Past Seminars and Symposiums

Speaker:  Dr. Alaa A. Ahmed from University of Colorado Boulder

Title:  Movement Vigor as a Reflection of Subjective Neuroeconomic Utliity

Spring 2021 CEREBBRAL Symposium

Speaker:  Dr. Allison Schaser from Purdue University

Title:  A new approach toward the development of disease-modifying treatments for synuclein-specific neurodegeneration

Fall 2020 CEREBBRAL Lecture

Speaker:  Dr. Susan South from Purdue University

Title:  Placing Alzheimer's and Related Dementties in a Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology

Fall 2020 CEREBBRAL Lecture

Speaker:  Shirley Rietdyk from Purdue University

Title:  Can Slips, Trips, and Falls be Beneficial?  Information Gained from Locomotor Failures

Fall 2019 CEREBBRAL Member Highlight

Speaker:  Dr. Susan Sangha from Purdue University

Title:  Role of the prefrontal cortex in regulating emotions:  Converging mechanisms across species

Fall 2019 CEREBBRAL Member Highlight

Speaker:  Dr. Sheila Fleming from Northeast Ohio Medical University

Title:  WHAT IF?  WE COULD CURE PARKINSON'S DISEASE

Spring 2019 CEREBBRAL Symposium

Speaker:  Dr. Todd Braver from Washington University, St. Louis

Title: WHAT IF? WE COULD MASTER OUR THOUGHTS?

Spring 2019 CEREBBRAL Symposium

Speaker:  Dr. Mark Latash from Pennsylvania State University

Title: Stability of Action and Perception

Fall 2018 CEREBBRAL Lecture

Speaker:  Dr. Arthur Kramer from Northeastern University

Title: Exercise your brain and Mind

Spring 2018 CEREBBRAL Symposium

Speaker:  Dr. Reza Schadmehr from John Hopkins University

Title: The cerebellum and adaptive control of movements

Spring 2017 CEREBBRAL Symposium

Speaker:  Sebastien Helie, Ph.D.

Title:  A dopamine-based account of cognitive deficits in Parkinson's disease

Fall 2016

Speaker:  Ulrike Dydak, Ph.D.

Title:  Brain GABA levels change with Welding Fume Exposure:  A Longitudinal Neuroimaging Study

Fall 2016

Speaker:  Josh Liddy, Doctoral Student in Health and Kinesiology

Title:  Exploring Mechanisms of Postural Instability using Novel Balance Technology

Fall 2016

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