Neurology Grand Rounds

Grand Rounds 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Center for Neural Circuits and Behavior (CNCB), Large Conference Room
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Can't attend Grand Rounds? Check out the live video stream during the event (when available), or watch a video later.

See the long-term schedule below for 2017

See the schedule for 2016

August 2017 Schedule

Date Title Speaker
8/4 Neuromyotonia
Ludwig Gutmann, MD
Clinical Preofessor, Department of Neurology, Carver College of Medicine, U of Iowa

8/11 Therapeutic Progress in Alzheimer's Disease: What are the Prospects?
Howard Feldman, MD
Professor, Department of Neurosciences, Director of the ADCS, UCSD


8/18 TBA

TBA
8/25 Professor Rounds
TBA


2017 Long-term draft schedule (subject to change)

Date

Topic   

Speaker

Jan 6
Traumatic Brain Injury and Neurodegenerative Processes Alex Hishaw, UAHS
Jan 13
Peri-natal Stroke as a Model for Plasticity in the Developing Human Brian Doris Trauner, UCSD
Jan 20
Neural Stem Cells for Neurological Disease Mark Tuszynski, UCSD
Jan 27
Professor Rounds Kevin Mcgehrin & Adeline Plesiu, UCSD
Feb 3
Advances in Rett Syndrome Jeff Neul, UCSD
Feb 10
Developing Treatment for Neuromuscular Disease Kenneth Fischbeck, NIH
Feb 17
Small Molecule Targeting of Alzheimer's and Tau Molecular Pathology: In Vitro Studies to Early Clinical Trials Frank Longo, Stanford
Feb 24
Neuropathological Underpinnings of Clinical Heterogeneity in Alzheimer's Disease Melissa Murray, Mayo Clinic
Mar 3
Role of ApoE and microRNAs in Alzheimer's Disease Jungsu Kim, Mayo Clinic
Mar 10
The Impact of Whole Exome Sequencing on Neuromuscular Medicine Ericka Simpson, Houston Methodist 
Mar 17 Cell-based Therapies for Stroke Recovery Sean Savitz, UT Houston
Mar 24
Mechanisms of Progression in Neurodegenerative Disease: Spreading Tauopathy Murray Grossman, U Penn
Mar 31
HOLIDAY - NO GR
Apr 7
Integrated Genetic and Genomic Approaches to Dissect Huntington's Disease Pathogenesis William Yang, UCLA
Apr 14
Human Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell (hiPSC) Models in Drug Discovery: Balancing Throughput with Relevance     Anne Bang, Sanford Burnham
Apr 21
Professor Rounds Christine Tjandra & Nathan Gaines, UCSD
Apr 28
NO GR
May 5
Cholinotropic Neurobiology of Alzheimer's Disease: Looking Back to See the Future Elliott Mufson, Barrow Neuro Inst
May 12
Statin Prescriping Adherence and Recurrent Events: A Study of Ischemic Stroke Survivors Karen Albright, UAB
May 19 Cognitive Consequences of Focal Cerebellar Injury Mick Alexander, Harvard
May 26
Swimming Toward a Cure: Epilepsy Research & Drug Discovery in Zebrafish Scott Baraban, UCSF
Jun 2 Remarkable Qualities of the Inner Ear Mechanisms of Hearing Loss in Aging and Alzheimer’s Disease Ebenezer Yamoah, U of Nevada, Reno SOM
Jun
9
Controlling Destiny: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Upheavals in Neuromuscualr Disease Peter Kang, U of Florida
Jun
16
NO GR
Jun
23
Professor Rounds Elizabeth Murphy & Timothy Scheffelin, UCSD
Jun
30
Regulation of Neurotransmitter Receptor Function in Health and Disease Rick Huganir, Johns Hopkins
Jul 7 Mytonic Dystrophy: More Than A Muscle Disease Laurie Gutmann, U Iowa
Jul14 Bridging the Gap Between Synaptic Physiology and Behavior with New Tools to MEasure Large Scale Network Dynamics Peyman Golshani, UCLA
Jul 21 State of the Science:Neurological Disease & Stem Cells-A Realistic MidCourse Appraisal Evan Snyder, UCSD
Jul
28
Professor Rounds Katie Longardner, UCSD
Aug
4
Neuromyotonia Ludwig Gutmann, U Iowa
Aug 11 TBA Shauna Yuan, UCSD
Aug
18


Aug
25
Professor Rounds
Sept
1


Sept
8


Sept
15
NO GR
Sept 22 Professor Rounds
Sept
29
TBA Joseph Jankovic, BCM
Oct 6

Oct 13

Oct 20

Oct 27 Professor Rounds
Nov 3 TBA Hal Blumenfeld, Yale SOM
Nov 10

Nov 17

Nov 24 Professor Rounds
Dec 1

Dec 8

Dec 15

Dec 15

Dec 22 Professor Rounds
Dec 29 HOLIDAY - NO GR