Department of Neurobiology, Physiology, and Behavior - NPB



UC DAVIS DEPARTMENT OF NEUROBIOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY, AND BEHAVIOR
PROUDLY PRESENTS:

The NPB 2015-16 Faculty Research
Seminar Series


10.05.15 David Hawkins, Ph.D.
Personalizing Physical Activity Prescription and Movement Mechanics for Health and Performance
1022 LIFE SCIENCES BUILDING: 12:10-1:00PM
10.12.15Keith Baar, Ph.D.
Using Molecular Biology and Tissue Engineering to Improve Musculoskeletal Health
1022 LIFE SCIENCES BUILDING: 12:10-1:00PM
11.02.15 Karen Ryan, Ph.D.
Nuclear Receptor Signaling in the CNS Regulation of Stress and Metabolism
1022 LIFE SCIENCES BUILDING: 12:10-1:00PM
12.07.15 Aldrin Gomes, Ph.D.
ISG15 Unexpected Role in Muscle Cell Differentiation
1022 LIFE SCIENCES BUILDING: 12:10-1:00PM
01.04.16 Mitch Sutter, Ph.D.
Auditory Cortex: From Sensation to Action
197 BRIGGS HALL: 12:10-1:00PM
02.01.16 Earl Carstens, Ph.D.
Neural Processing of Itch: Scratching the Surface
197 BRIGGS HALL: 12:10-1:00PM
03.07.16 Lee Miller, Ph.D.
Hearing Loss and Neurotechnology: New Approaches to Improve Speech Perception
197 BRIGGS HALL: 12:10-1:00PM
04.04.16 Tom Coombs-Hahn, Ph.D.
Integrative Biology of a Rich Patch Exploiting Songbird: What, Where, When, How, and Why?
1022 LIFE SCIENCES BUILDING: 12:10-1:00PM
05.02.16Ann Hedrick, Ph.D.
Sex, Death and Personality: The Evolution of Behavior in Field Crickets
1022 LIFE SCIENCES BUILDING: 12:10-1:00PM
06.06.16John Wingfield, Ph.D.
Nomads, Pioneers and Fugitives: On the Move in a Capricious World
1022 LIFE SCIENCES BUILDING: 12:10-1:00PM



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