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FY2013 Schizophrenia Seminar Series

FALL 2012 - SPRING 2013  (See current series)

Wednesdays | 3 PM | Meyer 1-191 | The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Each lecture is preceded by a short presentation by a young scientist.

Sept 5

Michela Gallagher, Ph.D.

Short Talk: Kristen Rahn

Johns Hopkins University
Krieger-Eisenhower Professor
Facing the challenge of animal models for schizophrenia
Oct 3

Godfrey Pearlson, M.D.

Short Talk:
Mark Varvaris
Yale University School of Medicine, Professor of Psychiatry & Neurobiology, Yale University School of Medicine, and Director, Olin Neuropsychiatry Research Center, Institute of LivingUpdates from the Multi-site BSNIP psychosis study
Nov 7
CANCELLED due to Weather

Lisa Dixon, M.D., M.P.H.

Short Talk: Yoichiro Takayanagi

Professor of Psychiatry (pending), Department of Psychiatry, Columbia University
Director, Center for Practice Innovations,
New York State Psychiatric Institute
Challenges in Implementing Evidence-Based Practices for Person with Schizophrenia
Dec 12

Robert McCarley, M.D.

Short Talk:
Sarah Tighe

Professor and Chair, Harvard Department of Psychiatry, VA Boston Healthcare SystemKey brain vibes: Gamma band oscillations in schizophrenia and in a mouse model
Jan 9

Nicholas Katsanis, Ph.D.

Short Talk:
Eunchai Kang

Director, Center for Human Disease Modeling
Professor of Cell Biology
Brumley Distinguished Professor of Pediatrics
Duke University
Modeling the Morbid Human Genome
Feb 6Ty Cannon, Ph.D.

Short Talk:
Yoichiro Takayanagi

Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry, Yale UniversityDevelopmental disruptions in neural connectivity in the pathophysiology of schizophrenia
April 3

 Mikhail Pletnikov, M.D., Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Neuroscience and Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology
Director, Laboratory of Behavioral neurobiology and Neuroimmunology
Director, Brain Science Institute Behavioral Core
Johns Hopkins University
Modelling complex interactions between etiologically-related factors over the lifetime trajectory of schizophrenia
May 1Robert Yolken, M.D.Johns Hopkins University