Join us at Gunn Rotunda in the Stanford Neurosciences Building to learn about the latest cutting-edge, cross-disciplinary brain research, from biochemistry to behavior and beyond
Join the speaker for coffee, cookies, and conversation before the talk, starting at 11:45am.
More than rewarding: how do sound and light cues impact risky decision making and motor impulsivity?
Abstract Coming Soon
Catharine Winstanley, Ph.D.
University of British Coloumbia
My research aims to understand the neurobiological regulation of impulsivity and affective decision making, with the goal of using this knowledge to improve treatments for psychiatric disorders such as problem gambling and drug addiction.
Hosted by - Leili Mortazavi (Deisseroth Lab)
The Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute seminar series brings together the Stanford neuroscience community to discuss cutting-edge, cross-disciplinary brain research, from biochemistry to behavior and beyond.
Topics include new discoveries in fundamental neurobiology; advances in human and translational neuroscience; insights from computational and theoretical neuroscience; and the development of novel research technologies and neuro-engineering breakthroughs.
Unless otherwise noted, seminars are held Thursdays at 12:00 noon PT.