CDR Seminars

2017 -2018

Sept 7th - Fei Liu PhD - Role of Dyrk1A in Tau Pathogenesis, Institute Of Basic Research Staten Island

Oct 19th - Tsuneya Ikezu MD, PhD "Recent progress in microglia and exosome mediated progression of Alzheimer's disease", Boston University School Of Medicine.

Nov 16th - Shawn Ferguson PhD - "Lysosme function, Dysfunction and Neurodegenerative Disease", Yale University School of Medicine

Nov 30th - Keith Vossel MD - "Epileptic activity in Alzheimer's Disease: Causes and Clinical Relevance, University Of Minnesota.

Jan 18th - Khalil Saadipor PhD "Pathological consequences of p75 neurotrophin receptor expression in the brain”, New York University School Of Medicine

Feb 22nd - Ottavio Arancio MD, PhD -" Rearranging the puzzle: a new view on Alzheimer's disease pathogenesis", Columbia University

April 5th - Arjun Masurkar MD, PhD - "Hippocampal CA1 circuit heterogeneity through space and time", New York University School Of Medicine

April 26 - Jayeeta Basu PhD - "Circuit Mechanisms underlying plasticity of Hippocampal representations", New York University School Of Medicine

May 24th - Carmela Abraham PhD - "The aging suppressor and cognitive enhancer klotho: A novel therapeutic target for Neurodegenerative diseases", Boston University School of Medicine

May 31st - George Huntley PhD - "Early and persistent effects of Parkinson's Disease-linked LRRK2-G2019S mutation on striatal synaptic circuit function and plasticity", Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

June 21st - Javier Pancheco-Quinto PhD - " New insights on Alzheimer’s disease; lessons from Aβ catabolism", Biomedical Research Institute of New Jersey

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