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Department Seminar Series: 2008-2009

DateTimeSpeaker/TitleLocation
10/7/2008 4:00 PM Dr. Tom Scammell, Harvard Institute of Medicine, Department of Neurology, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, “Orexin and the neurobiology of Narcolepsy”
 
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
10/29/2008 11:00 AM Dr. Frances M. Sladek, UC Riverside, Department of Cell Biology & Neuroscience, College of Natural & Agricultural Sciences, “HNF4: new ways to regulate an old receptor”
 
Irvine Hall Conference Center
11/3/2008 4:00 PM Dr. Tallie Z. Baram, UC Irvine, Department of Pediatrics and Anatomy & Neurobiology, School of Medicine, “GPCRs in novel mechanisms for stress-induced dendritic spine loss”
 
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
11/10/2008 11:00 AM Dr. Todd Leff, Wayne State University, Department of Pathology, School of Medicine, “Regulation of insulin sensitivity and cardiac function by PPAR-gamma”
 
Irvine Hall Conference Center
2/9/2009 12:00 PM Dr. Tim Lovenberg, Johnson and Johnson, “A tale of two orphans: A role for Relaxin-3 in memory and a new role for lactate in fat metobolism”
 
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
5/18/2009 4:00 PM Dr. Brian Kobilka, Stanford University, Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology, School of Medicine, “Structure and dynamics of the human beta 2 adrenergic receptor”
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
6/8/2009 4:00 PM Dr. Thorsten Ritz, University of California, Irvine, Department of Physics and Astronomy, School of Physical Sciences, “Sensing the earth's magnetic field: How do birds do it?”
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-110
7/27/2009 11:00 AM Dr. Bert van der Horst, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, Department of Cell Biology and Genetics, “Time of Life: The connection between DNA damage, aging and the circadian clock”
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-114
9/14/2009 4:00 PM Dr. Roberto Coppari, University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center, Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Hypothalamic Research, “Brain SIRT1: A novel target to treat diet-induced metabolic dysfunctions?”
Tamkin Student Lecture Hall, F-114