27 Oct

“Combinatorial Creatures: Cortical Plasticity within and across lifetimes” The 38th Annual Mildred Trotter Lecture is hosted by the Department of Neuroscience. View webinar For inquiries contact Debbie Pfeiffer.

27 Oct

“Genetic Variation and Disease” Hosted by the Clinical Research Training Center (CRTC) This lecture series is designed for clinicians and other interested persons, including basic science researchers, students, residents, fellows, postdoctoral scholars, and anyone else who wishes to learn more about these topics from WUSM faculty experts. Students interested in enrolling in the seminar series […]

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

Wood/Mackinnon labs: “Role of macrophages in nerve gap regeneration” Westman/Sacks labs: “Translational imaging applied to plastic surgery” Hosted by the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery The Research and Innovation in Plastic Surgery seminar series is a recurring monthly research series that showcases Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery research including clinical, translational, and basic science topics […]

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

“The Applications of Resting State fMRI for the Management of Brain Tumor Patients” Hosted by the Siteman Cancer Center Formerly the Neuro-Oncology Research Focus Group Seminar Series, The Brain Tumor Center Seminar Series is held on the 4th Wednesday of every month, 4-5p. Who can attend: This lecture series is designed for clinicians, basic science […]

27 Oct

“Using Converging Operations to Synthesize & Conduct Mindfulness Research” Hosted by the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Full schedule, Behavior, Brain, Cognition Colloquium For inquiries contact psych@wustl.edu.

27 Oct

“Research in Progress and Under Development: Update 1 from the CID Faculty Research Group” Hosted by the Department of Psychiatry All seminars will be held via Zoom on the regularly scheduled days and times. Zoom seminars are live and will not be recorded. For inquiries contact Cindy Hartwig.

27 Oct

“Transforming Public Health: Learning from the past, preparing for the future” Hosted by the Institute for Public Health According to a 2020 poll, “More than 7 in 10 Americans believe public health plays an important role in the health of their community.” As the pandemic continues, how do we recognize the value of public health […]

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.

28 Oct

“Neurobiology of the Ground Squirrel Retina” Hosted by the John F. Hardesty, MD Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences Vision Science Seminars are held weekly on Thursday morning (10-11a, unless noted) from September to May. Full schedule, Vision Science seminars For inquiries contact Tracie Hughes.

28 Oct

“Precision Antiarrhythmic Medicine” Hosted by the Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME) Abstract: The Silva lab focuses on using emerging technologies to develop new therapeutic approaches to treat patients with cardiac arrhythmia.We have used cutting-edge imaging to discover the connection between the conformational dynamics of the cardiac Na+ channel and patient response to drug therapy.This insight […]

29 Oct

“Piecing together the SLEEP puzzle: From genes to circuitries” Hosted by the Center on Biological Rhythms and Sleep (COBRAS) COBRAS is a multi-disciplinary, cross-departmental center dedicated to enhancing research related to sleep, circadian Rhythms, and disease at WashU. For inquiries contact Ellen Fischbach.

29 Oct

“Syndromes and mechanisms of synaptic autoimmune diseases” Hosted by the Department of Neurology Adult Neuro Resident Invited Speaker Full schedule, Neurology Grand Rounds For inquiries contact Christine McIntosh.

29 Oct

Andrew Singleton: “A Global and Collaborative Approach to Neurodegeneration Research” Rosa Rademakers: “From Genes to Pathomechanisms: Frontotemporal Dementia Unveiled” Alison Goate: “Genetics Implicates Efferocytosis in Alzheimer’s Disease Risk” Ellen Tsai: “Leveraging Human Genetics to Identify Targets and Support Therapies for Neurological Diseases” Hosted by the NeuroGenomics and Informatics (NGI) Center The newly formed NeuroGenomics and […]

29 Oct

“Promoting learning and achievement across the lifespan using an individual differences approach” Hosted by the Department of Biomedical Engineering (BME), Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences and the Department of Education Click here to register. Abstract: I will present work from my group that has been focusing on the development and malleability of domain-general cognitive […]

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

“Limitations and Cautions for the Interpretation of Genome Wide Association Studies and Polygenic Scores: Lessons from Lewontin” Hosted by  History and Philosophy of Science & Medicine (HPSM) Abstract: Though written almost a half-century before the age of massive genome-wide association studies (GWAS) and the related development of polygeneic scores (GPS), several elements of Lewontin’s work remain […]

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

“Code-switching in bilinguals: Integrating linguistic and neurocognitive approaches” Hosted by the WashU Linguistics Program. Abstract: A unique feature of bilingual speech is that bilinguals often produce utterances that switch between languages, such as ““I ate huevos para el desayuno” [eggs for breakfast]. Code-switching has been studied extensively in the field of linguistics, but an emergent body […]

