Anderson Stuart Seminars

Jointly presented by the Disciplines of Physiology and Anatomy & Histology,
School of Medical Sciences as part of the Bosch Institute Seminar Program

Next Seminar


1pm Apr 17 2015 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Lessons on brain evo-devo from pouch-young marsupials
Dr Rodrigo Suarez
Queensland Brain Institute

Seminars 2015

Seminar list

Anderson Stuart Seminar list

3pm Mar 20 2015 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Light sheet microscopy of cleared brains, embryos, flies and tumors
Prof. Hans-Ulrich Dodt
Centre for Brain Reserach, Medical University of Vienna

1pm Mar 27 2015 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Regulating Ocular Lens Cell Behaviour: It's not all positive!
Prof Frank Lovicu
Anatomy & Histology, Bosch Institute

1pm Apr 17 2015 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Lessons on brain evo-devo from pouch-young marsupials
Dr Rodrigo Suarez
Queensland Brain Institute

1pm Apr 24 2015 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
How does the brain generate coordinated cardiovascular and respiratory changes associated with defensive behavior and exercise?
Prof Roger Dampney
Physiology, Bosch Institute

1pm May 1 2015 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
How do Nutrient-sensing receptors work?
Prof Arthur Conigrave
School of Molecular Bioscience

1pm May 8 2015 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
TBA
Dr Atomu Sawatari
Physiology, Bosch Institute

1pm May 15 2015 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Emergence of Binaural and Spatial Hearing in Bilateral Cochlear Implant Users
Dr Ruth Litovsky
University of Wisconsin-Madison

1pm May 22 2015 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
So near, yet so far: why did Henry Dale fail to recognise chemical neurotransmission in 1914?
Dr Jack Carmody
Physiology

1pm May 29 2015 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Neural connectivity in the human motor system
Dr Tjeerd Boonstra
Black Dog Institute

1pm Jun 5 2015 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
TBA
Prof Pankaj Sah
The Queensland Brain Institute

1pm Jun 12 2015 -- Anderson Stuart Building, Room N248
Labtutor - electronic platform for practical classes
Drs Isabel Arnaiz, Sharon Herkes & Dane King
Physiology, School of Medical Science

Finding us

The Anderson Stuart Building is on the main (Camperdown) campus of the
University of Sydney. Road access is from Manning Rd, reached from City or Parramatta roads.
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Other seminar programmes

Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology Seminar Series, UNSW