Swammerdam Lectures 2018


Speaker:   Giulio Tononi (in collaboration with Amsterdam Brain and Cognition [ABC])
Date:   April 19, 2018
Time:   16.00 p.m.
Host:   Umberto Olcese
Location:   REC M1.01, Roeterseiland Campus, Plantage Muidergracht 12, Amsterdam
Title lecture:   The burden of wake and the reasons of sleep
Affiliation:   The Center for Sleep and Consciousness, Univ. of Wisconsin-Madison, Wisconsin, MI, USA
Speaker:   Lennart Mucke
Date:   June 1, 2018
Time:   tba
Host:   Eleonora Aronica
Location:   tba
Title lecture:   Intriguing links between developmental and degenerative brain disorders
Affiliation:   UCSF School of Medicine, Dept. of Neurology, Gladstone Institute of Neurological Disease, University of California, San Francisco, USA
Speaker:   Yang Dan
Date:   June 22, 2018
Time:   tba
Host:   Christian Lohmann
Location:   tba
Title lecture:   Neural circuits controlling sleep
Affiliation:   Dept. Mol. & Cell Biology and HHMI, Univ. California at Berkeley, Berkeley, USA
Speaker:   Kay Tye
Date:   June 27, 2018
Time:   tba
Host:   Huib Mansvelder
Location:   tba
Title lecture:   Neural circuits important for emotional valence
Affiliation:   Tye Lab, Picower Institute for Learning and Memory, MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA
Speaker:   Massimo Scanziani
Date:   September 21, 2018
Time:   tba
Host:   Niels Cornelisse
Location:   tba
Title lecture:    Cortical circuits of vision
Affiliation:   Scanziani Lab, Univ. of California San Francisco, HHMI, San Francisco, CA, USA
Speaker:   Francois Guillemot
Date:   October 23, 2018
Time:   tba
Host:   Marco Hoekman
Location:   tba
Title lecture:    Stem cell heterogeneity in the adult brain
Affiliation:   Neural Stem Cell Biology Laboratory, The Francis Crick Institute, London, UK
Speaker:   Carlos Brody
Date:   October 26, 2018
Time:   tba
Host:   Carien Lansink
Location:   tba
Title lecture:    Neural substrates for decision making in rats
Affiliation:   Brodylab, Princeton Neuroscience Institute, Princeton, NJ, USA
Speaker:   Wolfram Schultz
Date:   November 23, 2018
Time:   tba
Host:   Member organizing committee PhD-meeting
Location:   Woudschoten Conference Center
Title lecture:    Iconoclastic reverse engineering: from biological goal via theory-driven design to reward neurones
Affiliation:   Dept. of Physiology, Development and Neuroscience, Univ. of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK