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The University of Texas at Dallas School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

O’DONNELL BRAIN INSTITUTE SEMINAR SERIES ARCHIVE

 

2021 Archive

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Sep 13, 2021
Virtual Event
5-6pm
John H. Sampson, MD, PhD, MBA, MHSc
Duke University
Turning Knowledge into Money and Money into Knowledge: A Journey in the Development of Immunotherapeutics for Brain Tumors
Sep 14
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Susana Lampley, MD
UT Southwestern
Women’s Mental Health in the Correctional Setting
Sep 14
Virtual Event
10:30-11:30am
Paul Donlin-Asp, PhD
Max Planck Institute
Resolving the Localization and Dynamics of RNA and Protein Synthesis Within Neurons
Zoom Meeting
Sep 15
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Bruce Ovbiagele, MD
University of California, San Francisco
Burden of Stroke in Africa: Long Walk to Freedom
Sep 15
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Steven Paul, MD
Washington University School of Medicine
Neurosteroids and GABAA receptors: From Lab Bench to Medicine Chest – Discovery of the First Medicine to Treat Postpartum Depression
Sep 15
Virtual Event
5-6pm
Spencer Bowen, PhD
UT Southwestern
Precision Neuroimaging with PET: It’s About Time
Zoom Meeting
Sep 20
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Seonhye Park and Danyal Alam Neuroscience Graduate Program WIPS
Zoom Meeting
Sep 21
Virtual Event
10:30-11:30am
Chun-Li Zhang, PhD
UT Southwestern
Zoom Meeting
Sep 21
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Munro Cullum, PhD
UT Southwestern
Advances in Sub-Specialty Psychiatry
Zoom Meeting
Sep 22
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Michael Boninger, MD
University of Pittsburgh
The Hype and Hope of Assistive Technology
Sep 23
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Svjetlana Miocinovic, MD, PhD
Emory University
Optimizing Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease Using Physiologic Signals and Biophysical Modeling
Zoom Meeting
Sep 29
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Lawrence Zeidman, MD, FAAN
Loyola University
Brain Science Under the Swastika: Ethical Violations, Resistance and Victimization of Neuroscientists in Nazi Europe
Sep 29
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Psychiatry Grand Rounds with three UTSW faculty Optimizing your Leadership Style
Sep 30
Virtual Event
4-5pm
Melanie Hayden Gephart, MD, MAS
Stanford University
Adaptive Innovation to Understand and Treat Metastasis
Oct 1
Virtual Event
8-9am
Ryan Solinsky, MD
Harvard Medical School
Managing Autonomic Dysreflexia After SCI: Insights and Future Directions
Zoom Meeting
Oct 1
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Bill Dauer, MD
O’Donnell Brain Institute
Introduction to New OBI Research Programs (Agenda)
Zoom Meeting
Oct 5
Virtual Event
10:30-11:30am
Dheeraj Roy, PhD
Broad Institute
Anterior Thalamic Dysfunction Underlies Cognitive Deficits in Neuropsychiatric Disease Models
Zoom Meeting
Oct 6
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Kathleen Bell, MD
UT Southwestern
Age and Aging with TBI
Oct 7
Virtual Event
10-11am
Ueli Ruthishauser, PhD
Cedars Sinai
Probing Human Memory and Control at the Single-Neuron Level
Zoom Meeting
Oct 7
Virtual Event
5-6pm
Betty Y.S. Kim, MD, PhD
MD Anderson Cancer Center
Translating Discoveries in Neurosurgical Oncology
Zoom Meeting
Oct 11
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Filip Dybowski and Marcus Berndt
UT Southwestern
NGP Works-in-Progress
Zoom Meeting
Oct 11
Virtual Event
2-3pm
Rachel Green, PhD
Johns Hopkins University
Colliding Ribosomes are Critical Activators of Signaling Pathways
Oct 12
Virtual Event
10:30-11:30am
Lu Sun, PhD
UT Southwestern
How is Myelination Controlled in Space and Time
Zoom Meeting
Oct 12
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Jeanine Galusha, PhD
UT Southwestern
Forensic Neuropsychological Evaluations
Oct 13
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Ying Xian, MD, PhD
UT Southwestern
Antithrombotic Therapy for Secondary Stroke Prevention: Safety and Effectiveness in Seniors
Oct 13
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Dost Ongur, MD, PhD
Harvard University
First Episode Psychosis: Clinical and Neurobiological Debates
Oct 18
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Richard Rueda and I-Mei Liao
UT Southwestern
Neuroscience Graduate Program WIPS
Zoom Meeting
Oct 20
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Carol A. Tamminga, MD
UT Southwestern
Hippocampal Hyperactivity in Schizophrenic Psychosis
Oct 20
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Jessica Moore, MD
UT Southwestern
A Strategic Approach for Recruitment and Retention of Diverse Faculty, Staff, and Trainees
Oct 20
Virtual Event
5-6pm
Peter Douglas, PhD
