27 Oct

“Targeting Endoplasmic Reticulum for the Treatment of Optic Nerve Atrophy in Wolfram syndrome” The Hope Center NeuroRestorative Therapy Group (NRTG) meets on the 4th Wednesday of the month at 12p. Group meetings are open to the Washington University community. For inquires contact the Hope Center.

27 Oct

“Benchmarking the Generalizability of Brain Age Models with a Longitudinal Multi-Scanner Framework” The Developmental Neuroimaging group meets each week on Wednesdays at 9am. Robert Jirsaraie is a PhD student in the Cognitive Control and Psychopathology (CCP) Lab. For inquiries contact Max Herzberg.

27 Oct

“Human induced pluripotent stem cell engineering establishes a humanized mouse platform for pediatric low-grade glioma modeling” The Regeneration, Aging, and Development (RAD) Research Forum Series is hosted by the Department of Developmental Biology and the Center of Regenerative Medicine. Full schedule, Developmental Biology seminars For inquiries contact Kati Riebold.

27 Oct

“Effects of Age and Sleep on Cognitive Mapping Abilities: A Study Proposal” Hosted by the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Full schedule, Aging & Development Brown Bag Events For inquiries contact psych@wustl.edu.

29 Oct

“Towards a greater understanding of political ideology, system justification, and group attitudes among people of color” Hosted by the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Full schedule, Social & Personality Brown Bags For inquiries contact Patrick Hill.

29 Oct

“Timescales of behavior and neural processing” NOTE time Hosted by Monosov lab, WashU Neuroscience Dr. Zimmermann is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Neuroscience at the University of Minnesota. He earned his PhD in Neuro-physics from Maastricht University in the Netherlands, followed by post doctoral training working in the lab of Dr. Paul […]

29 Oct

Psychology Graduate Student Brown Bag: “Intro to Python”

October 29, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Somers Family Hall 215 (Danforth Campus)

“Intro to Python” Hosted by the Psychology Graduate Student Association (PGSA), an organization established to represent the interests of graduate students in Washington University’s Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences. If you plan to come, please help us know by responding to this rsvp form: https://forms.gle/9nf2M9B4Ur2X4nUZA. Full schedule, Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Graduate […]

3 Nov

Jennysue Kasiah: “Hindbrain neuropore tissue geometry determines asymmetric cell-mediated closure dynamics in mouse embryos” Dereck Alleyne: “Human brain organoids assemble functionally integrated bilateral optic vesicles” Maniou, et al. “Hindbrain neuropore tissue geometry determines asymmetric cell-mediated closure dynamics in mouse embryos”. PNAS May 11, 2021 118 (19) e2023163118 Gabriel, et al. “Human brain organoids assemble functionally […]

5 Nov

“Impact of MAPT mutations on transcriptomic signatures of FTLD brains and patient-derived pluripotent cell models” The Hope Center Neurogenetics & Transcriptomics Group meets on the 1st Friday of each month from 1:00-2:00 pm. For inquiries contact the Hope Center.

5 Nov

  The Systems Journal Club has spirited discussions of recent systems neuroscience papers, covering sensory, motor and cognitive issues. We will meet virtually via Zoom until further notice. For inquiries or to be added to the journal club list, contact Camillo Padoa-Schioppa or Larry Snyder (WashU Dept. of Neuroscience). Full schedule and archives, Systems Journal Club

5 Nov

VIRTUAL Synapse Journal Club

November 5, 2021
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Zoom conference

  The Synapse Journal Club explores recent publications on the neuronal synapse and its function. The scope is broad and can accommodate everyone’s interests in synapses, ranging from development to disease. Join us every 1st and 3rd Friday of each month at 10:00 am. For inquiries contact Geraldine Kress.

8 Nov

VIRTUAL Neural Circuits Club

November 8, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Zoom conference

  The goal of the Neural Circuits Club is to provide a supportive community with a forum to present your work (or a published paper),  gain feedback, and improve you presentation skills. Work in progress, rotation projects, pre submission presentation for feedback, or work you think would be of interest to the community are welcomed. […]

10 Nov

“Influence of APOE ε4 genotype and amyloid-β on tau in regions of high APOE mRNA expression” The Hope Center Protein Aggregation and Neurodegeneration Group meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 8:30-9:30a. For inquiries contact the Hope Center.

