Post Tagged with: "Neurolunch"

NEUROLUNCH | Mixed-mode Synchronization Between Two Inhibitory Neurons with Post-inhibitory Rebound, April 4

NEUROLUNCH meets Tuesday April 4, at noon in 201 LSB (Life Sciences Building). Ryan Ellison will discuss “Mixed-mode synchronization between two inhibitory neurons with post-inhibitory rebound.” Abstract: This study investigates the role of post-inhibitory rebound (PIR), via a low-threshold calcium activated current, as a coupling mechanism of model neurons in […]

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April 1, 2017 at 11:15 pmEvents

NEUROLUNCH | Mechanical Waves in Neurons: Action Waves Due to Action Potentials, March 21

For this week’s NEUROLUNCH, Ali Khaledi Nasab discusses “Mechanical waves in the neurons: Action waves due to action potentials” on Tuesday March 21, at noon in Life Sciences Building 201. “I will start with the recent paper about the measurement of the mechanical waves in the lobster neurons, and I […]

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March 1, 2017 at 7:00 pmEvents

Neurolunch | Metastable Actin Filaments Drive Bulk Axonal Actin Transport, March 28

The Biological Sciences Neurolunch presents Nilaj Chakrabarty discussing “Metastable Actin Filaments Drive Bulk Axonal Actin Transport”on Tuesday, March 28, at noon in 201 LSB (Life Sciences Building). Abstract: Actin is one of the key constituents of the neuronal cytoskeleton and is responsible for driving important cellular processes like axon elongation. […]

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March 1, 2017 at 5:15 pmEvents

Neurolunch | Perinatal Depression and SSRI Exposure, Feb. 14

Mary Gemmel

Neurolunch presents Mary Gemmel discussing “Perinatal depression and SSRI exposure: effects on social behavior and neurodevelopment” on Tuesday, Feb. 14, at noon in LSB 201. Gemmel is a graduate student in Biological Sciences.

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February 1, 2017 at 8:45 pmEvents

Neurolunch | The Search for True Numbers of Neurons and Glial Cells in Human Brain, Jan. 31

Dr. William Holmes will discuss “The search for true numbers of neurons and glial cells in the human brain” at Neurolunch on Tuesday Jan. 31, at noon in LSB 201. Holmes is Professor of Biological Sciences at Ohio University. Abstract: It is widely believed that glial cells outnumber neurons 10:1. […]

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January 1, 2017 at 4:43 pmEvents

Neurolunch: Incorporation of Inwardly Rectifying AMPA Receptors at Silent Synapses During Hippocampal Long-Term Potentiation, Oct. 2

Neurolunch features Ximing Li discussing “Incorporation of inwardly rectifying AMPA receptors at silent synapses during hippocampal long-term potentiation” on  Thursday, Oct. 2, at noon in LSB 201. Neurolunch seminars are students and faculty presenting their research or discussing a recent journal article. Li is discussing an article on “Incorporation of […]

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October 2, 2014 at 3:15 pmEvents

Neurolunch: ‘Sensory Neuron Branching at Paddlefish Electroreceptors,’ Sept. 18

Neurolunch presents David Russell on “Sensory Neuron Branching at Paddlefish Electroreceptors” on Thursday, Sept. 18, at noon at the Life Sciences Building 201. Abstract: The spatial organization of ampullary electroreceptors on the skin of paddlefish (Polyodon spathula) prompts questions about the site(s) where action potentials are initiated in sensory neuron axons. […]

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August 30, 2014 at 6:45 pmEvents