UT Southwestern
Brace for Impact: Catecholamine and Metabolism Initiate Concussion-Induced Neurodegeneration
Zoom Meeting
Oct 21
Virtual Event
10-11am
Aryn Gittis, PhD
Carnegie Mellon University
Circuit-Based Strategies for Long-Lasting Motor Recovery Following Dopamine Depletion
Zoom Meeting
Oct 26
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Shawn McClintock, PhD
UT Southwestern
Magnetic Seizure Therapy: Examining the Past to Inform the Future
Oct 27
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Nader Pouratian, MD, PhD
UT Southwestern
The Role of Motor Network Synchrony in the Pathophysiology of Parkinson Disease: Lessons from Human Intracranial Investigations
Oct 27
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Roscoe Brady, MD, PhD
Harvard Medical School
Developing Symptom-Circuit Therapeutics in Psychotic Disorders
Nov 1
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Maya Maor-Nof, PhD
Stanford University
Mechanism of Axonal and Neuronal Degeneration in Neurodegenerative Diseases
Zoom Meeting
Nov 2
Virtual Event
10:30-11:30am
Nathan Hedrick, PhD
University of California, San Diego
Learning Binds New Inputs into Functional Synaptic Clusters via Spinogenesis
Zoom Meeting
Nov 8
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Thomas Dunham and Yuh-Tarng Chen
UT Southwestern
Neuroscience Graduate Program WIPS
Zoom Meeting
Nov 9
Virtual Event
10:30-11:30am
Jing Wang, PhD
University of California, San Diego
A Nutrient-Specific Gut Hormone Arbitrates Between Courtship and Feeding
Zoom Meeting
Nov 9
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Warren Lee III, MD and Kehinde Obikoya, MD
UT Southwestern
Outcomes of Inpatient Competency Restoration in Misdemeanants — Implications Then and Now
Nov 10
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Stephen Figueroa, MD
UT Southwestern
Sports Related Traumatic Brain Injury — Managment in ProfessionalFootball and Motorsports
Nov 10
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Adam Mecca, MD, PhD
Yale University
Novel Biomarkers of Synaptic Health in Alzheimer’s Disease
Nov 17
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Joachim Herz, MD
UT Southwestern
A Novel Therapeutic Approach to Alzheimer’s Disease
Nov 17
Virtual Event
5-6pm
Nan Yan, PhD
UT Southwestern
STING Signaling in Neurodegenerative Disease
Zoom Meeting
Nov 19
Virtual Event
4-5pm
Samantha Iiams, PhD
Postdoctoral Researcher, UT Southwestern
Covert Capture and Attenuation of a Hippocampus- Dependent Fear Memory
Zoom Meeting
Nov 29
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Katie Poinsatte and Jennifer Smith
UT Southwestern
Neuroscience Graduate Program WIPS
Zoom Meeting
Nov 30
Virtual Event
10:30-11:30am
Stephen Maren, PhD
Texas A&M University
The Role of CCK Neurons Within the SCN Neuronal Network and in Driving Circadian Rhythms
In-Person in NB4.122 and Zoom Meeting
Dec 1
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Genevieve Konopka, PhD
UT Southwestern
Understanding Cognition One Cell at a Time
Dec 1
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Marius Wernig, MD, PhD
Stanford University
Next Generation Cell Therapies for the Brain
Dec 7
In-Person and Virtual Event
10:30-11:30am
Paul H. Taghert, PhD
Washington University School of Medicine
How the Fly Brain Tells Time
In-Person in Room NB4.122 and Zoom Meeting
Dec 8
In-Person and Virtual Event
12-1pm
Madhukar Trivedi, MD
UT Southwestern
Biosignatures of Depression
Dec 8
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Kapila Marambage, MD
UT Southwestern
Alcohol Withdrawal Management
Dec 8
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Jennifer Skeem, PhD
University of California, Berkeley
What Works, for Justice Involved People With Mental Illness
Dec 13
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Sveda Lab
UT Southwestern
Function and Pharmacology of Mechanosensitive Ion Channels
In-Person in Room NB4.122 and
Zoom Meeting
Dec 14
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Timothy J. Proctor, PhD, ABPP
Psychologist at Price Poctor
The Forensic Mindset & the Role of the Expert Witness
Dec 15
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Ryan Hibbs, ,PhD
UT Southwestern
Structural Biology Sheds Light on Mechanisms of General Anesthesia & Autoimmune Encephalitis
Zoom Meeting
Dec 15
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Marc Freeman, PhD
Oregon Health and Sciences University
Brain Responses to Injury (Axon Degeneration, Bystander Effect)
Dec 15
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Laura N. Gitlin, PhD, FGSA, FAAN
Drexel University
Is Activity a ““Pill” in Dementia Care? The Tailored Activity Program (TAP)
Dec 16
Virtual Event
10-11am
Marco Capogrosso, PhD
University of Pittsburgh
Spinal Cord Stimulation for the Recovery of Upper Limb Movements
Zoom Meeting

 

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