Parking Deck has limited
Date: Monday, February 28, 2005                                               parking for visitors.
                                      TIME: 12:00 - 1:00PM ( ~lunch
Time: 12:00pm
                                      served @11:45am~ )
For additional information: contact    Emory University                        SEMINAR
Susan Marshall (404-727-1737;          Title: "The Primate Hippocampus         DATE: WEDNESDAY, JANUARY
smmarsh@emory.edu or Peggy             and Memory: Maturation and Early        26, 2005
Plant (404-727-7730;                   Insult                                  TIME: 12:00 - 1:00PM (lunch
peggy@rmy.emory.edu                    Date: Friday, January 21, 2005          served @11:45am)
                                       Time: 12:00 noon (Refreshments at       PLACE: Whitehead Conference
                                       11:45)                                  Room 500 - 5th floor
                                       Location: Emory University              Speaker:
Emory University                       Whitehead Research Bldg.                Shermali Gunawardena, PhD
Date: Thursday, January 13, 2005       Auditorium (615 Michael St.)            Postdoctoral Fellow
Time: 4:00 pm                                                                  University of California, San Diego
Location: Cell Biology Seminar         Sponsored by the Graduate Program       Title: "Axonal transport and
Room 400                               in Neuroscience                         neurodegenerative disease: Do
Whitehead Biomedical Res. Bldg.        For further information call - 404-     problems in
Emory University                       727-3707                                transport contribute to early
Fengquan Zhou                                                                  neuropathology?"
University of North Carolina
FACULTY CANDIDATE                      Emory University                        For Further info Contact: Darcal
Title: "The Path From Extracellular    Date: Tuesday, January 25 th            Dixon or call (770) 727-3727
Signals to Axon Assembly"              Time: 6:30 pm - reception 7 – 8 pm
                                       seminar                                 *“This seminar series was made
                                       Location: Yerkes Seminar Room,          possible through an unrestricted
Emory University
                                       Main Bldg. Emory University             educational grant provided by
CENTER FOR
                                                                               Janssen, Inc.”*
NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE
SEMINAR                                Speaker: John Wingfield, Ph.D.
DATE: THURSDAY, JANUARY 13,            Dept. of Biology
                                                                               Emory University
2005                                   University of Washington
                                                                               Cell Biology Seminar
TIME: 11:00 - 12:00PM                  Title: "Control of reproduction in
                                                                               Date: Wednesday, January 26
PLACE: Whitehead Conference            diverse habitats: integrating
                                                                               Time: 4:00 p.m.
Room 500 - 5th floor                   environmental and social cues"
                                                                               Location: Whitehead Biomedical
Speaker:                                                                       Res. Bldg., Rm 400
                                       contact Kelly Powell for directions (   Speaker: Stefan Heller, Harvard
Gary Bassell, PhD                      or 404-463-0941)                        University
Associate Professor                    Map to Emory:                           Title: "Inner ear cell regeneration with
Albert Einstein College of Medicine,   http://www.emory.edu/WWW/directio       stem cells"
Bronx, NY                              ns.html
Title:"Neuronal RNA Transport and
Spinal Muscular Atrophy"
                                                                               Emory University
                                       Spelman College                         Cell Biology Special Seminar
For Further info Contact: Darcal
                                       Date: Wednesday, January 26 th          Date: Thursday, January 27
Dixon 727-3727 or via email            Time: 1 - 2 pm seminar 2 pm -           Time: 4:00 p.m.
dadixon@emory.edu                      reception                               Location: Whitehead Biomedical
                                       Location: NASA Auditorium Room          Res. Bldg. Rm 400
                                       134 Science Center                      Speaker: *Subhabrata Sanyal,
                                       Spelman College                         University of Arizona
Georgia State University
                                       Speaker:                                Title: "Signaling networks in neuronal
Invertebrate Neuroscience Forum        John Wingfield, Ph.D.
Jan 14th                                                                       plasticity"
                                       Dept. of Biology
Manfred Schmidt
                                       University of Washington
Title: "Elicitation and function of
                                       Title: "Control of Life Cycles in an    Emory University
antennular grooming in the spiny
                                       Era of Global Climate Change"           Frontiers In Neuroscience
lobster, Panulirus argus"
                                                                               Date: Friday January 28 2005
Time: 8:30 am
Location: 441 NSC                      contact Kelly Powell for directions (   Time: 12 noon
                                       or 404-463-0941)                        Location: Whitehead Research
                                       Map to Spelman:                         Auditorium
                                       http://www.spelman.edu/students/pro     Speaker: James Herndon, Ph.D
Emory University                                                               Neuroscience Division,
                                       spective/visit/directions.shtml
FRONTIERS IN NEUROSCIENCE                                                      Yerkes National Primate Research
Jocelyne Bachevalier, Ph.D                                                     Center,
Department of Psychology                                                       Emory University
Yerkes National Primate Research       Emory University
                                       CENTER FOR                              Title: "Cognitive Aging in Primates"
Center
                                       NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE
                                        Date: Monday, January 31st            Plaza Garage, Edgewood Avenue
Georgia State University                Time: Seminar Noon - 1 pm (Lunch      SEE MAP ATTACHED TO THIS
The University of Southern California   served 11:30 - 12:30 pm)              EMAIL
Alumni Association of Atlanta and       Location: The Brown Room, 18th
The Center for Behavioral               Floor                                 Seminars - Spring 2005
Neuroscience (CBN)                      Commerce Club Bldg, 34 Broad          John Wingfield - Professor of
PRESENT:                                Street                                Zoology, University of Washington at
Alan Watts, Ph.D.                       Georgia State University              Seattle
Dept. of Biology                                                              Date: January 25-26, 2005
University of Southern California       contact Kelly Powell or 404-463-094   Time: 6:30 - 8 pm
Title: "CRH gene expression: what       Map to Commerce Club:                 Locations: TBA
does it really do for CRH               http://www.thecommerceclub.org/loc    TITLE TBA
neuroendocrine neurons?"                ation.html                            For more information contact:
                                        *FREE PARKING ONLY* in the Hurt       Kelly Powell biokrp@langate.gsu.edu

								
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