[PAST EVENT] Fall Seminar: Martyn Goulding (Salk Institute for Biological Studies)

October 30, 2015
Tucker Hall, 127A
350 James Blair Dr
Williamsburg, VA 23185Map this location
All are welcome to enjoy coffee and tea with the guest speaker at 3:45 pm in Tucker 127A; Seminar begins at 4. This seminar is co-hosted with Applied Science.

Dr. Goulding's research focuses on the development and functioning of neuronal circuits in the mammalian spinal cord, particularly on the spinal circuits that control movement, protective reflexes and posture. Not only are these circuits important for movement disorders such as spinal cord injury and Parkinson's Disease, but they also provide neuroscientists with an ideal model system to explore how the nervous system generates complex behaviors.

[[cdeln,Christopher Del Negro]] or [[masaha,Margaret Saha]]