Journal Club name: Small Model Systems (SMS) Journal Club
Research focus: Papers discussed will involve worm, fly, and zebrafish (and other small models).
Faculty Sponsor: Dr. Jini Naidoo
Contact: Sarah Ly (email@example.com);
Shachee Doshi (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Reach out to get on the listserv!
Meeting days & time: Every other Tuesday for Spring 2017 - 1/31, 2/14, 2/28, 3/14, 3/28, 4/11, 4/25, 5/9, 5/23
Meeting place:Barchi Library (140 John Morgan)
Journal Club name: Tramautic Brain Injury (TBI)
Research focus: Cellular pathphysiology and biomechanical disruption of neural circuits after traumatic brain injury
Contact: Marzieh Memar (email@example.com)
Meeting days & time: 3rd Thursday of each month; 9:30am-10:30am
Meeting place: Levine Hall Room 307 (tentative)
Journal Club name: F.M. Kirby Center Research Club
Research focus: Retinal and macular degeneration, retinal differentiation, retinal physiology, genetic basis of retinal disease, gene therapy for ocular disease
Contact: Jean Bennett (firstname.lastname@example.org; 215-898-0915)
Meeting days & time: Will reconvene in Fall 2017.
Meeting place: 301 Stellar-Chance Labs
Journal Club name: Neuroinflammation and Neurovirology
Research focus: Molecular and Cellular pathways to neurodegeneration in response to Viral Infection or inflammation: Roles for astrocytes, neurons and microglia.
Contact: Kelly Jordan-Sciutto (email@example.com); 215-898-4196
Meeting days & time: Thursday, 4 pm
Meeting place: 1412 BRB Tentative. (Please contact Kelly Jordan-Sciutto for exact locations each week)
Food sometimes served
Journal Club Name: Social Neuroscience
Research focus: Neuroscience of decision-making and social behavior.
Contact: Katie Caulfield (firstname.lastname@example.org); Joe Kable (email@example.com)
Dates/Times: Fourth Friday of the Month; 2:00 pm
Meeting Place: Richards Labs B404 (3700 Hamilton Walk)
Journal Club Name:Center for Neurobiology and Behavior ( CNB) Journal Club
Research focus:This journal club covers a wide range of behavioral neuroscience topics, but is primarily focused on psychiatric disorders, ranging from drug addiction to schizophrenia. This journal club is attended by students, post docs, and PIs with diverse research interests.
Interests:Drug addiction, depression, schizophrenia, energy balance, stress, anxiety, sleep, etc.
Contacts: Nicole Hernandez (firstname.lastname@example.org; contact Nicole to join emailing list).
Meeting days & time: Every other Thursday; 4-5pm. First meeting for Spring 2017 will be Feb 16th.
Meeting place: TRL, First floor conference room (TRL 124).
Journal Club Name: Complex Scene Perception Journal Club.
Research focus: This journal club discusses papers and research related to perception, from the perspective of engineering, neuroscience, and psychology.
Contact: David Brainard (email@example.com)
Meetings days & time: Wednesdays from 12-1.
Meeting place: 4 Goddard Seminar Room, 4th Floor Goddard Labs, 3710 Hamilton Walk
Journal Club Name:Neuroengineering JC
Interests:Topics at the interface of biomedical/electrical engineering and neuroscience, as well as relevant topics in translational neuroscience research.
Contacts: Srihari Sritharan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Meeting days & time: TBD
Meeting place: Barchi Library
Journal Club name:Ion Channel Journal Club
Research focus:The Ion Channel Journal Club is devoted to critically reviewing and discussing recent papers in the ion channel field. It includes a wide range of ion channel topics from basic biophysics and physiology to cell biology, molecular biology, neuroscience and clinical applications. It is widely attended by faculty, students, and postdocs from departments of Physiology, Pathology, Neuroscience, Pharmacology, Biochemistry & Biophysics, Psychiatry, from institutes such as IHGT, CHOP, HUP and IME, and from Jefferson, Temple, and Drexel Universities. Given the fact that here at Penn we have some of the experts in the field working on K channels, Na channels, Cl channels, IP3 receptor channels, Ca channels, neurotransmitter receptor channels, we have the distinctly unique opportunity for a high level of stimulating discussion.
Interests:All aspects of ion channels, including biophysics (electrophysiology), structure of ion channels, molecular biology, physiological roles, channelopathies, sensory transduction, thermosensing, nociception, regulation by lipids, Ca2+, and other physiological modulators. The channels discussed include ligand-gated channels, voltage-gated channels, and mechanosensitive channels, those at the plasma membrane of cells, as well as those lurking in intracellular organelles.
Contact:Carol Deutsch (email@example.com)
Meeting days & time: 9:30-10:30am Thursdays
Meeting place: CRB 702