Events

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Bryan Research 103

DUKE SEMINARS IN NEURAL ENGINEERINGFall 2021Erin Purcell, Michigan State UniversityThursday, September 2312:00 - 1:00Bryan Research 103 (and over Zoom) read more about DUKE SEMINARS IN NEURAL ENGINEERING »

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Virtual

The Center for Cognitive Neuroscience Colloquium Series welcomes Dr. Asifa Majid from the Univ. of York. Her talk is titled: 'Language, olfaction, and emotion'The importance of our sense of smell has… read more about 'Language, olfaction, and emotion’ (Asifa Majid - Univ. of York) »

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Online

The Cognitive, Auditory, and Neural Bases of Language and Speech (CANBLS) Research Group brings together researchers from Duke campus and medical school to explore in depth the many aspects that… read more about Hemispheric specialization for speech and music: acoustical cues and connectivity profiles »

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This is part of the Duke Nicotine Research Series.My lab investigates the neural correlates of cognition with particular emphasis on attentional functions, their impairment in people with… read more about Duke Nicotine Research Series: Interacting Brain Systems--Nicotine effects on brain function-beyond dopamine »

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Virtual Colloquium (Zoom)

The world is embarking on an unprecedented effort to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Why do people get vaccinated; why do people not get vaccinated; and in what ways can behavioral science help people… read more about What are the Uses—and Limits—of Using Behavioral Science to Increase Vaccination Rates? »

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Bryan Research 103

Postponed until Spring 2022, date tba. Duke Neurobiology welcomes Gilles Laurent, Ph.D., Director of the Department of Neural Systems and Coding at the Max Planck Institute for Brain Research in… read more about POSTPONED: Ruth K. Broad Seminar »

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Please join us for the next presentation in our 2021-2022 Duke Center for Autism Speaker Series! Our speaker will be Maya Corneille, Ph.D., co-director of the Collective Health and Education Equity… read more about Approaches for Building Equity and Empowerment for Families with Autistic Children »

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Virtual

The Center for Cognitive Neuroscience Colloquium Series welcomes the University of Arizona's Dr. Katalin Gothard. Dr. Gothard is a Professor in the departments of Physiology and Neuroscience. The… read more about From Sensing to Feeling - Is the Switch in the Amygdala? (Katalin Gothard, Arizona) »

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Bryan Research 103

Duke Neurobiology welcomes Josie Clowney, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology at the University of Michigan. Dr. Clowney will present "A feminist framing of… read more about A feminist framing of Fruitless: Maleness as a suppression of female neural programs »

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Online

This is part of the Duke Nicotine Research Series.Dr. London received her Ph.D. in Pharmacology from the University of Maryland and her postdoctoral training at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.… read more about Duke Nicotine Research Series: Interacting Brain Systems--the insula and its connections in smoking-related states »

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Bryan Research 103

DUKE SEMINARS IN NEURAL ENGINEERINGFall 2021Douglas Weber, Carnegie Mellon UniversityThursday, October 1412:00 - 1:00Bryan Research 103 read more about DUKE SEMINARS IN NEURAL ENGINEERING »

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Virtual

The Center for Cognitive Neuroscience Spring Colloquium Series welcomes Radboud University's Dr. Rogier Kievit. In the Lifespan Cognitive Dynamics lab we are interested how, and why, cognitive… read more about Towards a new definition of cortical maturity: Evidence from a unique 12 wave developmental sample (Rogier Kievit, Radboud Univ.) »

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Bryan Research 103

Duke Neurobiology welcomes Bryan Roth, MD, PhD, Michael Hooker Distinguished Professor of Pharmacology at UNC School of Medicine. Dr. Roth is the Director of the NIMH Psychoactive Drug Screening… read more about New chemical and synthetic biology technologies »

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Bryan Research 103

DUKE SEMINARS IN NEURAL ENGINEERINGFall 2021J. Luis Lujan, Mayo ClinicThursday, October 2112:00 - 1:00Bryan Research 103 read more about DUKE SEMINARS IN NEURAL ENGINEERING »

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Virtual

The Center for Cognitive Neuroscience Colloquium Series welcomes Dr. Keith Doelling from the Institut de l'Aution.Keith Doelling is a Postdoctoral Associate in David Poeppel´s lab at the Department… read more about Predicting the natural rhythms of speech and music (Keith Doelling, Institut de l'Aution) »

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Online

The Cognitive, Auditory, and Neural Bases of Language and Speech (CANBLS) Research Group brings together researchers from Duke campus and medical school to explore in depth the many aspects that… read more about Visual benefits of sign language: new evidence from EEG, behavior, and emerging technology »

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Virtual

The Center for Cognitive Neuroscience Colloquium SeriesMore details to come read more about The ‘not so silent’ right hemisphere after stroke (Jamila Minga - Duke) »

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Bryan Research 103

Duke Neurobiology welcomes Gul Dolen, M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University. (title tba) read more about Neurobiology Invited Seminar »

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Online

Justin Sharpe received his B.S. in Public Health in 2012 and Master of Public Health in 2014. Justin began his career as a graduate instructor in ECU's Health 1000 classes and since has served as a… read more about Duke social culture and substance misuse prevention »

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Bryan Research 103

Duke Neurobiology welcomes Stephanie Palmer, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Organismal Biology and Anatomy at the University of Chicago. (title tba) read more about Neurobiology Invited Seminar »

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Online

The Marshall lab is primarily focused on understanding the neuronal mechanisms that contribute to and result from alcohol abuse. The overarching goal of these pre-clinical studies is to determine… read more about The neuroimmune response as a mediator & consequence of alcohol abuse »

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Virtual

The Center for Cognitive Neuroscience Colloquium Series welcomes Dr. Bratislav Misic from McGill University.Bratislav Misic, PhDBratislav Misic, PhDContact InformationEmail address: bratislav.misic@… read more about Structure-Function Relationships in Brain Networks (Bratislav Misic, McGill Univ.) »