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 […]

30 Oct

“In Our Right Mind: Alzheimer’s and Dementia’s Impact on Communities of Color” Hosted by the Charles F. and Joanne Knight Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center (Knight ADRC) Health Disparities and Equity Core Join the Knight ADRC Health Disparities and Equity Core for a special documentary viewing and discussion with a panel of experts including the filmmaker, Renée […]

1 Nov

“Learning from viruses: complement and memory” This Monday Noon seminar mini-series is co-hosted by the WashU Hope Center for Neurological Disorders and Department of Neurology. Mini-series: Complement in Neurodegeneration Organizers, Erik Musiek and Pat Sheehan (WashU Neurology) September 27: Hrishikesh Kulkarni (WashU Medicine) October 4: Hui Zheng (Baylor College of Medicine) October 11: Michael Carroll (Harvard Medical School) […]

1 Nov

“Human Genetics and Molecular Mechanisms of Congenital Hydrocephalus” Hosted by the Department of Developmental Biology Full schedule, Developmental Biology seminars For inquiries contact Kati Riebold.  

2 Nov

“Keeping the Body in Mind: Physical Health and Activity across 15 years in the Preschool Depression Study” Hosted by the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Full schedule, Clinical Science Seminars For inquiries contact psych@wustl.edu.

2 Nov

“Peripheral induction of inhibitory brain circuits to treat Tourette’s” Hosted by the Department of Psychiatry All seminars will be held via Zoom on the regularly scheduled days and times. Zoom seminars are live and will not be recorded. For inquiries contact Cindy Hartwig.

2 Nov

“Mechanisms of Cortical Plasticity and Sensory Perception” NOTE time Hosted by the Department of Anesthesiology, Division of Basic Research Full schedule, Division of Basic Research seminars For inquiries contact Amber Spies.  

3 Nov

“Machine Learning and AI” Hosted by the Clinical Research Training Center (CRTC) This lecture series is designed for clinicians and other interested persons, including basic science researchers, students, residents, fellows, postdoctoral scholars, and anyone else who wishes to learn more about these topics from WUSM faculty experts. Students interested in enrolling in the seminar series […]

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 […]

3 Nov

“Post-infectious Brain Disorders” Hosted by the Center for Neuroimmunology & Neuroinfectious Diseases (CNND) More information and register! A Zoom link for the event will be emailed to all registered attendees the week leading up to the event. Speakers Petter Brodin, MD, PhD – Professor of Pediatric Immunology at Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden. Doron Merkler, MD – Professor […]

3 Nov

“Riots, Racism, and Urban Health Reform in the 1960s” The 81st Historia Medica Lecture is hosted by the Bernard Becker Medical Library in collaboration with the Center for History of Medicine. Event information In the 1960s, racial uprisings across the United States put various elite institutions in American cities on the defensive. No longer could they ignore the […]

3 Nov

“SUD is part of SMI: the importance of incorporating treatment of substance use disorders into clinical care of other severe mental illness” Hosted by the Department of Psychiatry All seminars will be held via Zoom on the regularly scheduled days and times. Zoom seminars are live and will not be recorded. For inquiries contact Cindy Hartwig.

4 Nov

“Building tissues engineering complexity through biomaterial design” Hosted by the Department of Biomedical Engineering Abstract: Advances in the fields of tissue engineering and regenerative medicine require biomaterials that instruct, rather than simply permit, a desired cellular response. A major challenge to progress in our field is the complex organization of the tissues in our bodies, […]

4 Nov

“Feeding the Hungary Brain: Metabolic Regulation of Synaptic Function” Hosted by the John F. Hardesty, MD Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences Full schedule, Vision Science seminars Vision Science Seminars are held weekly on Thursday morning (10-11a, unless noted) from September to May. For inquiries contact Tracie Hughes.

4 Nov

HYBRID Multi-Disciplinary Grand Rounds: “Strengthening Connections of Stroke Care Across All Ages and Stages”

November 4, 2021
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Zoom/Moore Auditorium (Medical Campus, North Building)

“Strengthening Connections of Stroke Care Across All Ages and Stages” Hosted by the Department of Neurology, Department of Emergency Medicine, Department of Neurosurgery and the Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology (MIR) Schedule 5:00-5:10: Introduction – Dr. Jin-Moo Lee (WashU Neurology) 5:11-5:30: Pre-Hospital Stroke Triage + MOST – Dr. Opeolu Adeoye (WashU Emergency Medicine) 5:31-5:50: Pediatric Stroke- […]

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