Population Spike-timing Dependent Plasticity and Synaptic Tagging and Capture in Hippocampal area CA1 presented by Karen Pang, Kumar Lab, National University of Singapore (NUS) More information here.
- Untame: Beyond BoundariesMon Oct 19 2020 - Sun Nov 29 2020
This week’s newsletter has been sent out and can be found here. Note the Zoom talk hosted tomorrow at 10am by Centre for Sleep and Cognition, and the postponement of the Asia-Pacific Society for Neurochemistry meeting to December 14-16.
The latest newsletter has been added to the archive. Please note the following resources for online events: WorldWideNeuro FENS Online Neuroscience events NeuroZoom
A proteome profiling approach uncovers early markers of Alzheimer’s disease linked to neurotoxicity by John Jia En Chua (NUS Physiology). Presented at Neuroscience Singapore 2019 in Session 1 – Generation and degeneration of the nervous system, chaired by Zhang Suchun (Duke-NUS, Singapore). http://medicine.nus.edu.sg/phys/Staff_Fac_Acad_Chua.html
Traumatic brain injury: the patient perspective Jonathan Liu Founder Beyond Broken Brains Twitter: @brokenbrainsco Web: https://www.brokenbrains.sg/ Talk given at Neuroscience Singapore 2019 Friday 26th September https://www.sfn.sg/ns2019-day-one/ Symposium organized by Society for Neuroscience, Singapore Chapter.Introduction by Dr Ajay Mathuru, Yale-NUS.
This week’s newsletter has been sent out and posted here. An e-seminar is being held tomorrow morning (8.30 – 9.30 am) by Professor Schechtman (U Sao Paolo) on Genetic mutations in patients with congenital insensitivity to pain guide development of a new analgesic. Please see the newsletter for details.
Hongyan Wang Professor, Duke-NUS Medical School speaking on Waking up “sleeping” neural stem cells.
Posting this with a delay: Here is the new newsletter. Please note that the talk by Gero Miesenböck (Oxford) that was scheduled for Thursday, March 19 is now cancelled due to the new travel restrictions. Message from the Chapter President: Dear Singapore Brain Researchers, As social-distancing measures have reduced our seminar schedule, we present the . . . read more
This week’s newsletter has been posted (link). Two new events, including one today.
We have decided to announce the newsletters with links to the full version (also available in the Newsletter Archive) instead of posting their content to the website. These announcements will be posted shortly after the newsletter is sent out. The event announcements for weeks 46-49 are below. Please note that the Feb 11 seminar by . . . read more