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19/06/2019
      






General informations
19/06/2019
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Hottopic
30/01/2019 10h00
Yamuna MARIANI from Marsicano's lab will give a presentation entitled "Role of striatonigral and striatopallidal CB1 receptors in the physiology of Basal Ganglia."
2019-01-30 10:00:00 2019-01-30 10:30:00 Europe/Paris Yamuna MARIANI 0

Hottopic
30/01/2019 10h30
Nadia DI FRANCO from Revest's lab will give a presentation entitled "CB1 in Down Syndrome: a new potential target"
2019-01-30 10:30:00 2019-01-30 11:15:00 Europe/Paris Nadia DI FRANCO 0


Lieu: Amphi Broca

Principal Investigator, Momentum Laboratory of Molecular Neurobiology,Budapest , Hungary, Hungarian Academy of Sciences - Synaptic junctions are major sites of communication in the brain, where chemical messenger molecules transmit information from presynaptic neurons to their postsynaptic partners.The efficacy of synaptic transmission is not constant in time and space. Instead, its plasticity is a fundamental phenomenon underlying information storage and adaptation to environmental stimuli. Although classical neurotransmitters (such as glutamate and GABA) have well characterized principal roles in mediating basal neurotransmission, emerging evidence has revealed that synapses exploit a plethora of additional messenger molecules integrated into sophisticated signaling pathways to accomplish their complex functions. Thus, the major objective of our laboratory is to identify new signaling systems regulating synaptic transmission and its plasticity. We aspire to delineate the molecular architecture of these novel pathways and to elucidate their physiological roles. Ultimately, this activity is envisaged to help gain a better understanding of synaptic function and reveal new aspects of impaired synaptic activity in brain disorders.


Pour plus de détails: http://www.bordeaux-neurocampus.fr/fr/manifestations-scientifiques/seminaires-2019/istvan-katona.html


Seminars
11/01/2019 11h30
Stefano Palminteri invited by Véronique Deroche-Gamonet
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Lieu: Amphi CGFB

Humans are biased reinforcement learners: evidence from behavioural and neural data

Abstract : The goal of a reinforcement learner is learning what to do so as to maximize future expected reward. A prerequisite to achieve this goal is to learn a action value function, that is an internal estimation of the future expected reward following a given action. In this talk I will present behavioural and neural evidence that humas do not learn this action value function in an objective manner.




Pour plus de détails: http://www.bordeaux-neurocampus.fr/fr/manifestations-scientifiques/seminaires-2019/stefano-palminteri.html


Hottopic
19/12/2018 10h00
Ignacio FERNANDEZ MONCADA from Marsicano's lab will give a presentation entitled "A cannabinoid link between astroglial bioenergetics and brain function?"

Hottopic
19/12/2018 10h30
Sebastien DELCASSO from Beyeler's lab will give a presentation entitled "Anatomical and functional organization of valence circuits in the insular cortex."


General informations
14/12/2018
Demo PrestoCHILL/FlashFREEZE Microm
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This system allows a quick freezing and/or coating of the samples without isopentane and nitrogen, this dmo will take place on Friday 14/12 from 9h30 to 11h30 on the first tage in front of the caftria.