UTSA NEUROSCIENCES INSTITUTE
UTSA Neurosciences Institute Distinguished Public Lectures
2017 James Surmeier, Northwestern University.
A Strategy for Slowing the Progression of Parkinson’s Disease
2016 Howard Eichenbaum, Boston University.
Hippocampus: Memory in space & time
2015 Fred Gage, UCSF.
Neuronal Plasticity and Genomic Diversity
2014 Richard Palmiter, University of WA.
Neural Circuits of Aversion: Learning to avoid bad situations
2013 Erich Jarvis, Duke Medical Center, HHMI.
Learned Birdsong & the Neurobiology of Human Language
2012 Nancy Wexler, Columbia University.
Expansions on a Dream: From cause to cure of Huntington’s Disease
2012a Alice Wexler (companion lecture with American Studies Program & Honors College)
Stigma, Secrecy & Medical History: What we can learn from Huntington’s Disease
2011 Anne B Young, Harvard/MGH.
Huntington’s Disease: From gene to therapy
2010 Kristof Koch, CalTech.
The Neurobiology of Consciousness
The Neurosciences Institute Distinguished Lecture for the Public is an annual outreach lecture that gives the San Antonio community direct contact with leading ideas about the brain and neuroscience research from the influential neuroscientists that have defined key conceptual spaces and advances in contemporary neuroscience.
Lectures are preceded by a reception, and members of the community are invited to engage with our eminent guest and our neuroscience faculty.
Find discussions with our guests in our podcast series, Neuroscientists Talk Shop.
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