17 Nov

“Neuroimaging of cerebral physiology in the North American moyamoya phenotype” The Hope Center Neurovascular Injury & Repair Group meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month from 4-5p. For inquiries contact the Hope Center.

17 Nov

Bridget Hunkins: “Allele-Specific Chromosome Removal after Cas9 Cleavage in Human Embryos” Aaron Anderson: “Fibroblast dedifferentiation as a determinant of successful regeneration” Zuccaro, et al. “Allele-Specific Chromosome Removal after Cas9 Cleavage in Human Embryos”. Cell 2020 Dec 10;183(6):1650-1664.e15. Lin, et al. “Fibroblast dedifferentiation as a determinant of successful regeneration”.  Dev Cell 2021 May 17;56(10):1541-1551.e6. The Regeneration, […]

18 Nov

“Functional Genomics of the Lysosome in Parkinson’s Disease” The Hope Center Lysosome Processing & Transport Group meets on the third Thursday of every other month.  For inquiries please contact Jan Konrad.

19 Nov

  The Systems Journal Club has spirited discussions of recent systems neuroscience papers, covering sensory, motor and cognitive issues. We will meet virtually via Zoom until further notice. For inquiries or to be added to the journal club list, contact Camillo Padoa-Schioppa or Larry Snyder (WashU Dept. of Neuroscience). Full schedule and archives, Systems Journal Club

19 Nov

Chi-Chan Lee:  “Intergeniculate leaflet pathways and non-image-forming visual behaviors” Brendan Lucey: “Acute effect of suvorexant on CSF Alzheimer disease biomarkers” NOTE date The Hope Center Clocks & Sleep Club meets the 1st Friday of every month and discusses recent publications and data related to biological timing. For inquiries please contact the Hope Center or for additional information […]

2 Dec

  Hosted by the Center for Brain Immunology and Glia (BIG) The BIG Works-in-Progress (WiP) meetings are meant to be a space where trainees can present and seek feedback within the WashU community about ongoing work. Speakers can be postdocs or graduate students. The audience will include only WashU scientists. This group meets every other […]

3 Dec

  The Hope Center Clocks & Sleep Club meets the 1st Friday of every month and discusses recent publications and data related to biological timing. For inquiries please contact the Hope Center or for additional information about the Clocks & Sleep Club, please contact clocks@gowustl.onmicrosoft.com.

3 Dec

  The Systems Journal Club has spirited discussions of recent systems neuroscience papers, covering sensory, motor and cognitive issues. We will meet virtually via Zoom until further notice. For inquiries or to be added to the journal club list, contact Camillo Padoa-Schioppa or Larry Snyder (WashU Dept. of Neuroscience). Full schedule and archives, Systems Journal Club

8 Dec

Adit Ganguly: “Altered chromatin states drive cryptic transcription in aging mammalian stem cells” Daniel Veronese Paniagua: “Membrane Tension Gates ERK-Mediated Regulation of Pluripotent Cell Fate” McCauley, et al. “Altered chromatin states drive cryptic transcription in aging mammalian stem cells”. Nat Aging 1, 684–697 (2021). De Belly, et al. “Membrane Tension Gates ERK-Mediated Regulation of Pluripotent […]

10 Dec

  The Systems Journal Club has spirited discussions of recent systems neuroscience papers, covering sensory, motor and cognitive issues. We will meet virtually via Zoom until further notice. For inquiries or to be added to the journal club list, contact Camillo Padoa-Schioppa or Larry Snyder (WashU Dept. of Neuroscience). Full schedule and archives, Systems Journal Club

13 Dec

VIRTUAL Neural Circuits Club

December 13, 2021
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Zoom conference

  The goal of the Neural Circuits Club is to provide a supportive community with a forum to present your work (or a published paper),  gain feedback, and improve you presentation skills. Work in progress, rotation projects, pre submission presentation for feedback, or work you think would be of interest to the community are welcomed. […]