OHSU

Seminars - 2004

January 21, 2004
Michelle Nicolle, Ph.D., Molecular Neuroscience & Pharmacology, Mayo Medical School
"The behavioral neuroscience of cognitive aging"

January 26, 2004
Jay Gottfried, M.D., Ph.D., Wellcome Department of Imaging Neuroscience, London, UK
"The scented brain: fMRI studies of human olfactory processing and odor learning"

February 3, 2004
Linda Hermer-Vazquez, Ph.D. & Ray Hermer-Vazquez, Ph.D., Physiology, SUNY Brooklyn, NY
"Subsecond-scale coordination dynamics between sensory, motivational, and motor areas during voluntary movement"

February 12, 2004
Eric Schumacher, Ph.D., Psychology, Helen Willis Science Institute, UC Berkeley
"Neural implementation of response selection: Implications for models of cognitive control"

February 18, 2004
Michael Davis, Ph.D., Behavioral Sciences and Psychology, Emory University School of Medicine
"Neural systems involved in fear, anxiety, and extinction"

February 23, 2004
Vsevolod Gurevich, Ph.D., Pharmacology, Vanderbilt University Medical Center
"Molecular acrobatics of arrestin activation"

March 19, 2004
Jason Jaworski, Ph.D., Yerkes National Primate Research Center, Emory University
"CART peptides: A role in drug abuse?"

April 13, 2004
Jay Hirsch, Ph.D., Biology, University of Virginia
"Flies (& mice) as models for studying cocaine response pathways"

April 23, 2004
Howard Eichenbaum, Ph.D., Center for Memory and Brain, Boston University
"Mechanisms of memory representation in the hipppocampus, and implications for cognitive aging"

May 19, 2004
Joseph D. Matarazzo Lecture Series
Susan Bookheimer, Ph.D., UCLA School of Medicine
"Imaging as phenotype: Functional imaging of genetic risk for Alzheimer's disease"

June 22, 2004
James Sikela, Ph.D., Pharmacology, University of Colorado School of Medicine
"Genome-wide identification of human and great ape lineage-specific genes"

October 21, 2004
Kathleen A. Grant, Ph.D., Wake Forest University School of Medicine
"A monkey model of alcohol abuse: Who bellies up to the bar?"

October 22, 2004
Kenneth Manly, Ph.D., Molecular and Cell Biology, Roswell Park Cancer Institute
"Genetic analysis with public data for a genetically defined reference population"