Date, Time     Room Speaker Title
28-12-2011 12.00-13.00 NO SEMINAR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY
21-12-2011 12.00-13.00 NO SEMINAR CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY
14-12-2011 12.00-13.00 WN-C121 Martine Groen GABAergic development and dendritic excitability
07-12-2011 12.00-13.00 WN-M143 Tony Cijsouw Activity-dependent regulation of synaptic Munc18-1 levels
30-11-2011 12.00-13.00 WN-M143 Simon-Shlomo Poil The Neurophysiological Biomarker Toolbox (NBT): Towards an EEG-based diagnostic index of dementia
23-11-2011 12.00-13.00 WN-C147 Sabine Schmitz A novel ERK-dependent pathway that controls synaptic transmission
16-11-2011 12.00-13.00 NO SEMINAR [NO SEMINAR: SFN2011] NO SEMINAR
09-11-2011 12.00-13.00 WN-D107 Matthias Kneussel, Center for Molecular Neurobiology (ZMNH), University of Hamburg Medical School Transport and turnover of neuronal proteins underlying the regulation of synaptic strength
02-11-2011 12.00-13.00 WN-C147 Rhea van Bospoort Molecular mechanisms of neuronal dense core vesicle release
26-10-2011 12.00-13.00 WN-F123 Gary Lewis (Sage Centre for the Study of the Mind, University of California Santa Barbara, USA) Origins of social, moral, and political attitudes: Insights from behavioral genetics and neuroimaging
19-10-2011 12.00-13.00 NO SEMINAR NO SEMINAR NO SEMINAR
12-10-2011 12.00-13.00 WN-KC159 Priyanka Rao-Ruiz Retrieval-specific biphasic wave of GluA2-AMPAR trafficking underlies adaptive reconsolidation of contextual fear
05-10-2011 12.00-13.00 WN-F123 Peter Stys, University of Calgary The axo-myelinic synapse: implications for diseases of white matter
28-09-2011 12.00-13.00 WN-C147 Matias Palva (Neuroscience Center, University of Helsinki) Synchronization in cortical networks during human working memory task performance
21-09-2011 12.00-13.00 WN-KC159 Richard Ridderinkhof FrontoStriatal Networks Underlying Inhibitory Control over Impulsive Actions
14-09-2011 12.00-13.00 WN-C147 Joost Wiskerke (Dept Anatomy & Neurosciences, NCA) A story beyond monoamines: opioid and cannabinoid control of impulsive behavior in rats
07-09-2011 12.00-13.00 WN-C147 Marieke Meijer Munc18-1 mutations that abolish SNARE-complex binding support normal synaptic transmission
02-08-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C147 Maiken Nedergaard, University of Rochester Medical School, USA & Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitaet, Bonn, Germany Cx43 hemichannels as sensors of extracellular Ca2+: Implication for neuro-glia signaling
20-07-2011 12.00-13.00 tba tba tba
13-07-2011 12.00-13.00 tba tba tba
06-07-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C147 Tjeerd Olde Scheper Hebbian Cross-Correlation Learning Emerges as Spike Timing Dependent Plasticity
29-06-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C121 Michael Nitsche (Dept. Clin. Neurophysiology, University of Goettingen, Germany) Impact of nicotine on cortical excitability and plasticity, and its consequences for cognitive processes in humans
22-06-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C121 Jeroen Pasterkamp (Dept Neuroscience and Pharmacology, University Medical Center Utrecht, Utrecht) Molecular mechanisms of neural circuit development
15-06-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C121 Jeroen Geurts (Division of Clinical Neuroscience, Dept Anatomy & Neuroscience, VUmc) Klinische neurowetenschappen: modus operandi
08-06-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C147 tba tba
01-06-2011 12.00-13.00 NO SEMINAR NO SEMINAR ENP-Meeting 2011
25-05-2011 12.00-13.00 NO SEMINAR NO SEMINAR CNCR OUTING 2011
18-05-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C121 Pieter Roelofsma How the brain learns to map sensory stimuli onto motor responses
11-05-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C121 Juliane Lauks Neurobeachin: an AKAP involved in the regulation of glutamate and GABA receptors
04-05-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C121 Jackie Schiller (Dept Physiology, The Technion, Israel) Non linear integration in dendrites of CNS neurons
03-05-2011 12.00-13.00 WN F123 Floor Stam (La Jolla, USA) Neuronal diversity and connectivity in the spinal central pattern generator that controls locomotion
29-04-2011 14.30-15.30 WN D107 Joris de Wit (La Jolla, USA) Role Of Leucine-Rich Repeat Containing Proteins In Excitatory Synapse Development
27-04-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C121 Natalia Goriounova Nicotine during adolescence alters prefrontal cortical functioning in later life
20-04-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C147 Rogier Min (Dept Physiology, University of Bern, Switzerland) Involvement of astrocyte signaling in neocortical spike timing-dependent plasticity
13-04-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C147 Damiaan Denys (Dept Psychiatry, Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam) Deep brain stimulation and psychiatry
07-04-2011 14.00-15.00 A-321 Marcus Schwab (Max Planck Institute of Experimental Medicine, Göttingen, Germany) Axonal regulation of myelination by neuregulin 1
06-04-2011 12.00-13.00 NO SEMINAR NO SEMINAR NCA Annual Meeting
30-03-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C147 Nutabi Camargo Neurological deficits in SCAP-GFAPcre transgenic mice: a role for
astrocytes as lipid suppliers to the CNS
23-03-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C147 Mary Munson The Exocyst Complex: Molecular Architecture and Function in Exocytosis
16-03-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C121 Jaap van Pelt Neuroinformatics – Data, Analysis and Modeling in the Neurosciences
09-03-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C121 NO SEMINAR NO SEMINAR
02-03-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C121 Patricia Klemmer Exploring the synaptic proteome of a mouse model for Fragile X Syndrome
using proteomics tools
23-02-2011 12.00-13.00 NO SEMINAR HOLIDAYS
16-02-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C121 Klaus-Armin Nave
(Dept. of Neurogenetics, Max Planck Institute for Experimental Medicine, Göttingen, Germany)
The role of myelinating glia in preserving axonal integrity
09-02-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C121 Vivi Heine Cell replacement therapies for Pediatric Leukoencephalopathic disorders
02-02-2011 12.00-13.00 WN C121 Markus Butz Activity-dependent structural plasticity induces cortical remapping
26-01-2011 12.00-13.00 HG 10A05 Ralf Mohrmann Exocytosis: All good things come in threes
19-01-2011 12.00-13.00 TBA Patricia Klemmer tba
12-01-2011 12.00-13.00 HG 10A05 NO SEMINAR NO SEMINAR
05-01-2011 12.00-13.00 HG 10A05 Ed Levitan (University of Pittsburgh, USA) Imaging Vesicle and Signaling Dynamics in the Nerve Terminal