Beckman Institute Calendar
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Retinoic Acid Signaling in Synaptic Plasticity, Learning and Fragile-X Syndrome
Dr. King Li, "Molecular Theranostics: An Imager's Perspective" Carle Illinois College of Medicine
Join Travis Ross for an overview of the Visualization Laboratory (Vis Lab). A light lunch will be provided. Josh Gibson, a.k.a. @DrStrangeAnt, will talk about how the high-speed camera in the Vis Lab gives him a better look at his research. Following the talk, you are invited to the Vis Lab Photography Suite for a hands-on demo.
Optimal neural coding: Evolution meets information theory
Andres Coila, "Two Regularization Strategies for Improving Ultrasonic Attenuation Imaging"
David Fletcher Trio
Mobile Assessment of Cognition and Health across the Lifespan
Discovering Mechanisms of Epileptic Encephalopathy
Andres Coila, "Two regularization strategies for improving ultrasonic attenuation imaging"
Kiaran McGee, Mayo Clinic
NPR Science Correspondent Richard Harris will be giving a talk at Spurlock Museum at 4PM on Thursday, October 19. He will be at Beckman preceding his talk from 1-2:30 for a meet and greet with refreshments in room 4269.
Richard Harris, Correspondent, Science Desk, National Public Rad
Liz Neeley, Executive Director of Story Collider.
Taught by Prof. Kara Federmeier This workshop will cover the basics of how EEG/ERPs are used to study cognitive processes and neural functioning. The morning session is designed to be accessible even to those with no background on the technique, while also providing a good refresher on basic principles for those who have some prior experience.
Mental and Physical (MAP) Training: A Neurogenesis-Inspired Intervention that Combines Meditation and Aerobic Exercise to Enhance Health in Humans
Tony Podkowa, "Steered Receive Aperture Beamforming for Pulse Echo Sound Speed Tomography"
Professor Liang Gao
Dr. Sarah Allison, Division of Animal Resources Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine: Animals in Biomedical Research
Si On Yoon, "The Use of Audience Design and the Role of Memory in Conversation: Evidence from Amnesia and Older Adults"