May 01, 2014
from 12:30 PM to 01:30 PM
|Contact Name||Denise Kenney|
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Dennis Sparta from Stuber lab will become an Assistant Professor at University of Maryland and will talk about a specific neural mechanism within the mPFC that operates during the formation and extinction of conditioned behaviors.
Vivian Gama from Deshmukh lab has recently received the Pathway to Independence Award (K99/R00) from NIH/NCI and she will discuss her studies on the identification of PARC/Cul9 as an E3 ligase targeting the pro-apoptotic protein cytochrome c for degradation in neurons and brain tumor cells to ensure their optimal long-term survival.
Dennis Sparta, PhD
"Activation of Prefrontal Cortical Parvalbumin Interneurons Facilitates Extinction of Reward-seeking Behavior"
Vivian Gama, PhD
“PARC/Cul9 Promotes Neuronal Survival after Mitochondrial Damage”