Events

  • Neuroscience Grand Rounds
    Oct 28 2016 - 8:00am

    Brian Appleby, MD, Associate Professor 

    Departments of Neurology, Psychiatry, and Pathology;

    Co-Director, National Prion Disease Pathology Surveillance Center;

    Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

    Cleveland, OH

     

    "Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease & Other Prion Diseases"

     

    The University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians.

    The University of Arizona College of Medicine - Tucson designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.

  • Neurology Journal Club
    May 4 2017 - 8:00am
     
    Speaker/Topic:  Dr Shaowen Bao (Physiology), Auditory perception and learning
     
    Journal Club
    The Department of Neurology holds monthly journal club meetings where we discuss current topics in Neurology and Neuroscience Research. These meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month in AHSC 6120 at 8 AM. Although, the journal club is part of the educational curriculum for Neurology Residents in training, it is an event which is open to all interested faculty, students, and 'Neuro' enthusiasts.
     
    Journal Club Format
    The meetings usually involve the presentation of a current clinically relevant, but basic neuroscience, journal article by the speaker. All meetings are informal. So unlike regular seminars, questions do not need to be reserved until the end and are encouraged to be discussed also during the presentation.
     

     

  • Neurology Journal Club
    Apr 6 2017 - 8:00am
     
    Speaker/Topic:  Dr Russell Witte (Radiology), Novel methods for neural imaging
     
    Journal Club
    The Department of Neurology holds monthly journal club meetings where we discuss current topics in Neurology and Neuroscience Research. These meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month in AHSC 6120 at 8 AM. Although, the journal club is part of the educational curriculum for Neurology Residents in training, it is an event which is open to all interested faculty, students, and 'Neuro' enthusiasts.
     
    Journal Club Format
    The meetings usually involve the presentation of a current clinically relevant, but basic neuroscience, journal article by the speaker. All meetings are informal. So unlike regular seminars, questions do not need to be reserved until the end and are encouraged to be discussed also during the presentation.
     
    Next Month's Meeting

    5/4: Dr Shaowen Bao (Physiology), Auditory perception and learning

  • Neurology Journal Club
    Mar 2 2017 - 8:00am

    Speaker/Topic: Dr Fabian Fernandez (Psychology), Circadian rhythms and cognition

    Journal Club
    The Department of Neurology holds monthly journal club meetings where we discuss current topics in Neurology and Neuroscience Research. These meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month in AHSC 6120 at 8 AM. Although, the journal club is part of the educational curriculum for Neurology Residents in training, it is an event which is open to all interested faculty, students, and 'Neuro' enthusiasts.
     
    Journal Club Format
    The meetings usually involve the presentation of a current clinically relevant, but basic neuroscience, journal article by the speaker. All meetings are informal. So unlike regular seminars, questions do not need to be reserved until the end and are encouraged to be discussed also during the presentation.
     

    Spring 2017

    4/6: Dr Russell Witte (Radiology), Novel methods for neural imaging

    5/4: Dr Shaowen Bao (Physiology), Auditory perception and learning

  • Neurology Journal Club
    Feb 2 2017 - 8:00am
     
    Speaker/Topic: Dr Torsten Falk (Neurology), Parkinson's disease mechanisms and therapeutics
     
    Journal Club
    The Department of Neurology holds monthly journal club meetings where we discuss current topics in Neurology and Neuroscience Research. These meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month in AHSC 6120 at 8 AM. Although, the journal club is part of the educational curriculum for Neurology Residents in training, it is an event which is open to all interested faculty, students, and 'Neuro' enthusiasts.
     
    Journal Club Format
    The meetings usually involve the presentation of a current clinically relevant, but basic neuroscience, journal article by the speaker. All meetings are informal. So unlike regular seminars, questions do not need to be reserved until the end and are encouraged to be discussed also during the presentation.
     

    Spring 2017

    3/2: Dr Fabian Fernandez (Psychology), Circadian rhythms and cognition

    4/6: Dr Russell Witte (Radiology), Novel methods for neural imaging

    5/4: Dr Shaowen Bao (Physiology), Auditory perception and learning

  • Neurology Journal Club
    Jan 12 2017 - 8:00am

    Speaker/Topic: Dr Roberta Brinton (Director, UA Center for Innovation in Brain Science), Alzheimer's disease therapeutics

    Journal Club
    The Department of Neurology holds monthly journal club meetings where we discuss current topics in Neurology and Neuroscience Research. These meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month in AHSC 6120 at 8 AM. Although, the journal club is part of the educational curriculum for Neurology Residents in training, it is an event which is open to all interested faculty, students, and 'Neuro' enthusiasts.
     
    Journal Club Format
    The meetings usually involve the presentation of a current clinically relevant, but basic neuroscience, journal article by the speaker. All meetings are informal. So unlike regular seminars, questions do not need to be reserved until the end and are encouraged to be discussed also during the presentation.
     

    Spring 2017

    2/2: Dr Torsten Falk (Neurology), Parkinson's disease mechanisms and therapeutics

    3/2: Dr Fabian Fernandez (Psychology), Circadian rhythms and cognition

    4/6: Dr Russell Witte (Radiology), Novel methods for neural imaging

    5/4: Dr Shaowen Bao (Physiology), Auditory perception and learning

  • Neurology Journal Club
    Dec 1 2016 - 8:00am
     
    Speaker/Topic: Dr Robin Polt (Chemistry and Biochemistry), Glycobiology and its applications to the nervous system
     
    Journal Club
    The Department of Neurology holds monthly journal club meetings where we discuss current topics in Neurology and Neuroscience Research. These meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month in AHSC 6120 at 8 AM. Although, the journal club is part of the educational curriculum for Neurology Residents in training, it is an event which is open to all interested faculty, students, and 'Neuro' enthusiasts.
     
