3 Oct

“Stress as a risk factor for sex-dependent differences in Alzheimer’s disease” This Monday Noon seminar mini-series is co-hosted by the WashU Hope Center for Neurological Disorders and Department of Neurology. Mini-series: Hormones in brain function and disease Organizers: John Cirrito, Rachel Hendrix and Hannah Edwards (WashU Neurology) October 3: Carla Yuede (WashU Psychiatry) October 10: Steven Mennerick (WashU Psychiatry) […]

3 Oct

“State of The IDDRC@WUSTL” *NOTE date Hosted by the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center (IDDRC) and the the Department of Neuroscience The IDDRC Seminars for Neurodevelopmental Disorders Research brings in WashU faculty and other experts across disciplines whose research has particular implications for interventions in neurodevelopmental disorders. Seminars are held on the 2nd Monday of […]

3 Oct

Bioinformatics (BFX) Workshop: Jason Walker (WashU McDonnell Genome Institute) – “DNA Alignment tools and formats”

October 3, 2022
10:00 am - 11:00 am
Mid-Campus Center (MCC) 11504 (11th floor conference room; Medical Campus)

“DNA Alignment tools and formats” Supported by the ICTS Precision Health function, the Bioinformatics (BFX) workshop starts on September 12th. Come learn the fundamentals of computational genomics, engage in hands on examples to improve and expedite your research, use cloud computing, and expand your network of experts in this field. Open to all faculty, staff […]

4 Oct

“Selective glutamate receptor antagonism suppresses excitotoxicity in cochlear nerve fibers to prevent effects of noise trauma while maintaining hearing function” The Hope Center Axon Injury & Repair Group meets on the 1st Tuesday of each month from 9:30-10:30am. For inquiries contact the Hope Center.

4 Oct

“Regulation of synaptic plasticity and neuroinflammation by store-operated Orai channels: new tricks for an old dog” Hosted by the Department of Anesthesiology For inquiries contact Amber Spies.

4 Oct

“The structural dynamics of mRNA recruitment during eukaryotic translation initiation” Hosted by the Department of Cell Biology & Physiology Full schedule, Cell Biology & Physiology seminars For inquiries contact Terese Hall.

5 Oct

“CAR T and other Cell Based Therapies” 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. All professionals from ICTS Partner […]

5 Oct

“K01 Beginnings: Poverty, Unpredictability of Early Experience, and Developing Brain Function” The Developmental Neuroimaging group meets each week on Wednesdays at 9am. Ashley Nielsen, PhD is a postdoctoral researcher in the WUNDER Laboratory. For inquiries contact Ashley Nielsen.

5 Oct

“Modeling glioblastoma using human embryonic stem cells” The Hope Center NeuroRestorative Therapy Group (NRTG) meets on the 1st Wednesday of the month at 12p. Group meetings are open to the Washington University community. For inquires contact the Hope Center.

5 Oct

“Modulating myeloid cells to increase efficacy of pediatric brain tumor treatments” Hosted by the Siteman Cancer Center Who can attend: This lecture series is designed for clinicians, basic science researchers, students, residents, fellows, post-doctoral scholars, and anyone else who wishes to learn more about these topics. For inquiries contact Maria Miller.

5 Oct

“Making heads and tails of hippocampal contributions to remote memory retrieval” Hosted by the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Full schedule, Behavior, Brain, Cognition Colloquium For inquiries contact psych@wustl.edu.

5 Oct

“Liquid-to-solid phase transition of oskar ribonucleoprotein granules is essential for their function in Drosophila embryonic development” Bose, et al. Cell 2022 Apr 14;185(8):1308-1324.e23. 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.

6 Oct

Korsmeyer Lecture: Peter Agre (Johns Hopkins University) – “Aquaporin Water Channels: From Atomic Structure to Malaria”

October 6, 2022
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Eric P. Newman Education Center Auditorium (EPNEC; Medical Campus)

“Aquaporin Water Channels: From Atomic Structure to Malaria” The Stanley J. Korsmeyer Memorial Lectureship is hosted by the Siteman Cancer Center and the Washington University School of Medicine. For inquiries contact Melinda Dioneda.

6 Oct

Annual Neuroscience Retreat: Sarah Ross (University of Pittsburgh), David Holtzman (WashU Neurology)

October 6, 2022
8:45 am - 10:00 pm
Trout Lodge (13528 State Highway AA, Potosi, MO 63664)

Sarah Ross: “The neural circuits of itch and pain”David Holtzman: “The role of ApoE and the immune response in tau-mediated neurodegeneration” The Annual Neuroscience Retreat is organized by graduate students across programs and departments, and intended to foster scientific and social interaction among students, post docs, and faculty in the WashU Neuroscience community. Note that […]

7 Oct

“‘Let’s go over it again’: Examining the intra- and interpersonal processes that perpetuate co-rumination in close relationships” Hosted by the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Full schedule, Social & Personality Brown Bags For inquiries contact psych@wustl.edu.

