20 May

“Cochlear implantation: Cochlear remodeling and innate immunity” This Monday Noon seminar mini-series is co-hosted by the WashU Hope Center for Neurological Disorders ,  Department of Developmental Biology and Department of Neurology. Mini-series: Brain Plasticity and Hearing Disorders Organizer, Mayssa Mokalled (WashU Developmental Biology) Full schedule, Hope Center Monday Noon Seminars For those unable to join in person, the seminar will be […]

21 May

NOTE location Hosted by the Charles F. and Joanne Knight Alzheimer Disease Research Center (Knight ADRC) Please Note: This is a hybrid seminar. The in-person event will be held at the Fort Neuroscience Research Building, Room 1101 (first floor, behind the welcome desk). You will need your badge to access the NRB. Full schedule, Knight […]

22 May

Hosted by the McDonnell Genome Institute (MGI), Center for Translational Bioinformatics (CTBI) and Department of Genetics For inquiries contact Kim Leahy at leahyk@wustl.edu.

30 May

Hosted by IDDRC Network Seminar from Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) This seminar’s speaker will be: Xilma Ortiz-González, MD, PhD, an Assistant Professor of Neurology & Pediatrics at University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. Don’t miss out on this upcoming seminar brimming with enriching and valuable information. Please feel free to share this information within […]

3 Jun

Presentations by winners of the 2024 Hope Center Awards Vishnu Muraleedharan Saraswathy: “Single-cell analysis of innate spinal cord regeneration identifies intersecting modes of neuronal repair”Julie Choi: “Single-Cell Sciatic Nerve Atlas Unveils Il-1β+ Macrophages and T Cells as Drivers of Neurodegeneration in a SARMopathy Mouse Model”Yuxiao Xu: “Mapping regenerative stem cells during innate spinal cord repair” […]

6 Jun

CVRC Seminar: Allison Miller (Lang lab, WashU Physical Therapy)

June 6, 2024
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Zoom/Connor Auditorium (Farrell LTC, Medical Campus)

NOTE location Cerebrovascular Research Community (CVRC) Seminars are designed for all who conduct research related to stroke & cerebrovascular diseases and neurovascular injury & repair, including the clinical, basic, and translational sciences.  Full schedule, CVRC Seminars For inquiries contact Francesca Ryan.

7 Jun

Advancing Neuroscience Seminar: Tychele Turner (WashU Gentics), Yo-El Ju (WashU Neurology), Joshua Rubin (WashU Pediatrics)

June 7, 2024
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Fort Neuroscience Research Building Auditorium (NRB, 1st floor; Medical Campus)

In celebration of the new Neuroscience Research Building, the Advancing Neuroscience seminars are designed to showcase the Washington University Neuroscience Community. Seminars are organized by Linda Richards (WashU Neuroscience) and David Holtzman (WashU Neurology). For inquiries contact Erica Gibbs at egibbs@wustl.edu.

20 Jun

CVRC Seminar: Adam Bauer lab (WashU Radiology)

June 20, 2024
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Zoom/Holden Auditorium (Farrell LTC, Medical Campus)

Cerebrovascular Research Community (CVRC) Seminars are designed for all who conduct research related to stroke & cerebrovascular diseases and neurovascular injury & repair, including the clinical, basic, and translational sciences.  Full schedule, CVRC Seminars For inquiries contact Francesca Ryan.

27 Jun

Collaborative Pilot Award: “Testing human-specific microglial enhancers of Alzheimer’s risk gene orthologs via deep learning and functional validation”Individual Pilot Award: “The last Frontier: Small RNA epitranscriptome in Alzheimer’s Disease” Hosted by the NeuroGenomics and Informatics (NGI) Center Collaborative Pilot Award winners Individual Pilot Award winner For inquiries contact the NGI Center.

19 Jul

Celeste Karch: “TBA”Hong Chen: “TBA”Thomas Papouin: “Mapping the contribution of astrocytes to brain computation and outputs” In celebration of the new Neuroscience Research Building, the Advancing Neuroscience seminars are designed to showcase the Washington University Neuroscience Community. Seminars are organized by Linda Richards (WashU Neuroscience) and David Holtzman (WashU Neurology). For inquiries contact Erica Gibbs […]

16 Aug

In celebration of the new Neuroscience Research Building, the Advancing Neuroscience seminars are designed to showcase the Washington University Neuroscience Community. Seminars are organized by Linda Richards (WashU Neuroscience) and David Holtzman (WashU Neurology). For inquiries contact Erica Gibbs at egibbs@wustl.edu.

