Welcome to Brains and Behavior

bioweb (at) langate.gsu.edu


Upcoming Events:
      Tue Jun 10th: Distinguished Lecture Series - Edward Brodkin


2008 Brains & Behavior Retreat
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
Loudermilk Center


Keynote Address: 

Dr. Andy Bass
Cornell University

Title: "Ancestral origins of the vocal basis for acoustic communication among vertebrates"

Retreat Schedule
8:30-9:30a - Breakfast & Registration

- Donald Edwards, Director, Brains & Behavior - "The B&B Program: what we've accomplished"

10:00 - 10:25a  - Marise Parent (Psychology)
Title: "Food makes me happy but I can't remember why

10:25 - 10:50a - Jenny Yang (Chemistry)
Title: "Probing calcium signaling of G protein-coupled receptors"

10:50 - 11:15a - Paul Katz (Biology)
"NeuronBank: A neuromics approach to studying nervous systems"

11:15 - 11:30a    Coffee Break

11:30 - 12:00p - Jamie LaPrairie (Biology; Advisor: Anne Murphy)
Title: "Impact of neonatal injury on adult pain sensitivity"

12:00 - 12:30p - Karine Tornieri (Biology; Adv: Vincent Rehder)
Title: "Effect of nitric oxide release from a single cell on neighboring neurons"

12:30 - 1:30p    Lunch

1:30 - 2:00p -    Elliott Albers (Director Center for Behavioral Neuroscience), Paul Katz (President, Atlanta Chapter Soc. For Neuroscience), Walt Wilczynki (Director, Neuroscience Institute)
Title: The Future of Neuroscience at GSU & Atlanta

2 - 3p Keynote Address:  Andy Bass, Cornell Univ.
"Ancestral origins of the vocal basis for acoustic communication
among vertebrates"

3 - 5p Wine & Cheese Reception - Poster Session

7p Pot Luck Dinner at Matt Grober's residence.
 RSVP at mgrober@gsu.edu

If you are a scientist in the Atlanta area and would like to receive announcements about Brains & Behavior, join the listserver by going to http://mailbox.gsu.edu/mailman/listinfo/brains-behavior

Brains & Behavior Participating Departments:

1. Spring 2007 Lecture Series Flyer
2. Brains & Behavior brochure (PDF)
Story Archive
New B&B Faculty
2006 Lecture Series
GUIDELINES FOR 2006 James S. McDonnell Foundation
2006 Course Announcement
Fall 05 Neuroscience Symposium
More stories...
Biology | Chemistry | Computer Information Systems | Computer Science | Information Systems & Technology
Mathematics and Statistics | Philosophy | Physics and Astronomy | Psychology