Hormones for Breakfast Archive

May 3, 2017
Tobin 423

Sandy Petersen on "Sex-specific expression of "muscle proteins" in the developing brain."

April 19, 2017

Daniel Vahaba on "Developmental and estrogenic effects on auditory physiology in juvenile male songbirds."

April 5, 2017
Tobin 423

Mike Henson (Chemical Engineering) on "Multicellular models of circadian rhythms in the SCN"


Mike Henson (Chemical Engineering) on "Multicellular models of circadian rhythms in the SCN"

March 22, 2017
Tobin 423

Andrea Silva-Gotay (Richardson lab) on “The role of sex hormones in myelination and vulnerability to alcohol during adolescent development”


Andrea Silva-Gotay (Richardson lab) on “The role of sex hormones in myelination and vulnerability to alcohol during adolescent development”

March 1, 2017
Tobin 423

Mark Miller (Kinesiology) on Sex differences in musculoskeletal function and hormone treatments after menopause


Mark Miller (Kinesiology) on Sex differences in musculoskeletal function and hormone treatments after menopause

December 14, 2016

Ciaran Shaughnessy will present on "Cortisol influences osmoregulation and thermal tolerance in brook trout during seawater acclimation". 

November 30, 2016

Prakruti Nanda (Bergan lab) will speak on the topic "Vasopressin, Social Stress and Partner Preference in Mice".

October 26, 2016

Alexa Veenema from Boston College will speak on "Regulation of socially rewarding juvenile behaviors: Involvement of vasopressin, oxytocin, and opioids"

October 12, 2016

Tara Dennehy  (Dasgupta lab) will be speaking first, about "When social identity threat becomes chronic: Proposed endocrine and immune consequences".

October 12, 2016

Yoko Yamaguchi (McCormick lab) will be speaking second, on the topic "Autocrine regulation of tilapia prolactin and its modulation by extracellular osmolality".

September 28, 2016

Amanda Krentzel (Remage-Healey lab) will be speaking about "Sex differences in rapid estrogen signaling in the zebra finch forebrain".

September 14, 2016

Eric Bittman will be speaking about "Life in the Fast Lane: A Juiced-up Brain Clock"

April 27, 2016
Tobin 521

Jerry Meyer will be speaking on "Glucocorticoids in Breast Milk: What do We Know and Why Should We Care" 

April 13, 2016
Tobin 521

Nicole Gervais (Lacreuse lab) will be speaking: "Sex differences and aromatase inhibition on cognition and behavior of intact and gonadectomized common marmosets (Callithrix jacchus)"

March 30, 2016
Tobin 521

Catherine de Bournonville (new CNS postdoc) will be speaking

March 2, 2016
Tobin 521

Addison Niemeyer (Bergan lab) will be speaking

February 17, 2016
Tobin 521

Maaya Ikeda (Healey lab) will be speaking

December 9, 2015
French 209

Amanda Krentzel (Healey lab) will be speaking. 

November 18, 2015
French 209

Ajay Kumar (Bittman Lab) will be speaking. 

October 28, 2015
French 209

Joseph Bergan will be speaking on "'Whole-brain mapping of inputs to the social behavior network.'"

October 14, 2015
French 209

Thrandur Bjornsson, from the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences at the University of Gothenburg, will be speaking on the topic: "Leptin function in fish".


http://bioenv.gu.se/english/staff/Bjornsson_Bjorn_Thrandur

September 16, 2015
French 209

Dan Vahaba, Amarylis Velez, Nicole Gervais, Matheus Lima all will introduce the work of the Invited Speakers for the 15th CNS Symposium. 

April 29, 2015
521B Tobin

Melinda Novak

April 8, 2015
521B Tobin
Liz Bertone-Johnson will be speaking, as will Nicole Gervais (postdoc in Agnes Lacreuse’s lab) on “Sleep, hot flashes, and cognition:  establishment of a nonhuman primate model.”

 

March 25, 2015
521B Tobin

Melissa Caras, from NYU, will be visiting Luke Remage-Healey's lab and she has agreed to speak to the group. Her talk title is:  "Hormones and hearing: Insights from a seasonally-breeding songbird"

March 4, 2015
521B Tobin

Sandy Petersen

February 18, 2015

Jerry Meyer

February 4, 2015
521B Tobin
Marc Breedlove from Michigan State University will be visiting, and he will be giving an informal talk on “Prenatal influences on human sexual orientation.”
January 21, 2015
521B Tobin

Lisa Mangiamele, new faculty member at Smith will be presenting.