30 Aug

Cheng Huang: “Deciphering learning algorithms in a ‘miniature’ brain”Bhooma Aravamuthan: “TBA”Jonathan Kipnis: “TBA” In celebration of the new Neuroscience Research Building, the Advancing Neuroscience seminars are designed to showcase the Washington University Neuroscience Community. Seminars are organized by Linda Richards (WashU Neuroscience) and David Holtzman (WashU Neurology). For inquiries contact Erica Gibbs at egibbs@wustl.edu.

5 Sep

“NUVISTA Results: Neuromodulation Using Vagal Nerve Stimulation for Ischemic Stroke as a Therapeutic Adjunct (NUVISTA) Trial” Cerebrovascular Research Community (CVRC) Seminars are designed for all who conduct research related to stroke & cerebrovascular diseases and neurovascular injury & repair, including the clinical, basic, and translational sciences.  Full schedule, CVRC Seminars For inquiries contact Francesca Ryan.

13 Sep

Camillo Padoa-Schioppa: “TBA”Meaghan Creed: “Basal ganglia adaptations in the context of chronic pain”Matthew Brier: “TBA” In celebration of the new Neuroscience Research Building, the Advancing Neuroscience seminars are designed to showcase the Washington University Neuroscience Community. Seminars are organized by Linda Richards (WashU Neuroscience) and David Holtzman (WashU Neurology). For inquiries contact Erica Gibbs at […]

19 Sep

“Cerebroprotection from ischemic stroke by mitigation of glutamate excitotoxicity with antagonists of calcium-permeable AMPA receptors” Cerebrovascular Research Community (CVRC) Seminars are designed for all who conduct research related to stroke & cerebrovascular diseases and neurovascular injury & repair, including the clinical, basic, and translational sciences.  Full schedule, CVRC Seminars For inquiries contact Francesca Ryan.

11 Oct

Tatyana Yakusheva: “Vestibulocerebellum in nonhuman primates and mice“Ulugbek Kamilov: “TBA”Eric Leuthardt: “TBA” In celebration of the new Neuroscience Research Building, the Advancing Neuroscience seminars are designed to showcase the Washington University Neuroscience Community. Seminars are organized by Linda Richards (WashU Neuroscience) and David Holtzman (WashU Neurology). For inquiries contact Erica Gibbs at egibbs@wustl.edu.

25 Oct

Advancing Neuroscience Seminar: Tamara Hershey (WashU Psychiatry), Mai Dang (WashU Neurology), Tom Franken (WashU Neuroscience)

October 25, 2024
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Fort Neuroscience Research Building Auditorium (NRB, 1st floor; Medical Campus)

Tamara Hershey: “TBA”Mai Dang: “TBA”Tom Franken: “Borders and surfaces: The neural assembly of the units of visual perception” In celebration of the new Neuroscience Research Building, the Advancing Neuroscience seminars are designed to showcase the Washington University Neuroscience Community. Seminars are organized by Linda Richards (WashU Neuroscience) and David Holtzman (WashU Neurology). For inquiries contact […]

8 Nov

Janine Bijsterbosch: “Identifying clinical and neurobiological sources of heterogeneity in depression”Elizabeth Pollina: “TBA”Joseph Dougherty: “TBA” In celebration of the new Neuroscience Research Building, the Advancing Neuroscience seminars are designed to showcase the Washington University Neuroscience Community. Seminars are organized by Linda Richards (WashU Neuroscience) and David Holtzman (WashU Neurology). For inquiries contact Erica Gibbs at […]

14 Nov

CVRC Seminar: Grace Niziolek (WashU Surgery)

November 14, 2024
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Zoom/Holden Auditorium (Farrell LTC, Medical Campus)

Cerebrovascular Research Community (CVRC) Seminars are designed for all who conduct research related to stroke & cerebrovascular diseases and neurovascular injury & repair, including the clinical, basic, and translational sciences.  Full schedule, CVRC Seminars For inquiries contact Francesca Ryan.

22 Nov

In celebration of the new Neuroscience Research Building, the Advancing Neuroscience seminars are designed to showcase the Washington University Neuroscience Community. Seminars are organized by Linda Richards (WashU Neuroscience) and David Holtzman (WashU Neurology). For inquiries contact Erica Gibbs at egibbs@wustl.edu.

6 Dec

Ream Al-Hasani: “TBA”Adam Kepecs: “TBA” Masatoshi Inoue: “Multimodal optical interrogation of neural circuits regulating social interaction” In celebration of the new Neuroscience Research Building, the Advancing Neuroscience seminars are designed to showcase the Washington University Neuroscience Community. Seminars are organized by Linda Richards (WashU Neuroscience) and David Holtzman (WashU Neurology). For inquiries contact Erica Gibbs […]