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IRP SEMINAR SERIES

The following are seminars held by the IRP for staff and other scientists every Tuesday.


May 2018

05/08/2018

TBD

Amit Etkin
Stanford University

Host: Elliot Stein


February 2018

02/13/2018

TBD

Ivan De Araujo
Yale University

Host: Yavin Shaham/Sam Golden

02/20/2018

TBD

Elizabeth Heller
The University of Pennsylvania

Host: Yavin Shaham/Sam Golden


January 2018

01/23/2018

TBD

Matthew Roesch
University of Maryland, College Park

Host: Geoffrey Schoenbaum


December 2017

12/12/2017

TBD

Michael R. Tadross, MD, PhD
Department of Biomedical Engineering, Duke University

Host: Anto Bonci


November 2017

11/21/2017

TBD

Jeffrey Diamond
NINDS/NIH

Host: Yeka Aponte


October 2017

10/17/2017

TBD

Luiz Pessoa
University of Maryland

Host: Elliot Stein

10/24/2017

TBD

A.J. Robison
Michigan State University

Host: Yeka Aponte

10/31/2017

TBD

Conor Liston
Dept of Psychiatry-Brain and MInd Research Institute Cornell Medical College

Host: Elliot Stein


September 2017

09/05/2017

Morphine plus fentanyl: Preclinical findings

Silvia Cruz
Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politécnico Nacional

Host: Anto Bonci


June 2017

06/06/2017

"Reward-related psychopathology in youth and adults: toward neural markers for novel treatment

Mary Phillips, MD
University of Pittsburgh

Host: Elliot Stein

06/13/2017

TBD

Michael Fox, MD, PhD
Harvard Medical School Beth Deaconess Medical Center

Host: Elliot Stein


May 2017

05/02/2017

TBD

Ned Kalin
University of Wisconsin

Host: Charles Bradberry

05/09/2017

Analytical Tools Propel Discoveries about Dopamine Neurotransmission

Mark Wightman
University of North Carolina

Host: Roy Wise/Marisela Morales

05/16/2017

TBD

Dr. Habibeh Khoshbouei
Dept. of Neuroscience, University of Florida

Host: Amy Newman

05/23/2017

TBD

Christoper Bishop
Binghamton University

Host: Sergi Ferre

05/30/2017

Motivational state and reward prediction signals

Mitchell Roitman
University of Illinois

Host: Roy Wise/Yavin Shaham


April 2017

04/04/2017

TBD

Adam Kepecs
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL)

Host: Yeka Aponte

04/11/2017

TBD

Mike Summers
University of Maryland

Host: Jean Lud Cadet/Antonello Bonci

04/18/2017

TBD

Richard Daneman
UCSD, Departments of Neurosciences and Pharmacology

Host: Anto Bonci

04/25/2017

TBD

Michael Milham, M.D., Ph.D.
Nathan S. Kline Institute for Psychiatric Research

Host: Mike Michaelides


March 2017

03/07/2017

Reward predictions and dopamine: what is the computation?

Angela Langdon
Princeton University

Host: Geoffrey Schoenbaum/Melissa Sharpe

03/14/2017

Neural signals underlying cognitive control and response inhibition

Matt Roesch
UMCP

Host: Geoffrey Schoenbaum

03/21/2017

Cortical-amygdala circuits in reward expectation and valuation

Kate Wassum
UCLA

Host: Geoffrey Schoenbaum

03/28/2017

TBD

Susanne La Fleur
Associate Professor at The Department of Endrocrinology and Metabolism -Academic Medical Center (AMC) University of Amsterdam

Host: Yeka Aponte


February 2017

02/07/2017

Mechanisms Underlying the Repurposing of Buprenorphine for Depression

Irwin Lucki
USUHS

Host: Yavin Shaham

02/14/2017

Frontiers in Tobacco Treatment Research: Maximizing Reach and Efficacy with Communication Technology

Lorien Abroms, ScD, MA
George Washington University

Host: Kenzie Preston/Karran Phillips

02/21/2017

TBD

Diomedes Logothetis
North Eastern University, Boston

Host: Sergi Ferre

02/28/2017

Immune mechanisms of depression

Scott Russo
Icahn Schoold of Medicine at Mount Sinai

Host: Yavin Shaham


January 2017

01/03/2017

Frontal dopamine-dependent delta rhythms and the temporal control of action

Nandakumar Narayanan
University of Iowa

Host: Geoffrey Schoenbaum

01/10/2017

Differential effects of morphine and fentanyl on tolerance development to their antinociceptive and immunosuppressive effects in rats.

Silvia Cruz
TB updated

Host: Anto Bonci

01/17/2017

Predictive Analysis: Psychiatric and Substance-use Disorders

Yelana Yesha
University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Host: Anto Bonci

01/24/2017

Multiple mechanism for triggering dopamine release in the striatum

Veronica Alvarez
NIAAA

Host: Amy Newman

01/31/2017

TBD

Damien Fair
Behavioral Neuroscience, Oregon Health Sciences University

Host: Charles Bradberry


December 2016

12/06/2016

TBD

Nikos K. Logothetis
Max Plank Institute

Host: Elliot Stein/Hanbing

12/20/2016

TBD

Craig Hendrix
Johns Hopkins School of Medicine

Host: Anto Bonci


November 2016

11/01/2016

TBD

Illana Witten
Princeton University

Host: Geoffrey Schoenbaum

11/08/2016

Distinct prefrontal circuits regulate separable features of behavioral control

Michael Baratta
U of Colorado

Host: Bruce Hope

11/22/2016

"State-dependent sensory responses to food and water cues in cortex and hypothalamus"

Mark Andermann
Assitant Professor, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School

Host: Yeka Aponte

11/29/2016

Morphological and Circuit Changes in Nucleus Accumbens Affecting Motivation and Mood in Cocaine Addiction

David Self
UT Southwestern

Host: Yavin Shaham


October 2016

10/04/2016

Circuit logic for sugar reward

Dr. Ivan Araujjo
Yale University School of Medicine

Host: Roy Wise

10/11/2016

TBD

Dr. Andrew Kruse
Harvard University School of Medicine

Host: Tsung-Ping Su

10/18/2016

TBD

Dr. Harel Weinstein
Weill Medical College of Cornell University

Host: Lei Shi

10/25/2016

TBD

Dr. Patricia Janak
Neuroscience and Psychology, Johns Hopkins University

Host: Roy Wise


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