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Tropical Forest responses to climate variability and human land use From stand dynamics to ecosystem services 406 Dr Lynne Kiorpes New York University Neural mechanisms supporting the development of visual perception ID: 779903 Download
edu URL httpwwwcolumbiaedu mc2775 Date of Birth January 6 1977 Present Position Professor IEOR and Mathematics Columbia University Research Interests Graph Theory and Combinatorial Optimization Employment history 20062013 Associate Professor Columbia
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3/30 Dr. Maria Uriarte, Columbia University
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3/30Dr. Maria Uriarte, Columbia UniversityTropical Forest responses to climate variability and human land use: From stand dynamics to ecosystem services4/06Dr. Lynne Kiorpes, New York UniversityNeural mechanisms supporting the development of visual perception4/13Dr. Ning Qian, Columbia UniversityA learning-style theory for understanding autistic behaviors4/20Dr. Elizabeth Bauer, Barnard College, Columbia UniversityExtended amygdala circuits involved in fear learning4/27Dr. Marcus Kronforst, University of ChicagoThe Genetics of Butterfly Mimicry and Migration5/04Dr. Balazs Hangya, Cold Spring Harbor LaboratoryCentral cholinergic neurons are rapidly recruited by reinforcement feedback5/11Dr. Julia Kaltschmidt, Sloan Kettering Institute and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer CenterMolecular Specialization in the Assembly of Presynaptic Inhibitory Synapses
2/02Dr. David Schoppik, New York UniversityAsymmetric Neural Anatomy Underlies Specialized Oculomotor Behavior2/09Dr. Karl Kandler, University of Pittsburgh School of MedicineThe role of spontaneous activity patterns in the formation of precise tonotopIc maps2/18Dr. Susan McLaughlin, Queensborough Community College CUNYPolycystins have discrete patterns of expression in Hydra and may regulate Hydra behaviors2/23Dr. Wei Min, Columbia UniversitySeeing molecular vibrations: chemical imaging for biomedicine3/02Dr. Nathalia Holtzman, Queens College CUNYAnd the beat goes on: Crafting the zebrafish heart3/09Dr. Stephen Shea, Cold Spring Harbor LaboratoryInhibitory circuits for olfaction and audition3/16Dr. Areti Tsimounis, Queensborough Community College CUNYMorphological characterization of supragranular neurons in the primary somatosensory cortex3/23Dr. Vanessa Ruta, Rockefeller UniversityInnate and Adaptive Neural Circuits in Drosophila