Archived Colloquia

 

For listings and recordings of previous CNBD colloquium series, explore the below! Recording access is restricted to University of Minnesota x500s.

2017-2018: Technological and Computational Innovation in Neurodevelopment

2017-2018: Technological and Computational Innovation in Neurodevelopment

CENTER FOR NEUROBEHAVIORAL DEVELOPMENT
2017-2018 COLLOQUIUM SERIES

Technological and Computational Innovation in Neurodevelopment

Wednesday, October 4th @ 1:00pm-2:00pm
Wilf Family Center Auditorium** 
Special CNBD event in collaboration with the UMN Department of Psychiatry:
Infusing Development in Computational Psychiatry 
A panel discussion with CNBD faculty members
and Joshua A. Gordon, MD, PhD
Director of NIMH (Video of presentation)

Tuesday, November 14th @ 4pm
Objective Measures of Social Interactions via Wearable Cameras
Jim Rehg, PhD
Professor, School of Interactive Computing
Georgia Institute of Technology (Video of presentation)

Tuesday, December 5th @ 4pm
Smart Labs: Using Technology to Advance Developmental Science
Dima Amso, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Cognitive, Linguistic & Psychological Sciences
Brown University

Tuesday, February 13th @ 4pm
Pediatric Population-based Neuroimaging and Autism Spectrum Disorder: A View Over the Full Spectrum
Tonya White, MD, PhD
Associate Professor, Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands (video of presentation)

Tuesday, March 6th @ 4pm
Fetal Neuroimaging and Connectomics
Moriah Thomason, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics
Wayne State University School of Medicine (video of presentation

Tuesday, April 10th @ 4pm
Pediatric Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation: Current and Future Research in CNBD
Co-presentation with CNBD Faculty: (video of presentation)
Bernadette Gillick, PhD, PT
Kathryn Cullen, MD
Christine Conelea, PhD
Suma Jacob, MD, PhD

Tuesday, May 1st @ 4pm
Neuromodulation of Synapse Formation During Brain Development
Yevgenia Kozorovitskiy, PhD
Assistant Professor, Department of Neurobiology
Northwestern University

Tuesday, June 12th @ 4pm
CNBD Seed Grant Awardee Presentations (video of presentation)
Brandon Almy, Institute of Child Development
Lauren Demers, Institute of Child Development
Erin Plummer, Department of Pediatrics
Katie Satrom, Department of Pediatrics

2016-2017: Social Cognition - From Biology to Pathophysiology

2016-2017: Social Cognition - From Biology to Pathophysiology

Tuesday, October 11th @ 4pm
"Social Cognitive Training in Early Psychosis"
Sophia Vinogradov, MD
Department of Psychiatry
University of Minnesota (Video part 1, Video part 2)

Tuesday, November 15th @ 4pm
"Capturing Social Intelligence: A Computational Perspective of Human Navigation and Facial Expressions"
Stephen Guy, PhD
Computer Science and Engineering
University of Minnesota

Tuesday, December 13th @ 4pm
"Motivation and Outcome Prediction as Cognitive Contributors to Social Behavior"
Nicola Grissom, PhD
Department of Psychology
University of Minnesota (Video part 1, Video part 2)

Tuesday, January 31st @ 4pm
"Neuropeptide Hormones and Autism: Results from Local and International Clinical Trials"
Suma Jacob, MD, PhD
Department of Psychiatry
University of Minnesota

Tuesday, February 21st @ 4pm
"Animal Models for Effects of Chronic Intranasal Oxytocin"
Karen Bales, PhD
Department of Psychology
University of California-Davis (Video)

Tuesday, March 21st @ 4pm
"Synaptic Mechanisms for Modulation of Social Behavior"
Gül Dölen, MD, PhD
Department of Neuroscience
John Hopkins University School of Medicine (Video part 1, Video part 2)

