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.
Loyola University Chicago
Fountain of Youth? Probing the "Age" of Neural Stem Cells
Medical University of South Carolina
Hypothalamic Orexin and Conditional Food Seeking
Buffalo Univeristy: State University of New York at Buffalo
The Addicted Synapse: Mechanism of Synaptic Plasticity
University of California, Irvine
Neural Circuits Mediating Reward and Aversion in Nicotine Addiction
University of Florida
Osmotic Dehydration Reveals Oxytocinergic Circuits that Dampen Stress Responsiveness and Promote Social Behavior
The Lemelson Foundation
Re-Imagining the Role of Scientist in Society
Stony Brook University: State University of New York
Cortical Integration of Anticipatory, Gustatory and Olfactory Signals
Champions Oncology Inc.
PDX Models for Improved Translational Research and Preclinical Prediction
The Rushton Lecture Series is made possible by generous contributions from the Program in Neuroscience at FSU, SGA-COGS (NGSA), TMH, VWR & Charles River.