Research Seminars

November 2019

Robert Sanders, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor

Department of Anesthesiology

University of Wisconsin

 

“Anesthesia, Predictive Coding & Sensory Disconnection”

Yumiko Ishizawa, MD, MPH, PhD

CSRB - North Tower Addition, Conference Room 401

Assistant Professor

Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care & Pain Medicine

Massachusetts General Hospital

Harvard Medical School

 

“Dynamics of Anesthetic-Induced Loss and Return of Consciousness in the Primate Brain”

Elyssa B. Margolis, PhD

CSRB - North Tower Addition, Conference Room 401

Associate Professor

Department of Neurology

UCSF

“A Pain Selective Target for Opioid Analgesia”

January 2020

Mary Kay Lobo, PhD

CSRB - North Tower Addition, Conference Room 401

Associate Professor

Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology

University of Maryland School of Medicine

“Molecular and Neuron Subtype Mechanisms of Disrupted Motivation”

Andrea G. Hohmann, PhD

CSRB-NTA 401

Linda and Jack Gill Chair of Neuroscience

Professor, Department of Psychological & Brain Science

Indiana University

“Medical Marijuana and the Endocannabinoid System:  Genuine Analgesics or Just Blowing Smoke?”

Guillaume Sandoz, PhD

CSRB - North Tower Addition, Conference Room 401

Biology of Ion Channels

Laboratoire d’Excellence ICST

Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis

 

“Optical Probing and Optogenetic of TREK Channels Physiology”

Sean C. Mackey, MD, PhD

CSRB-NTA 401

Redlich Professor, Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative and Pain Medicine

Chief, Division of Pain Medicine

Director, Systems Neuroscience and Pain Lab

Stanford University School of Medicine

 

“Brain Based Biomarkers for Pain:  Scientific, Legal and Ethical Issues”

February 2020

Nicola M. Grissom, PhD

CSRB-NTA 401

Assistant Professor

Department of Psychology

University of Minnesota

 

“Let Me Try That Again:  Reward learning, decision making, and modeling neuropsychiatric disorders across sexes”

Valerie E. M. Griffeth, MD, PhD

CSRB - North Tower Addition, Conference Room 401

Clinical Associate

Department of Emergency Medicine

Oregon Health and Sciences University

 

“A Case Control Study of Double Sequential Defibrillation for Refractory / Recurrent VF”