Features presentations by prominent neuroscientists on contemporary topics, and provides the graduate students with formal and informal interactions with these internationally recognized scholars. The Rushton Lecture series is named for neuroscientist W. A. H. Rushton (1901-1980), professor at the University of Cambridge before his "retirement" to Florida State University, who is renowned for his work in neuronal excitation and vision.
University of California at Berkeley
Inventing and Using Photochemical Tools for Controlling Neurons with Light
University of North carolina School of Medicine
Dissecting the Neural Circuitry that Mediates Reward and Aversion
University at Buffalo, SUNY
Cocaine-Induced Neuroplasticity: How GTPases Mediate Drug Addiction
University of Virginia School of Medicine
C1 Neurons: The Brain's EMTs
The Scripps Research Institute
Genetic Control of Memory Circuits
The Rushton Lecture Series is made possible by generous contributions from the Program in Neuroscience at FSU, SGA-COGS (NGSA), TMH, VWR & Charles River.