The Kavli Institue for Neuroscience Symposium will take place on April 6, from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at The Anlyan Center Auditorium (N107), 300 Cedar Street. Speakers include:
- Thomas Jessell, Columbia University, "Diversity and Circuitry as Elements of Spinal Motor Control"
- Catherine Dulac, Harvard University, "Neurobiology of Social Behavior"
- Massimo Scanziani, University of California, San Francisco, "Cortical Circuits of Vision"
- Daniel Colon-Ramos, Yale University, "Cell Biological Mechanisms of Synaptic Assembly, Plasticity and Funciton: Lessons from C. elegans"
- Leslie Vosshall, Rockefeller University, "Neurobiology of the World's Most Dangerous Animal"
- Ellen Hoffman, Yale University, "Identifying Convergent Neural Mechanisms in Zebrafish Models of Autism Risk Genes"
- Christopher Walsh, Harvard Medical School, "Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going" Development and Evolution of the Human Cerebral Cortex"
To register, visit kavli.yale.edu. For questions, please contact Tiffany Lin at firstname.lastname@example.org or Katherine Bownes at katherine email@example.com.