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Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy News & Events

The Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy holds regular educational events for faculty, staff and students, including:

Past Special Events

Neuroscience Retreat and Research Day

May 16, 2018, 8:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Queen Lane Campus, SAC A and B

View program agenda [PDF]

Sessions:

  • Circuits and Behavior
  • Development and Plasticity
  • Injury and Repair
  • Pathology of the Nervous System

Sponsored by:

  • Department of Neurobiology & Anatomy
  • Office of the Vice Dean for Research

Learn more:

Contact Denise Garcia at adg82@drexel.edu or Kathleen Golden at kg35@drexel.edu for more information.


Advanced Cell Symposium on the Mechanisms of Neuronal Polarity

Thursday, March 8, 1 – 2:30 p.m.
Neurobiology and Anatomy Department seminar room (#276) at Queen Lane

Symposium on the mechanisms of neuronal polarity: How does a neuron generate one axon and many dendrites from seemingly identical neurites?

Speakers are students in the Advanced Cellular Neuroscience class. Here is a list of the speakers and their subtopics:

  • Sara Blazejewski: Process of neurite initiation
  • Silvia Fernandes: Role of actin in neuronal polarity
  • Lauren Plyler: Role of cytosolic flow and organelle trafficking in neuronal polarity
  • Jaki DeFinis: Role of the centrosome and golgi in neuronal polarity
  • Philip Yates: Role of microtubules in neuronal polarity

Everyone is welcome to attend!

Advanced Cell Symposium on the Mechanisms of Neuronal Polarity

 
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Enlarged neuronet, glassy texture.