The Boonshoft School of Medicine & The College of Science+Mathematics

2017 Spring Seminar Series

photo of a speaker and audienceThe department hosts a full schedule of seminars every academic year which features prominent researchers in the fields of neuroscience, cell biology and physiology from around the world. Seminars are held on Fridays each Semester, from 2-3 p.m., in 101 NEC - Auditorium, *unless otherwise noted. If you would like additional information, please contact seminar director, Dr. JA Kozak via email at juliusz.kozak@wright.edu

 

 

   

Jan. 6   

Keiichiro Susuki, Ph.D., Assistant Professor

 

Department of Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology

 

Wright State University – Dayton, Ohio

 

The formation and disruption of functional domains in myelinated axons.

   

Jan. 13

Sherif Elbasiouny, Ph.D., P.E., P.Eng., Assistant Professor

 

Department of Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology

  Department of Biomedical, Industrial & Human Factors Engineering
 

Wright State University – Dayton, Ohio

 

"Computer simulations identify a novel drug target for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis treatment."

 

 

Jan. 20 Bradley K. Taylor, Ph.D. - Host: Dr. Keiichiro Susuki 
  Professor, Department of Physiology
  University of Kentucky College of Medicine  – Lexington, KY 
  “Pharmacotherapy for neuropathic pain in a mouse model of multiple sclerosis.”
   

Jan. 26

Jim Olson, Ph.D., Professor

3:00 PM

Director of Research Laboratory and Professor of Emergency Medicine Department of Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology

 

Wright State University – Dayton, Ohio

 

"The good and the bad of cell volume regulation."

   

Feb. 3

Kathy Engisch, Ph.D., Associate Professor 

 

Department of Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology

 

Wright State University – Dayton, Ohio

 

The rich get richer: homeostatic plasticity in cortical cultures.

   
Feb. 24 Nancy Bigley, Ph.D., Professor
  Department of Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology
  Wright State University - Dayton, OH 
 

"M1 and M2 polarized myeloid cells in regulation of inflammation." 

   
Apr. 7

Vera Moiseenkova-Bell, Ph.D. - Host: Dr. JA Kozak 

  Assistant Professor, Department of Physioloy & Biophysics
  Case Western University - Cleveland, OH
 

"Molecular insight into the structure and function of TRPV channels."