    Journal Club Format
    The meetings usually involve the presentation of a current clinically relevant, but basic neuroscience, journal article by the speaker. All meetings are informal. So unlike regular seminars, questions do not need to be reserved until the end and are encouraged to be discussed also during the presentation.
     

    Spring 2017

    1/12: Dr Roberta Brinton (Director, UA Center for Innovation in Brain Science), Alzheimer's disease therapeutics

    2/2: Dr Torsten Falk (Neurology), Parkinson's disease mechanisms and therapeutics

    3/2: Dr Fabian Fernandez (Psychology), Circadian rhythms and cognition

    4/6: Dr Russell Witte (Radiology), Novel methods for neural imaging

    5/4: Dr Shaowen Bao (Physiology), Auditory perception and learning

  • Neurology Journal Club
    Nov 3 2016 - 8:00am
     
     
    Speaker/Topic: Dr Haijiang Cai (Neuroscience), Neural circuits in feeding and emotional behaviors
     
    Journal Club
    The Department of Neurology holds monthly journal club meetings where we discuss current topics in Neurology and Neuroscience Research. These meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month in AHSC 6120 at 8 AM. Although, the journal club is part of the educational curriculum for Neurology Residents in training, it is an event which is open to all interested faculty, students, and 'Neuro' enthusiasts.
     
    Journal Club Format
    The meetings usually involve the presentation of a current clinically relevant, but basic neuroscience, journal article by the speaker. All meetings are informal. So unlike regular seminars, questions do not need to be reserved until the end and are encouraged to be discussed also during the presentation.
     
    Fall 2016

    12/1: Dr Robin Polt (Chemistry and Biochemistry), Glycobiology and its applications to the nervous system

    Spring 2017

    1/12: Dr Roberta Brinton (Director, UA Center for Innovation in Brain Science), Alzheimer's disease therapeutics

    2/2: Dr Torsten Falk (Neurology), Parkinson's disease mechanisms and therapeutics

    3/2: Dr Fabian Fernandez (Psychology), Circadian rhythms and cognition

    4/6: Dr Russell Witte (Radiology), Novel methods for neural imaging

    5/4: Dr Shaowen Bao (Physiology), Auditory perception and learning


  • Neurology Journal Club
    Oct 6 2016 - 8:00am

    Topic: Dr Jacob Schwartz (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Role of RNA-binding proteins in ALS

    Journal Club
    The Department of Neurology holds monthly journal club meetings where we discuss current topics in Neurology and Neuroscience Research. These meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month in AHSC 6120 at 8 AM. Although, the journal club is part of the educational curriculum for Neurology Residents in training, it is an event which is open to all interested faculty, students, and 'Neuro' enthusiasts.
     
    Journal Club Format
    The meetings usually involve the presentation of a current clinically relevant, but basic neuroscience, journal article by the speaker. All meetings are informal. So unlike regular seminars, questions do not need to be reserved until the end and are encouraged to be discussed also during the presentation.

    2016-2017 Journal Club Schedule

    Fall 2016:

    11/3: Dr Haijiang Cai (Neuroscience), Neural circuits in feeding and emotional behaviors

    12/1: Dr Robin Polt (Chemistry and Biochemistry), Glycobiology and its applications to the nervous system

    Spring 2017

    1/12: Dr Roberta Brinton (Director, UA Center for Innovation in Brain Science), Alzheimer's disease therapeutics

    2/2: Dr Torsten Falk (Neurology), Parkinson's disease mechanisms and therapeutics

    3/2: Dr Fabian Fernandez (Psychology), Circadian rhythms and cognition

    4/6: Dr Russell Witte (Radiology), Novel methods for neural imaging

    5/4: Dr Shaowen Bao (Physiology), Auditory perception and learning

     

  • Neurology Journal Club
    Sep 8 2016 - 8:00am

    Speaker/Topic:  Dr Michel Heien (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Neuroanalytical chemistry

    Journal Club
    The Department of Neurology holds monthly journal club meetings where we discuss current topics in Neurology and Neuroscience Research. These meetings are held on the first Thursday of every month in AHSC 6120 at 8 AM. Although, the journal club is part of the educational curriculum for Neurology Residents in training, it is an event which is open to all interested faculty, students, and 'Neuro' enthusiasts.
     
    Journal Club Format
    The meetings usually involve the presentation of a current clinically relevant, but basic neuroscience, journal article by the speaker. All meetings are informal. So unlike regular seminars, questions do not need to be reserved until the end and are encouraged to be discussed also during the presentation.

    2016-2017 Journal Club Schedule

    Fall 2016:

    10/6: Dr Jacob Schwartz (Chemistry & Biochemistry), Role of RNA-binding proteins in ALS

    11/3: Dr Haijiang Cai (Neuroscience), Neural circuits in feeding and emotional behaviors

    12/1: Dr Robin Polt (Chemistry and Biochemistry), Glycobiology and its applications to the nervous system

    Spring 2017

    1/12: Dr Roberta Brinton (Director, UA Center for Innovation in Brain Science), Alzheimer's disease therapeutics

    2/2: Dr Torsten Falk (Neurology), Parkinson's disease mechanisms and therapeutics

    3/2: Dr Fabian Fernandez (Psychology), Circadian rhythms and cognition

    4/6: Dr Russell Witte (Radiology), Novel methods for neural imaging

    5/4: Dr Shaowen Bao (Physiology), Auditory perception and learning

     

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