TNP Seminar Series – Circadian- and Sex-dependent Increases in Intravenous Cocaine Self-administration in Npas2 Mutant Mice -and- Astrocyte Molecular Clock Function in the Nucleus Accumbens Is Important for Reward-related Behavior

April 5, 2019

TRANSLATIONAL NEUROSCIENCE PROGRAM SEMINAR SERIES
Sponsored by the Translational Neuroscience Program and Department of Psychiatry

Lauren Depoy, PhD
Postdoctoral Associate

Circadian- and Sex-dependent Increases in Intravenous Cocaine Self-administration in Npas2 Mutant Mice

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Darius Becker-Krail, BS
Graduate Student Researcher

Astrocyte Molecular Clock Function in The Nucleus Accumbens Is Important for Reward-related Behavior

Friday, April 5, 2019
9:00-10:00 AM
16th Floor Conference Room (1695)
Biomedical Science Tower

 

Translational Neuroscience Program

Understanding the Brain
to Improve Mental Health

 

 

 

 

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