Contact Information

Contact: Nancy Leotta
SUNY Medical University
Department of Neuroscience
and Physiology
750 E. Adams St.,
Syracuse, NY 13210
Phone: 315-464-7752
Fax: 315-464-7712

Symposium Schedule

June 17, 2011
8:15 AM Opening – Steven Goodman, PhD, Dean of Graduate Studies and Vice President for Research
Introductions – Eric Olson, PhD, Neuroscience & Physiology
8:30 AM Bertil Hille, PhD, University of Washington
Dissecting the kinetics of phosphoinositide metabolism and signaling using FRET, translocation and ion channels
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9:15 AM Jin Zhang, PhD, Johns Hopkins University
Dynamic Visualization of Kinase Activities and Second Messenger Dynamics
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10:00 AM Coffee break
Introductions – Peter Calvert, PhD, Ophthalmology
10:15 AM Peter Calvert, PhD, Upstate Medical University
Dynamics of protein access to retinal photoreceptor signaling compartments probed by confocal and multiphoton imaging
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11:00 AM Thomas Planchon, PhD, HHMI Janelia Farm
Rapid three-dimensional isotropic imaging of living cells using Bessel beam plane illumination
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11:45 AM Johannes Seelig, PhD, HHMI Janelia Farm
Two-photon calcium imaging in drosophila during visually guided behavior
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12:30 PM Dinosaur BBQ Lunch – 9th floor dining room
Introductions – Eric Olson, PhD, Neuroscience & Physiology
2:00 PM Ania Majewska, PhD, University of Rochester
Synapses and microglia: dynamic interactions in the healthy brain
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2:45 PM Joe Fetcho, PhD, Cornell University
A ground plan for networks in the hindbrain
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3:30 PM Coffee break
Introductions – Dan Ts’o, PhD, Neurosurgery
3:45 PM David Williams, PhD, University of Rochester
Fluorescence Microscopy of the Retina in the Living Eye
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4:30 PM Clay Reid, MD, PhD, Harvard Medical University
Functional and structural imaging of a cortical circuit
5:15 PM Closing – Barry Knox, PhD
Professor and Chair, Neuroscience & Physiology