Baltimore Brain Series - Join Us on April 13th!
Baltimore Brain Series Seminar
April 13, 12pm – 1pm
The Baltimore Brain Series (BBS) is a multi-institutional talk series coordinated between the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the University of Maryland-Baltimore, and Johns Hopkins University, in which postdoctoral fellows and graduate students are competitively selected to present their research in neuroscience at one of the partnering institutions.
We aim to provide a collegial setting for extraordinary early career researchers to showcase their work and receive constructive feedback, as well as to foster inter-institutional collaborations within the Greater Baltimore Area neuroscience community.
UMB is excited to host the next seminar on April 13 at 12pm with Speakers:
Garima Shah, Johns Hopkins University
“Coding of anxiety states by coordinated neural ensembles in the mPFC”
Zak Brodnik, National Institute of Drug Abuse
“Combinatorial dopamine and GABA neurons in the zona incerta gate the expression of active threat response behavior”
After the talks, the audience will have the opportunity to stick around for an informal discussion.