Wednesdays (except where noted) at 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. – BRC 3C219
Drug design for addiction
Amy Newman, Ph.D.
Deputy Scientific Director, IRP
Chief, Molecular Targets & Medications Discovery Branch
The hidden world of glia: How these tiny cells keep your brain running smoothly and may even make you smarter
Lindsay De Biase, Ph.D.
Synaptic Plasticity Section
Cellular Neurobiology Branch
July 3 (Tuesday)
What causes addiction? If your answer fits on a postcard, it’s too short
David Epstein, Ph.D.
Chief, Real World Assessment, Prediction and Treatment Unit
Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics Branch
fMRI: What is it and how can it be used to study drug abuse?
Elliot Stein, Ph.D.
Chief, Neuroimaging Branch
The CRISPR revolution
Chris Richie, Ph.D.
Manager, Genetic Engineering and Viral Vector Core
Animal models of drug addiction: What can our furry friends tell us about drug relapse?
Jennifer Bossert, Ph.D.
Neurobiology of Relapse Section
Behavioral Neuroscience Branch
Epigenetic and transcriptional aspects of methamphetamine addiction
Jean Lud Cadet, M.D.
Chief, Molecular Neuropsychiatry Branch