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Kimberly Rosvall, PhD Indiana University; Assistant Professor, Department of Biology "How does nature build an aggressive female?"
The right insular cortex is a critical component of a salience network that is thought to mediate interactions between other brain networks involved in externally oriented attention and internally oriented cognition. How these systems reconfigure with development is a critical question for cognitive neuroscience.
Fox Family Innovation and Entrepreneurship Lecture "Funding Innovation: A Non-Dilutive Approach" Eva Garland, PhD CEO at Eva Garland Consulting, LLC
Identification of foods and nutrients that promote human cognitive function has the potential to have a lasting impact on quality of life for all populations. his presentation will highlight the links between macular lutein status and cognitive control and relational memory in children and adults.
IGB Postdoc Association Presents: "A Career in Scientific Consulting" Eva Garland, PhD CEO at Eva Garland Consulting, LLC
"Deconstructing Sinorhizobium - towards a minimal genome for symbiotic nitrogen fixation" Turlough Finan, PhD McMaster University; Professor, Department of Biology
We examine the brain processes involved in interactive vocal behaviors, focusing on forebrain circuitry in the songbird and the rodent, and we relate these to emerging human studies that employ a range of methods to manipulate and monitor cortical areas relevant for speech.
SYMPOSIUM HAS BEEN POSTPONED. The symposium organizing committee, in consultation with university administration, have decided that it is prudent and necessary to postpone the Rubisco Oxygenase Symposium due to the COVID-19 situation. We are currently looking into new dates for the symposium for Fall 2020. We sincerely regret any inconvenience that this may cause.
"Epigenetic embedding of early life adversity" Elisabeth Binder, PhD Max Planck Institute of Psychiatry in Munich