Séminaires 2019
    • Thursday January 10th 2019 - Amphithéâtre Schutzenberger
      Nicholas Foulkes from Heidelberg
      "Evolution without the Sun: Circadian Clocks and DNA repair in Blind Cavefish“
    • Thursday February 28th 2019 - Amphithéâtre Holweck
      Dr. Anat Arzi
      "Processing and learning under loss of consciousness: sleep and disorders of consciousness".
    • Thursday March 28th 2019 - Amphithéâtre Boreau
      Dr. François Leulier from ENS Lyon
      Host-Microbiota Mutualism upon Chronic Undernutrition: Lessons from gnotobiotic animal models
    • Thursday 25th of April 2019 - Amphithéâtre Charpak
      Dr. Gabrielle Girardeau from Institut du Fer-a-Moulin in Paris
      Neural mechanisms of memory consolidation during sleep
    • Thursday May 23rd 2019 - Amphithéâtre Charpak
      Pr. Alain Berthoz from Collège de France
      Plasticity or vicarious learning? The multiplicity of cognitivestrategies, diagnostic paradigms, and neurological or psychiatric deficitscompensation
    • Thursday June 13th 2019 - Amphithéâtre Charpak
      Iva Zovkic from University of Toronto
      Untangling the role of histone variants in memory
    • Monday 16th of September 2019 - Amphithéâtre Boreau
      Adrien PEYRACHE from McGill university
      A link between dynamics and function in the brain’s navigation system
    • Thursday 21th of November 2019 - Amphi Boreau
      Stefano Palminteri from ENS
      The construction and deconstruction of irrational preference through range adapting reinforcement learning
Séminaires 2018
    • Friday 17 January 2018 - 11H00 - Amphitheater XXX

Stéphane Valerio (INSERM U1215 - University of Bordeaux)
To be announced

    • Friday 23 February 2018 - 11H00 - Amphitheater XXX

James Hodge (School of Physiology - Pharmacology and Neuroscience - University of Bristol - United Kingdom)
The small but tractable Drosophila brain: from basic mechanisms to modelling disease

    • Monday, July 9th at 14:30 PM - Amphithéâtre Schutzenberger

Dr Frank Hirth ( Reader in Evolutionary Neuroscience, King’s College London - Royaume-Uni)
From stem cells to behaviour: neural mechanisms and computations of action selection in Drosophila

    • Thursday, December 20th at 1PM - Amphithéâtre Schutzenberger

Pr. Stefanie Schirmeier (Institute for Neuro- and Behavioral Biology, University of Münster, Germany)
Metabolic fluxes in the Drosophila nervous system



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