Past Events

[Seminar] Quantum ferrofluids flex their muscles by Professor Nicholas Parker

2019-02-20
C015, LevelC, Lab1

Title: Quantum ferrofluids flex their muscles

Speaker: Professor Nick Parker

Affiliation: Newcastle University

[PhD Thesis Presentation] -Haytham Mohamed Aly Mohamed- Post-transcriptional Regulation of Circadian Rhythm: Involvement of the CCR4-NOT Complex

2019-02-20
B700, LevelB, Lab3

Thesis Public Presentation

Presenter: Haytham Mohamed Aly Mohamed

Title: Post-transcriptional Regulation of Circadian Rhythm: Involvement of the CCR4-NOT Complex

Date&Time: February 20th, 9:00-10:00

Venue: B700, Level B, Lab3

[Seminar] Dynamic epitranscriptomic marks; critical regulators of meiosis and the developing brain by Professor Arne Klungland

2019-02-19
C015, Level C, Lab1

Title: Dynamic epitranscriptomic marks; critical regulators of meiosis and the developing brain

Speaker: Arne Klungland

Affiliation: Oslo University Hospital and University of Oslo

1st Admissions Workshop 2019

2019-02-12 to 2019-02-14
OIST Main Campus

Selection workshop for students seeking admission to the OIST PhD program in 2019

[Seminar] Cortical Circuits for Odor Coding by Prof. Kevin Franks

2019-02-08
C209, Lavel C, Ctr Bldg

Title: Cortical Circuits for Odor Coding

Speaker: Kevin Franks

Affiliation: Duke University

[Seminar] Genomic origins of Yaponesians, people on Japanese Archipelago by Professor Naruya Saitou

2019-01-31
C700, Level C, Lab3

Title: Genomic origins of Yaponesians, people on Japanese Archipelago

Speaker: Naruya Saitou

Affiliation: National Institute of Genetics

[PhD Thesis Presentation] -Yafei Mao- Whole-genome sequence analysis of the evolutionary history of the reef-building coral genus Acropora (Scleractinia, Cnidaria)

2019-01-31
C700, LevelC, Lab3

Thesis Public Presentation

Presenter: Yafei Mao

Title: Whole-genome sequence analysis of the evolutionary history of the reef-building coral genus Acropora (Scleractinia, Cnidaria)

Date&Time: January 31st, 9:00-10:00

Venue: C700, LevelC, Lab3

[Seminar] A neuron-specific microexon implicated in X-linked dystonia-parkinsonism (XDP) controls subcellular localization of TAF1 by Dr. Jill R. Crittenden

2019-01-23
B700, Level B, Lab3

Title: A neuron-specific microexon implicated in X-linked dystonia-parkinsonism (XDP) controls subcellular localization of TAF1

Speaker: Dr. Jill R. Crittenden

Affiliation: Massachusetts Institute of Technology

[PhD Thesis Presentation] -Nilupaer Abudukeyoumu- Cholinergic interneurons in striatal microcircuit dynamics studied with anatomical, and behaviora l methods

2019-01-22
C209, Level C, Ctr Bldg

Thesis Public Presentation

Presenter: Nilupaer Abudukeyoumu

Title: Cholinergic interneurons in striatal microcircuit  dynamics studied with anatomical, and behaviora l  methods

Date&Time: January 22nd, 13:00-14:00

Venue: C209, Level C, Ctr Bldg

[Seminar] Age-related changes in brain function and connectivity in relation to motor behavior by Dr. Stephan Swinnen

2019-01-17
C210, Lavel C, Ctr Bldg

Title: Age-related changes in brain function and connectivity in relation to motor behavior

Speaker: Dr. Stephan P. Swinnen

Affiliation:  Movement Control & Neuroplasticity Research Group, KU Leuven, Belgium

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