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May 2019

Q&A: Prof Joseph Takahashi

May 16, 2019 @ 12:30 - 13:30

Circadian Clock Genes and the Importance of Timing in Aging and Longevity Thursday 16 May, 12.30pm at the Seminar Room A, Level 6 West Wing, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford   The Cortex Club is excited to host a Q&A session with Prof Joseph Takahasi from University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, who will be giving the Thomas Willis Lecture.  Please join us on May 16th, in Seminar Room A, Level 6, located at the West Wing of the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.…

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Q&A: Prof Katrin Amunts

May 17, 2019 @ 14:00 - 15:00
Sherrington Library, Level 2, Sherrington Building
Oxford, OX1 3PT
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Next generation brain maps – concepts, challenges, collaboration Friday 17 May, 14.00pm at the Sherrington Library, Sherrington Building, Oxford   The Cortex Club is delighted to host a Q&A session with Prof Katrin Amunts from the Institute of Neuroscience and Medicine, Forschungszentrum Julich, Germany, who will be giving the DPAG Head of Department Seminar in the Large Lecture Theatre at 13.00. Please join us after the lecture for the Q&A session on May 17th at the Sherrington Library located in the Sherrington Building, Department…

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December 2019

Q&A Lunch with Professor Guillermina Lopez

December 6, 2019 @ 13:00 - 15:00

On Friday 6th December, we are co-hosting with DPAG a Q&A lunch after-talk at 2pm in the Sherrington Library with Professor Guillermina Lopez-Bendito. If you would like to join us for free lunch, please sign up at: https://forms.gle/D3BGrRw5zZNgRWge6 The talk, instead, will be held at 1 pm in the Large Lecture Theatre, Sherrington Building, Off Parks Road, OX1 3PT. Title: Clonal Lineage determines the direct conversion of thalamic astrocytes into subtype-specific thalamocortical neurons Abstract: Forced expression of defined transcription factors…

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February 2020

Differential Resilience to Perturbation of Circuits with Similar Performance

February 24 @ 13:00 - 13:30

We are excited to announce that in collaboration with DPAG, we are hosting Professor Eve Marder, from the Biology Department and Volen Center, Brandeis University. She will give a talk at 1.15 pm in the Large Lecture Theatre, Sherrington Building. This will be followed by a lunch with the speaker, at 2.30pm in Sherrington Library. If you would like to attend this lunch, please sign up here: https://forms.gle/LdL85FftkdizsYte7 Due to the high demand, we will need registration for the lunch…

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March 2020

Dynamic control of presynaptic function in health and disease

March 5 @ 14:30 - 15:30

Cortex Club Presents: Dr Nils Brose Talk + lunch with the speaker at 2.30 in the Sherrington Library. Talk at 1.15pm in the Large Lecture Theatre. Abstract: The process of synaptic vesicle priming is a key determinant of synapse strength and plasticity because it maintains a pool of readily releasable vesicles at any given time and determines the time course of synaptic fatigue and recovery, e.g. upon exhaustion of readily releasable vesicles during and after phases of high synaptic activity.…

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