7 Oct

Annual Neuroscience Retreat: Sarah Ross (University of Pittsburgh), David Holtzman (WashU Neurology)

October 7, 2022
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Trout Lodge (13528 State Highway AA, Potosi, MO 63664)

Sarah Ross: “The neural circuits of itch and pain”David Holtzman: “The role of ApoE and the immune response in tau-mediated neurodegeneration” The Annual Neuroscience Retreat is organized by graduate students across programs and departments, and intended to foster scientific and social interaction among students, post docs, and faculty in the WashU Neuroscience community. Note that […]

10 Oct

“Generations & Generational Differences at Work: Where Do We Stand?” This seminar is part of a monthly series — Issues in Aging — that highlights current research and perspectives on aging-relevant issues from experts in medicine, social work, psychology, law and more. This event will be offered virtually as a Zoom webinar, please register to receive your own […]

10 Oct

“The impact of neurosteroids on the brain: Where is the therapeutic benefit?” This Monday Noon seminar mini-series is co-hosted by the WashU Hope Center for Neurological Disorders and Department of Neurology. Mini-series: Hormones in brain function and disease Organizers: John Cirrito, Rachel Hendrix and Hannah Edwards (WashU Neurology) October 3: Carla Yuede (WashU Psychiatry) October 10: Steven Mennerick (WashU […]

10 Oct

“DNA Alignment Workflows” Supported by the ICTS Precision Health function, the Bioinformatics (BFX) workshop starts on September 12th. Come learn the fundamentals of computational genomics, engage in hands on examples to improve and expedite your research, use cloud computing, and expand your network of experts in this field. Open to all faculty, staff and students. Learn […]

12 Oct

“HtrA1 prevents and reverses α-Synuclein aggregation, rendering it non-toxic, non-infectious, and seeding incompetent” 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.

12 Oct

“Epigenetics” 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. All professionals from ICTS Partner Institutions are welcome to participate. Students […]

12 Oct

Hosted by the Department of Psychological & Brain Sciences Full schedule, Behavior, Brain, Cognition Colloquium For inquiries contact psych@wustl.edu.

13 Oct

The Behavior Special Topics (BeST) Meetings are a discussion forum for anything behavior-related aimed at broadening behavioral analysis understanding and skills in our trainees. The meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of the month at 2p. Anyone interested is welcome to participate! The format for these meetings is discussion, with each meeting leader choosing […]

13 Oct

The St. Louis Neuroscience Outreach Interest Group (STLNOIG) discusses science outreach as it relates to brain development, function and disease. To learn more about the full range of current outreach efforts, check out St. Louis Neuroscience Outreach (STLNO). For inquiries contact Katie Lefton.

14 Oct

  Hosted by the Hope Center for Neurological Disorders The new Hope Center Lipid Metabolism Research Group gathers those who have made pioneering contributions in understanding the connection between lipid metabolism, immune activation and neurological/psychiatric disorders, and others who would like to know more about these contributions, better understand the role of lipid metabolism in […]

14 Oct

Wangchao (Iverchao) Xu: “TBD”Samira Parhizkar: “Dual orexin receptor inhibition markedly ameliorates APOE4 driven microglial reactivity and tau-mediated neurodegeneration” Hosted by the Hope Center Clocks & Sleep Club The Hope Center Clocks & Sleep Club discusses recent publications and data related to biological timing. For inquiries please contact the Hope Center.

14 Oct

“Imaging in Autosomal Dominant Alzheimer Disease (AD): How DIAN and DIAN-TU Have Transformed Our Understanding of AD” Hosted by the Department of Neurology Full schedule, Neurology Grand Rounds For inquiries contact Christine McIntosh.

17 Oct

HYBRID Rapid Antidepressants Journal Club

October 17, 2022
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Zoom/Couch Building 2nd floor conference room (Medical Campus, 4515 McKinley Ave)

The recent development of novel, fast acting, and durable antidepressant treatments such as Ketamine, Brexanolone, and Psilocybin has disrupted our view of the neuroscience and treatment of mood disorders. The Rapid Antidepressants Journal Club focuses on the research into the basic and translational science of how these drugs work. Full schedule, Rapid Antidepressants Journal Club […]

17 Oct

“Influence of sex and endocrine aging on vascular and metabolic contributions to dementia” This Monday Noon seminar mini-series is co-hosted by the WashU Hope Center for Neurological Disorders and Department of Neurology. Mini-series: Hormones in brain function and disease Organizers: John Cirrito, Rachel Hendrix and Hannah Edwards (WashU Neurology) October 3: Carla Yuede (WashU Psychiatry) October 10: Steven Mennerick […]

17 Oct

“Docker and Germline Variant Calling” Supported by the ICTS Precision Health function, the Bioinformatics (BFX) workshop starts on September 12th. Come learn the fundamentals of computational genomics, engage in hands on examples to improve and expedite your research, use cloud computing, and expand your network of experts in this field. Open to all faculty, staff […]

18 Oct

“Leveraging driving as a digital neurobehavioral marker to model functional decline” Hosted by the WashU Program in Physical Therapy This seminar is provided online. To receive an invitation to this seminar and future seminars, please fill out the request form.