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Distinguished Lecture Series (DLS)

See below for current line-up.

Click on each speaker to view info on the speaker’s research, selected papers & title. Also, be sure to check out previous lectures, past videos, and exclusive interviews with the speaker.

TIME: 10-11am in either the Speakers Auditorium or 124 Petit Science Center

BEHAVIORAL, BIOLOGICAL, & EPIGENETIC CONSEQUENCES OF EARLY SOCIAL EXPERIENCES IN PRIMATES
124 Petit Science Center
Host: David Washburn

Selected Papers:

1. Review Chapter: Attachment in rhesus monkeys
2. Review Chapter: Epigenetics and neuroendocrinology
3. The signature of maternal social rank in placenta...
4. Nonhuman primate models of neuropsychiatric disorders

SEX DIFFERENCES IN BRAIN & OTHER DISEASE CAUSED BY CELL-AUTONOMOUS EFFECTS OF SEX CHROMOSOMES
Speakers Auditorium
Host: Laura Carruth
Listen to an exclusive interview of Dr. Arnold with Neuroscience graduate student Greg Suess.

Selected Papers:
1. Sexual differentiation of the brain and behavior
2. The end of gonad-centric sex determination in mammals
3. The importance of having two X chromosomes

OXYTOCIN & THE CHEMISTRY OF THE SOCIAL BRAIN
Centennial Hall
12:30-6:45pm
RSVP to Liz Weaver
Listen to an exclusive interview of Dr. Caldwell with Neuroscience graduate student Greg Suess.

 

DLS 2015 – 2016 Archive

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