Topics in Addiction Seminar

Date 10/10/17 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Presenter(s) Nicholas Graziane, PhD
Location c3860 (Hershey) and video conference to 218 BBH
Description

Nicholas Graziane, PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine, Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, will present Identifying Neural Circuits that Encode Opioid-Associated Contexts.”

Dr. Graziane is a welcome recent addition to the Penn State Addition Community. His research looks to identify the molecular and cellular substrates that mediate a number of devastating brain diseases, including opioid addiction. With his established animal models, he examines changes in synaptic transmission and in intrinsic membrate excitability of neurons and circuits that are thought to control motivation, reward, and affective states.

The talk will be held in room c3860 (Hershey) and video conference to 218 Biobehavioral Health (UP).  The event will be streamed live (available to any location) https://publicmultimedia.hmc.psu.edu/Mediasite/Play/3cbe454771a940a39cfd4b99ceb89df21d

and recorded https://publicmultimedia.hmc.psu.edu/Mediasite/Play/693f2c7144cb414d846ac74b431e8d681d

(The recording will only be available via MediaSite to those with a PS Hershey login, however arrangements may be made for a temporary password if there is interest.)

Light refreshments will be served.

 

 

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