Annual Symposium

Fourteenth Annual Symposium
of the
Center for Neuroendocrine
Studies

University of Massachusetts, Amherst
Friday, October 25, 2013

 
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Program for the Fourteenth Annual Symposium:

The Brain in Transition: Hormone Actions Across the Lifespan

2013 program flyer:
2013 CNS preliminary program



9:00 am - Registration | Welcome Breakfast

         Cape Cod Lounge, Student Union Building (1st Floor)


10:00 am - Opening Remarks


10:20 am - Robert Denver, University of Michigan

           Thyroid Hormone Receptors Act as Epigenetic Switches to Gate Developmental            

           Control Genes During Nervous System Development


11:10 am - Steve McCormick, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

           Preparing for the Sea: The Hormonal Control of Life History in Migratory Salmon

      McCormick.GenCompEndo.2008.pdfMcCormick.Euryhaline%20Fishes%202013%20Smolt%20Physiology%20and%20Endocrinology.pdf   

12:00 pm - Lunch

          Amherst Room, Campus Center (10th Floor)


1:00 pm - Career Development Workshops

          Meeting Rooms, Campus Center (9th Floor)


2:00 pm - Cheryl Sisk, Michigan State University

           Pubertal Hormones and the Adolescent Brain
     Ahmed.Nature%20Neurosci.2008.pdfSchulz.HormBehav.2009.pdf   

 

2:50 pm - Alexander Kauffman, University of California, San Diego

           Developmental Regulation of Reproductive Neuroendocrine Circuits in Rodents

     Kauffman%20MCE%202010%20Kiss1%20review.pdfPoling&Kauffman.FrontNeuroendo.2013.pdf 

3:40 pm - Break


4:00 pm - Pauline Maki, University of Illinois at Chicago

           Menopause and Memory


     Maki.BrainRes.2011.pdfCritical Window Hypothesis 

  

5:00 pm - Poster Session* and Drinks

          Marriott Room, Campus Center (11th Floor)


6:00 pm - Banquet Dinner & Closing Remarks

          Marriott Room, Campus Center (11th Floor)


          



 

*Poster submission is now closed


2012 Program Flyer (PDF)

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For further information, please contact one of the CNS Symposium organizers:

 

Dr. Jason Breves

breves@bio.umass.edu

413-577-3456

Dr. Mary Holder  

mkholder@cns.umass.edu

413-545-0794

Dr. Ben Pawlisch  

bpawlisch@cns.umass.edu

413-545-5956


 

 

 

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