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Neurobiology & Anatomy Program Project Seminar Series



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January 27th – Dr. Jeffrey Twiss, University of South Carolina

February 3rd – Kaitlin Farrell – Chronic inflammation and depression after SCI

February 10th – Dr. Sara Jane Ward, Temple University - Cannabinoids for Treatment of Spinal Cord Injury and Associated Neuropathic Pain

February 17th – Dr. Tatiana Bezdudnaya - Chronic neural stimulation to enhance respiratory plasticity following high cervical SCI

February 24th – Dr. Di Wu - Combining caRheb expression and ChABC treatment promotes functional axonal regeneration following C2HX

March 3rd – Renaud Jeffrey-Gauthier – visiting student in Cote lab

March 10th – Dr. Simon Danner - Central control of interlimb coordination and speed-dependent gait expression

March 17th – Soha Chhaya

March 24th – Dr. Jessica Ausborn - Neural interactions within and between the pre-Bötzinger and Bötzinger complexes: Insights from site-and phase-specific optogenetic activation of inhibitory neurons

March 31st – Kendall Schmidt - Optogenetically mediated neuromodulation of motor cortex enhances voluntary control of trunk in adult T9/T10 complete transected rats

April 7th – Gary Blumenthal - Role of Cortical Reorganization in At-Level Central Neuropathic Pain

April 14th - Lana Zholudeva - Neural Cell Transplantation to Promote Phrenic Repair After Cervical Spinal Cord Injury

April 21st – Nesta Ha - Mechanisms contributing to the rhythmogenicity of Shox2 interneurons

April 28th – Eugene Mironets - Effects of below-injury sTNFa/TNFR1 signaling in the development of autonomic dysreflexia and ensuing cardiovascular and peripheral immune dysfunction

May 5th – Dr. Shaoping Hou - Supraspinal dopaminergic regulation of micturition: implications for urinary improvement following spinal cord injury

May 12th – No PPG

May 19th – Medical School Commencement - No PPG

May 26th – Dr. Tanya Bezdudnaya - "Muscle stimulation to promote respiratory plasticity following high cervical spinal cord injury"

June 2nd – Bharadwaj Nandakumar - "Examining sensorimotor integration in the trunk motor cortex in naive adult rats"

June 9th – Vitaliy Marchenko – “Epidural stimulation for maintaining fictive breathing following high cervical complete spinal cord injury - focus on phrenic nucleus”

June 16th – Temple-Shriner’s Symposium – no PPG

June 23rd Dr. Guillaume Caron - Exercise modulates pre-synaptic inhibition after SCI



Friday 12pm

Michael Goldberger Conference Room

Room 276, Queen Lane Campus

The Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy

Drexel University College of Medicine

2900 Queen Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19129

(215) 991-8401