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Knowable Magazine: Making and breaking connections in the brain

 

Center for Neuroscience Webinar: Maternal Infection and Brain Health

Recorded Webinar can be seen here

 

Identifying Neurodevelopmental Disorders Before Birth with Neuroscience Graduate Group Student Kathryn Prendergast

 

New Insight on Maternal Infections and Neurodevelopmental Disorders

 

The Brain Detectives: UC Davis Neuroscientists Investigate The Brain to Solve The Mysteries of Mental Health

 

UC Davis Center for Neuroscience Gains Presidential Chair

 

Maternal infection may accelerate expression of autism genes

 

Spectrum News: Mock flu triggers changes in brain, behavior of monkeys

 

2019 meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Chicago

Dr. Amy Ryan presented on Social and Cognitive Development in a Nonhuman Primate Model of Maternal Immune Activation

 

2019 UCSF Statewide Psychiatry Resident Research Retreat

Dr. Cameron Carter gave the plenary presentation of a summary of his research, including his work on imaging of neural inflammation for the Conte Center

 

Discovering Curiosity: Brain Puzzles with UC Davis Center for Neuroscience Director Kimberley McAllister

 

2019 meeting of the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society, Cairns, Australia

Drs. Bauman and Van de Water gave presentations on translational models of human neurodevelopmental and neuropsychiatric disease

 

Neuroimmune interactions in neurodevelopment: implications for life-long health

Staci Bilbo, Lurie Center for Autism, presented on May 8, 2019 for the Mind Institute Distinguished Lecturer Series

 

Neural circuitry of cognitive dysfunction in schizophrenia

David Lewis, University of Pittsburgh, presented on March 13, 2019 for the Mind Institute Distinguished Lecturer Series

 

UC Davis experts lead forward-thinking research about how to improve brain health

 

Spectrum News: What the placenta could reveal about autism

 

Early predictors of psychiatric disorders and the ABCD study

Deanna Barch, Washington University, presented on February 13, 2019 for the Mind Institute Distinguished Lecturer Series

 

Cameron Carter: a UC Davis Most-Cited Researcher

 

Spectrum News: Study supports use of eye tracking to study monkey behavior

 

Neurodevelopmental risk factors for Autism

Alan Brown, Columbia University, presented on October 10, 2018 for the Mind Institute Distinguished Lecturer Series

 

Prenatal Origins of Health and Vulnerability

Christopher Coe, University of Wisconsin, presented on September 12, 2018 for the Mind Institute Distinguished Lecturer Series

 

John Rubenstein, UC San Francisco presented on March 22, 2018

Ted Jones History of Neuroscience Lecture, Perspectives in Neuroscience Seminar Series, UC Davis Center for Neuroscience

 

Autism, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder share molecular traits, study finds

 

Spectrum News: Social development remarkably similar in monkeys, people

 

A neural circuit approach to mental illness

Joshua Gordon, National Institute of Mental Health, presented on November 8, 2017 for the Mind Institute Distinguished Lecturer Series

 

Maternal infection and immunity in neurodevelopmental disorders

Urs Meyer, University of Zurich, presented on October 11, 2017 for the Mind Institute Distinguished Lecturer Series

 

Sacramento Bee: It shouldn't take a crisis to address mental illness. There's a better way.

 

Unexpected Relationships Between Autism Genes and Maternal Illness During Pregnancy

Theo Palmer, Stanford University, presented on March 8, 2017 for the Mind Institute Distinguished Lecturer Series

 

Medical Xpress: Immune research advances understanding of autism spectrum disorder

 

Spectrum News: Making autism studies diverse

 

Nutrition and Early Cognitive Development

John Colombo, University of Kansas, presented on October 12, 2016 for the Mind Institute Distinguished Lecturer Series

 

The Conversation: A pregnant woman's immune response could lead to brain disorders in her kids

 

Buzzfeed News: The Worst Part Of Schizophrenia Isn't What You Think It Is

 

Spectrum News: Mom's immune markers flag autism with intellectual disability

 

A 3-hit theory of autism, focusing on prenatal stress and sex differences

Donald Pfaff, The Rockefeller University, presented on April 13, 2016 for the Mind Institute Distinguished Lecturer Series

 

Josh Gordon, Columbia University, presented on April 7, 2016

Perspectives in Neuroscience Seminar Series, UC Davis Center for Neuroscience

 

Huda Akil, University of Michigan presented on March 8, 2016

Ted Jones History of Neuroscience Lecture, Perspectives in Neuroscience Seminar Series, UC Davis Center for Neuroscience

 

The epidemiology of autism: Investigating perinatal risk factors

Lisa Croen, Kaiser Permanente Division of Research, presented on October 14, 2015 for the Mind Institute Distinguished Lecturer Series

 

Spectrum News: Monkey mother's immune response changes her infant's brain

 

Spectrum News: Mother's immunity linked to brain inflammation in monkeys