Epilepsy Research Seminar Series Archives
2007 Lecture Series:
- "Plasticity of GABAA Receptor Subunits and Localization of Activity-Related Markers: Some Surprises from a Mouse Model of Temporal Lobe Epilepsy"
February 21st ARC 123C
A presentation by Caroline Houser, Ph.D. Professor Department of Neurobiology UCLA
- "Broadband Intracranial EEG Recordings from Human Epileptogenic Brain"
March 21st ARC 123C
A presentation by Greg Worrell, Ph.D. Mayo Clinic College of Medicine
Associate Professor of Neurology Rochester, Minnesota
- "Taming timing with inhibitory interneurons"
April 17th ARC 123C
A presentation by Barry Connors, Ph.D. Brown University
Professor and Chair Department of Neuroscience
- "Circuit Abnormalities in an Animal Model of Cortical Dysplasia"
May 16th ARC 123C
A presentation by Steve N. Roper, Ph.D. University of Florida
- "Activation of neurotrophin receptor tyrosine kinase, TrkB, by a non-neurotrophin"
June 27th ARC 123C
A presentation by Jim McNamara, Ph.D., Carl R. Dean Professor and Chair, Department of Neurobiology, Duke University
- NO SEMINAR
- NO SEMINAR
- "Mechanisms of Gene Regulation in Epilepsy"
September 19th ARC 123C
A presentation by Amy R. Brooks-Kayal, M.D. Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics, Division of Neurology, The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
- "Sleep Oscillations and Seizures in Thalamocortical Networks"
October 17th ARC 123-C
A presentation by Diego Contreras, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Neuroscience, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
- "Regulating GABA-A Receptor Activity"
November 21st ARC 123-C
A presentation by Trevor G. Smart, M.D., Ph.D., Schild Professor of Pharmacology, Department Head of Pharmacology, University College London
- "Where has all the GABA gone? ARX, malformations, epilepsy, mental retardation and pleiotrophy"
- This talk reviews XLAG, ACC, infantile spasms and other disorders due to ARX and now CDKL5 mutations, and basic developmental biology of the ARX gene
December 19th @ 12:00 noon in ARC 123-C
A presentation by William B. Dobyns, MD. Professor of Human Genetics, Neurology and Pediatrics, The University of Chicago
All Seminars are from NOON - 1PM. Lunch provided
For more information about the Epilepsy Research Seminar Series, please contact:
Douglas A. Coulter, Ph.D.
Department of Pediatrics, Division of Neurology
Abramson Research Building, Room 410D
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