Behavioral Neuroscience Seminar Series

Time & Place: Thursdays, 4pm in BOUS 160 (Map)
Contact john.salamone@uconn.edu if you have speaker suggestions, questions, or would like to receive email announcements.

Fall 2018

Sep 6 Neuroscience Fellows Data Blitz
Oct 11 Eric Nunes, Yale University Ventral tegmental cholinergic receptors mediates cocaine seeking, mood-related behaviors and phasic dopamine release in the nucleus accumbens
Oct 18 Student Talk: Naixin Ren Model-based detection of putative synaptic connections from multi-electrode spike recordings
Oct 25 Greg Sartor, UConn Pharmacy
Nov 1 Student Talk: Samantha Marques
Student Talk: Caitlyn Cody
Nov 15 Student Talk: Ruth McLeod
Student Talk: Michael Gyetvan
Nov 29 Mariana Pereira, UMass
Dec 6 Alex Kwan, Yale
Dec 13 Student Talk: Carla Carratala
Student Talk: Sarah Ferrigno

Past Seminars (2014-), Past Seminars (Before 2014)

PSYC 5200 & Student Presentations

The seminars are open to any interested faculty, staff, and students. However, BNS graduate students are required to take 4 semesters of seminar (PSYC 5200) for credit. The major goal of the course is to give students a chance to practice presenting and get feedback on their research. Senior graduate students and advanced/honors undergraduates working in BNS/PNB labs may also register.

Course Expectations:

  • Attendance at Thurs 4pm talks is mandatory for students registered for the course
  • Registered students should give 1 talk per semester
  • Send in your title and a short abstract (~300 words) 1 week before your scheduled talk
  • Avoid technical problems by checking the projector/laptop/adapters well before your presentation

Grading: pass/fail based on attendance (50%) and participation (50%)

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