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May Seminar: Communication Concepts and the First-Year COLL Experience

May 16, 2017 - May 18, 2017

Join CLA Fellows to discuss the development of first-year COLL courses.

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  • May29am - 10am
    Honors Thesis Defense: John Marken
    ISC1 (Integrated Science Center), Room 0280

    Title: "Absolute fluctuation robustness in chemical reaction networks".

    Adviser: Greg Smith

  • May21pm - 2pm
    Honors Thesis Defense: Carly Martin
    ISC3 (Integrated Science Center), Room 0280

    Title: “Unraveling the cellular origins of breathing: Dbx1-derived neurons in the preBotzinger complex of neonatal mice."

    Advisor: Prof. Christopher Del Negro (Applied Science)


  • May31pm - 2pm
    Honors Thesis Defense: Kaitlyn Dorst
    ISC3 (Integrated Science Center), Room 0280

    Title: “The neural basis of breathing rhythm: TRPM4 and TRPC3 ion channels contribute to inspiratory burst generation in Dbx1-derived interneurons of the preBötzinger Complex in mice."

    Advisor: Christopher Del Negro (Applied Science)

  • May410am - 11am
    Honors Thesis Defense: Sonia Dermer
    ISC3 (Integrated Science Center), Room 0280

    Title: “The sodium channel NaV 1.6 is not essential for normal breathing or gasping behavior."

    Advisor: Prof. Christopher Del Negro (Applied Science)

  • May41pm - 2pm
    Honors Thesis Defense: Daniel Borrus
    ISC3 (Integrated Science Center), Room 0280

    Title: "Plateau potential fluctuations and intrinsic membrane noise."

    Advisor: Prof. Greg Smith (Applied Science)

  • May42pm - 3pm
    Honors Thesis Defense: Francis Pham
    ISC3 (Integrated Science Center), Room 3291

    Title: “Optogenetic Studies of the Prebotzinger Complex: Support for the Dbx1 Core Hypothesis.”

    Advisor: Prof. Christopher Del Negro (Applied Science)

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