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Hormones for Breakfast Seminars

Hormones for Breakfast

Every other Wednesday at 8:30 am, CNS holds Breakfast meetings. During these meetings, two CNS or affiliated members each give a 15 minute presentation followed by a 10 minute discussion. We discuss ongoing research or planned research, a new technique or a relevant paper. Anything can be on the table, as long as it is relevant to neuroendocrinology. In addition to great science, the center provides bagels, coffee, hot water, teabags, juices, etc. All are welcome.

Upcoming Meetings:

November 29, 2017
French 209

Marcela Fernandez-Peters on ""

December 13, 2017
French 209

Jeff Blaustein on "Studies of aromatase inhibitors in women with breast cancer: some methodological considerations."

Previous Meetings:

November 8, 2017
French 209

Matias Andina (Pereira Lab) on "Dissecting maternally relevant neurons in mPOA"

October 25, 2017
French 209

FIRST Sarah Winokur (Pereira Lab) on "RNAseq Analysis of the Medial Preoptic Area in Early Postpartum Rats"

 

SECOND Tal Inbar (Bergan Lab) on "A robust and highly specific aromatase feedback to the accessory olfactory bulb." 

October 11, 2017
French 209

Catherine de Bournonville (Healey lab) on "Testosterone synthesis in the female zebra finch auditory forebrain induced by song."