Tuesday, April 25th @ 4pm
"Social Processes, Stress and Psychopathology"
Emma Adam, PhD
School of Education and Social Policy
Northwestern University (Video)

2015 - 2016: Future Directions in Neurobehavioral Development

2015 - 2016: Future Directions in Neurobehavioral Development

Tuesday, October 27th @ 4pm
Recent Advances in Newborn Brain Protection
Raghavendra Rao, MD
Department of Pediatrics
University of Minnesota, (Video part 1, Video part 2)

Tuesday, December 1st @ 4pm
Stimulating Controversy, Stimulating the Brain: Pediatric Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation as a Potentially Disruptive Change Agent
Bernadette Gillick, PhD, MS, PT
Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
University of Minnesota

Tuesday, March 8th @ 4pm
Prenatal and Transgenerational Effects of Maternal Stress Across Health Outcomes: From Neighborhoods to Cells
Stacy Drury, MD, PhD
Departments of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Tulane University, (Video part 1, Video part 2)

Tuesday, April 5th @ 4pm
Using the Microbiome for Precision Medicine
Dan Knights, PhD
Departments of Computer Science and Engineering
University of Minnesota (Video)

Tuesday, April 19th @ 4pm
Pathways to New Treatments in Autism Spectrum Disorder
Jeremy Veenstra-VanderWeele, MD
Department of Psychiatry
Columbia University (Video)

Tuesday, May 10th @ 4pm
Monoamine-sensitive Developmental Periods Impacting Emotional and Cognitive Function
Mark Ansorge, PhD
Department of Psychiatry
Columbia University (Video)

Tuesday, June 28th @ 4pm
The Sooner the Better: Evidence-Based Early Detection and Intervention for Cerebral Palsy
Iona Novak, PhD
Head of Research
Cerebral Palsy Alliance
Honorary Professor University of Sydney

Tuesday, July 26th @ 3:00pm
Autism Screening and Early Identification: What's Working, What's Not, and What Data Do We Need
Judith Miller, PhD, MS 
Assistant Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
Clinical Training Director - Center for Autism Research (Video part 1, Video part 2)

Wednesday, August 10th @ 4:30pm
Training Attention in a Closed Loop - Across Species, Disorders and Nations
Jyoti Mishra, PhD
Department of Neurology
University of California San Francisco (Video)

Monday, September 19th @ 10:00am
Advanced brain imaging in infants at risk of CP and children with Cerebral Palsy
Roslyn Boyd, PhD
Professor of Cerebral Palsy and Rehabilitation Research
University of Queensland, Australia (Video part 1, Video part 2)

2014 - 2015: From Categories to Endophenotypes to Dimensions - In Search of Neurodevelopmental Pathways to Disorder

2014 - 2015: From Categories to Endophenotypes to Dimensions - In Search of Neurodevelopmental Pathways to Disorder

Friday, September 12th @ 3:30pm
Matt Mosconi, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Departments of Psychiatry and Pediatrics
University of Texas Southwestern (video part 1video part 2)

Tuesday, Sept 30th @ 4pm
Bruce Cuthbert, Ph.D.
Director, Division of Adult Translational Research
National Institute of Mental Health (video part 1video part 2)

Tuesday, October 14th @ 4pm
Francis S. Y. Lee, M.D., Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Psychiatry
Weill Cornell Medical College (video)

Tuesday, November 11th @ 4pm
Irving Gottesman, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Psychology
University of Minnesota (video)

Tuesday, December 9th @ 4pm
William Iacono, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Psychology
University of Minnesota (video part 1, video part 2)

Tuesday, January 27th @ 4pm
Jed T. Elison, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor, Institute Child Development
University of Minnesota (video)

Tuesday, February 24th @ 4pm
Nathan Fox, Ph.D.
Professor, Dept of Human Development
University of Maryland (video part 1, video part 2)

Tuesday, March 24th @ 4pm
B.J. Casey, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Psychiatry & Neuroscience
Weill Cornell Medical College (video)

