NIH Systems Neuroscience Seminar Series


The NIH Systems Neuroscience Seminar Series aims to increase the exposure of NIH Neuroscience community to broad topics in Systems Neuroscience, which is focused on understanding the function and structure of neural circuit and systems. We have invited worldwide scientists to present their research on various aspects of Systems Neuroscience, such as neural circuit, computational neuroscience, and neurotechnology. The NIH Systems Neuroscience seminars are open to the entire NIH Community.

Committee Chairs

How to Join

  • Location: Porter Neuroscience Building, 35, Room 640 
  • Remote Access: Zoom (Meeting ID: 161 037 4804; Passcode: 676583)


FDG-PET imaging coupled with corticotropin-releasing hormone stimulation improves localization of pituitary micro-adenomas in Cushing’s disease patients.

2022 - 2023 Schedule

The seminars start at 10:00 a.m., the first Thursday of each month, October 2022 through June 2023.

Date Speaker Host Seminar Title
Oct. 6,  2022

Guohong Cui, MD, PhD


Huaibin Cai, PhD Exploring new strategies for diagnosing and treating Parkinson’s disease
Oct. 20,  2022

Surya Ganguli, PhD

Stanford University

Mark Histed & Barry Richmond tbd
Nov. 3, 2022

Hui Lu PhD

GW School of Medicine

Michelle Antoine, PhD Effects of MeCP2 loss at the level of neural circuits: an approach to understanding Rett syndrome. 
Dec. 1, 2022

Jessica Cardin, PhD

Yale University School of Medicine

Soohyun Lee, PhD tbd
Jan. 5, 2023

Ila Fiete, PhD (Virtual Visit)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Yi Gu, PhD tbd
Feb. 2, 2023

Ann Graybiel, PhD

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Huaibin Cai, PhD tbd
Feb. 9, 2023

Adrienne Fairhall, PhD (Virtual Visit)

University of Washington

Lorna Role, PhD. tbd
Mar. 2, 2023

Alison Barth, PhD

Carnegie Mellon University

Catherine Weisz, PhD tbd
Apr. 6, 2023

Melissa Warden, PhD

Cornell University

Hendrikje Nienborg, PhD tbd
May 4, 2023

Steffen Hage, PhD

University of Tubingen

Yogita Chudasama, PhD tbd
June 1, 2023

Aryn Gittis, PhD

Carnegie Mellon University 

Huaibin Cai, PhD tbd