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UTSA Neurosciences Institute

One UTSA Plaza San Antonio TX 78249

Hosted by CBI

Anthony Koleske


Kavli Insittute

Yale University

Bettina Winckler

Professor University of Virginia School of Medicine

Jenny Hsieh

Associate Professor, UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas

Bruce Appel

Diane G Wallach Endowed Chair of Pediatric Stem Cell Biology, U of Colorado School of Medicine

Philip Horner

Professor of Neurosurgery, UW Seattle

Vance Lemmon

Walter G. Ross Chair of Developmental Neuroscience

U of Miami Medical Center

Annie     Lin

Assistant Professor,


October 27 9:30a-4:30p

Presented by the Neurosciences Institute

Arnold Kriegstein MD PhD

Genes expressed by human cortical radial glia help explain developmental and evolutionary cortical expansion

Anthony Koleske PhD

Adhesive and cytoskeletal control of dendrite development and stability

Bettina Winckler PhD

Playing in traffic: Neuronal endosomes at the cross-roads during development and beyond

Jenny Hsieh PhD

The Yin and Yang of Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis

Annie Lin PhD

Epigenetic Regulations Underlying Cell Fate Transition in Adult Neurogenic Niches

October 28 8:30a-12p

Presented by the Cell & Molecular Biology Program

Bruce Appel PhD

MicroRNA Regulation of Neural Precursor Maintenance and Specification

Philip Horner PhD

Myelin plasticity after spinal cord injury: New targets to improve axonal conduction and function

Vance Lemmon PhD

Functional Genomics and Spinal Cord Injury

Sponsored jointly by The UTSA Neurosciences Institute and the Cell & Molecular Biology Program at UTSA.  Additional contributions made by:

October 27 & 28, 2014

BSE 2.102 UTSA Main Campus

Contact us for free parking by Oct 17 here

2014 Neuroscience Symposium

Neuron Regeneration October 27 & 28 2014

Arnold Kriegstein

Director, Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regeneration Medicine & Stem Cell Research


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A limited number of free parking tags will be available.  Request yours by Oct 17 here.  First come, first serve.

Parking for the public is available at the Ximinez Avenue Garage, at a rate of $2/hr.

No Registration Required, Free and Open to the Public