January 16, 2015
521B Tobin

“Special Hormones for Breakfast,” featuring Nicole Cameron & Suny Binghamton


“Special Hormones for Breakfast,” featuring Nicole Cameron & Suny Binghamton @ 8:30 a.m. on Friday, January 16, 2015

December 10, 2014
521B Tobin

Allison Anacker (Beery Lab) and Ben Pawlisch (Remage-Healey Lab)

November 26, 2014
521B Tobin

CANCELED (To be rescheduled for later date) - Liz Bertone-Johnson and Ben Pawlisch (Remage-Healey Lab)

November 5, 2014
521B Tobin

Amanda Krentzel (Remage-Healey Lab) and Yi-Ling Lu (Richardson Lab)

October 22, 2014
521B Tobin

Joe Bergan and Emily Manoogian (Bittman Lab)

October 8, 2014
521B Tobin

Rolf Karlstrom

September 24, 2014
521B Tobin

Professor Eric Bittman will be showing his clocks movie.

April 23, 2014
319 Morrill II

Maaya Ikeda, a graduate student in the lab of Luke Remage-Healey will be giving a talk entitled: "Norepinephrine signaling in the zebra finch auditory forebrain: in relation to neuroestrogen."

Emily Manoogian, a graduate student in the lab of Eric Bittman will be presenting her talk: "Light-induced PER1 and VIP Expression in Duper and Wild-type Hamsters"

April 9, 2014
319 Morrill II

Amy Ryan, an NSB graduate student from Melinda Novak's lab, will be presenting a talk entitled, "Social learning ability of Rhesus macaques (Macaca mulatta) assessed using a new Three-Object Manipulation task."

March 26, 2014
319 Morrill II

Alexander Suvorov, Assistant Professor from the School of Public Health, will present a talk entitled: "Endocrine disruption by PBDE: Do we find what we look for?"

March 12, 2014
319 Morrill II

Professor Sandy Petersen from the Veterinary and Animal Sciences department will be giving a talk entitled: "CUGBP2 binding protein:  A novel target of AhR and ER".

February 26, 2014
319 Morrill II

Yi-Ling Lu, an NSB graduate student from the Richardson Lab, will be presenting.

December 11, 2013
423 Tobin

Jennifer Tuscher, a graduate student of Dr. Karyn Frick at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, will be in town next week as part of an ongoing collaboration with Dr. Luke Remage-Healey.  She will be giving a talk entitled: "The Role of Brain-Derived E2 in Hippocampal Learning and Memory".  This is an opportunity to learn more about the exciting role of de novo estradiol in cognition.

December 4, 2013
423 Tobin

Ben Pawlisch, a post-doctoral fellow in the laboratory of Dr. Remage-Healey, will be presenting.  

Bethany Jones, a post-doctoral fellow in the laboratory of Dr. Spencer, will also be presenting.

November 20, 2013
423 Tobin

Jason Breves will present "Zebrafish ionocytes: A new model to reveal the embryonic actions of prolactin in vertebrate osmoregulatory epithelia".

Eric Bittman will present "Stress and Clocks: Can they really be separated?".

October 23, 2013
423 Tobin

Four of our graduate students are going to give overviews of four of our speakers for the upcoming CNS Symposium (10/25/13).  

Emily Manoogian will talk about Alexander Kauffman

Matt LaClair will talk about Pauline Maki

John Hernandez will talk about Cheryl Sisk

Dan Vahaba will talk about Robert Denver

October 9, 2013
423 Tobin

School of Public Health Professor Laura Vandenberg will present a talk entitled, "From Hormones to Endocrine Disruptors: Arguments for the Incorporation of Endocrine Principles in Chemical Safety Assessments".

September 25, 2013
423 Tobin

Amarylis Velez-Perez, an NSB graduate student in the laboratory of Dr. Jeff Blaustein, will be presenting.  Her talk is entitled "Brain remodeling in the face of challenge: The role of the hormone milieu during puberty".

May 1, 2013

Dr. Jeffrey Blaustein will be presenting.

April 17, 2013

Matthew LaClair, an NSB student from the Lacreuse Lab, will be presenting.

March 27, 2013

Diane Kelly will be presenting.

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