MCDB Symposium 2

FOUND IN: Events, Research Event


Thursday, December 8, 2022


9:00am - 4:30pm


Michigan League Ballroom


The U-M Department of Molecular, Cellular, & Developmental Biology (MCDB) is recruiting for two faculty positions at the Assistant Professor level or above, depending on the candidates. As part of the recruitment process, MCDB would like to invite the Michigan Neuroscience community to take part in this process by attending this symposium.

9 a.m.: Mechanisms of altered gene regulation in neurodegenerative disease, Sarah E. Hill, Ph.D., NIH

10:30 a.m.: Not so passive cables: New postsynaptic-like roles for dopaminergic axons, Paul Kramer, Ph.D., NIH

1:30 p.m.: Gene regulatory networks of neuronal diversity and connectivity, Mehmet Neset Ozel, Ph.D., NYU

3:30 p.m.: Where cells meet circuits: Compartment-specific tuning of dendritic feature selectivity by intracellular Ca2+ release, Justin O’Hare, Ph.D., Columbia University