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Exhibition October 10 – 26, 2014

NEURONS AND OTHER MEMORIES -

work in and around the brain

Curated by Patricia Maurides in collaboration with the Center for the Neural Basis of Cognition

 

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Featuring investigations, translations and reflections by artists and neuroscientists.

Upcoming Events

10-27 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Brain Bag - Berquin Feese & Nicole Rafidi

10-28 11:00am - 12:00pm
Seminar, receptor tyrosine kinase regulation

10-29 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Residents' CPC Series

10-31 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Developmental Brown Bag

10-31 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Pitt Psychology Colloquia

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Listings

O'Brien, Jessica


Title: Graduate Student
Department: Psychology

Office Address: 3137 Sennott Square

Telephone: (412) 624-4500

E-mail:


Obayashi, Machiko


Title: Post-Doctoral Research Associate with Peter Strick
Department: Neurobiology

Office Address: BST3 4079

Telephone: (412) 648-3379

E-mail:


Oberlin, Lauren


Title: Graduate Student with Kirk Erickson
Department: Psychology

Office Address: 3211 Sennott Square

Telephone: (412) 624-4577

E-mail:


Oby, Emily


Title: Post Doc with Aaron Batista
Department: Bioengineering

Office Address: BST3 4074

Telephone: (412) 648-3379

E-mail:


Ocker, Gabriel


Title: Graduate Student
Department: Center for Neuroscience

Office Address: BSTWR E1440

Telephone: (412) 648-3585

E-mail:


Olson, Carl R.



Title: Professor
Department: CNBC

Office Address: MI 115

Telephone: (412) 268-3968

Fax: (412) 268-5060

E-mail:

Website: cnbc.cmu.edu/colson
Research Topics: Executive Control & Memory Spatial Cognition & Attention

Omar, Cyrus


Title: Graduate Student with Jonathan Aldrich
Department: Computer Science

Telephone: (302) 743-1494

E-mail:


Orellana, Josue


Title: Graduate Student
Department: CNBC

Office Address: MI 115P

E-mail:


Oswald, Anne-Marie M.



Title: Assistant Professor
Department: Neuroscience

Office Address: 458 Langley Hall

Telephone: 412-624-1191

E-mail:

Website: www.pitt.edu/~amoswald/
Research Topics: Characterization of Neural Circuits Molecular, Cellular & Synaptic Processes Sensation & Perception

Oudega, Martin



Title: Assistant Professor
Department: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Office Address: W1452 BST

Telephone: 412-383-6575

Fax: 412-383-6575

E-mail:

Research Description: Spinal cord injury and repair.

Website: cnup.neurobio.pitt.edu/people/peopleDetail.aspx?uid=580
Research Topics: Diseases & Disorders Molecular, Cellular & Synaptic Processes