Tuesday, April 7th @ 4pm
Mary L. Phillips, M.D.
Professor, Department of Psychiatry
University of Pittsburgh (video)

Tuesday, May 5th @ 4pm
Tyrone Cannon, Ph.D.
Professor, Department of Psychology
Yale University (video part 1, video part 2)

Spring 2014: Global Perspectives on Neurodevelopment

Spring 2014: Global Perspectives on Neurodevelopment

Tuesday, April 8th @ 4pm
How does severe malaria affect the brain? What we've learned in Uganda
Chandy John, M.D., M.S.
University of MN, Department of Pediatrics (video part 1video part 2)

Tuesday, April 22nd @ 4pm
Neuropsychological sequelae of cerebral malaria in Malawi
Margaret Semrud-Clikeman, Ph.D.
University of MN, Department of Pediatrics (video part 1video part 2)

Tuesday, May 13th @ 4pm
Iron deficiency: intervention and neurodevelopment in global populations
Sarah Cusick, Ph.D.
University of MN, Department of Pediatrics
and
Maria Kroupina, Ph.D.
University of MN, Department of Pediatrics (video part 1video part 2)

Tuesday, June 3rd @ 4pm
Attachment representations of adopted young adults: Longitudinal and concurrent associations
Christie Schoenmaker, Ph.D. 
Leiden University, the Netherlands, Centre for Child and Family Studies (video part 1video part 2)

Fall 2013: Imaging in Developing Populations

Fall 2013: Imaging in Developing Populations

Tuesday, Oct 15th
The impact of early environment on functional brain development
Katie Thomas, PhD
University of MN, Institute of Child Development (video part 1video part 2)

Tuesday, Oct 29th 
Imaging white matter in the infant brain: Studies of typical and atypical development
Jed Elison, PhD
University of MN, Institute of Child Development (video)

Tuesday, Nov 12th 
Brain imaging in Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders
Jeff Wozniak, PhD, LP
University of MN, Department of Psychiatry (video part 1video part 2)

Tuesday, Dec 3rd 
Episodic memory in early childhood: Insights from magnetic resonance imaging
Tracy Riggins, PhD
University of Maryland, Department of Psychology (video part 1video part 2)

Tuesday, Dec 17th 
Imaging and development in neurodegenerative disease
Elsa Shapiro, PhD, LP
University of MN, Department of Pediatrics (video part 1video part 2)

2012 - 2013: Sensitive Periods in Development

2012 - 2013: Sensitive Periods in Development

October 9th

Mechanisms of Critical Period Regulation

Teresa Nick, PhD
University of MN, Department of Neuroscience (Video Part 1Video Part 2)

November 6th
Neuroplasticity: When, Where & How Neurons Make Connections

Lorene Lanier, PhD
University of MN, Department of Neuroscience (Video Part 1Video Part 2)

December 11th
Puberty as a Sensitive Period in Threat/Defense Systems

Karina Quevedo, PhD
University of MN, Department of Psychiatry (Video)

February 5th
The Developmental Sequelae of Child Maltreatment: Age of Onset, Chronicity, Severity, Multiple Subtypes, and Implications for Intervention

Dante Cicchetti, PhD
University of MN, Institute of Child Development (Video Part 1Video Part 2)

March 26th
Sensitive Periods in Face Processing

Charles A. Nelson III, PhD
Harvard University, Department of Pediatrics and Neuroscience (Video Part 1Video Part 2)

April 9th
Critical Periods for Nutrients in Brain Development
Michael Georgieff, MD
Sarah Cusick, PhD
University of MN, Department of Pediatrics (Video Part 1Video Part 2)

May 7th
Shaping Neural Circuits: Critical Periods Across Sensory Systems
Takao Hensch, PhD
Harvard University, Department of Neuroscience (Video Part 1Video Part 2)