21 juinMolecular and Neural Architecture of Instinctive Social Behavior in Mice21 juin 2013
Please note the seminar will be in R229 at 11.30am! I hope many of you will take advantage of this great opportunity to hear Professor Dulac speak.
Molecular and Neural Architecture of Instinctive Social Behavior in Mice
Our group studies the molecular architecture of neuronal circuits underlying sex- and species-specific social behaviors in the mouse. We have taken advantage of the molecular and genetic accessibility of the mouse olfactory system to investigate the neuronal logic underlying odorant- and pheromone-mediated signals. Our goal is to understand the basic principles of neuronal circuit function that enable an animal to identify a predator, a potential mate, or a conspecific intruder and to initiate appropriate behavioral responses. We will present recent molecular and electrophysiological data that attempt to uncover the molecular and cellular mechanisms underlying instinctive neural and behavioral responses in the mouse.
Friday, June 21st, 2013 at 11:30 am
Salle des Conferences R229
Centre Universitaire des Saints-Péres
45 rue des Saints-Péres, 75006 Paris
Future seminars (Seminars'website et Université Paris Descartes, UFR Biomédical )
Jul 5 - David Parichy, University of Washington