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KOKORO Seminar #63

Attached File: KOKORO Seminar 63.pdf

Category : Lab Topics Seminars by Invited Speakers

KOKORO Seminar #62

Attached File: KOKORO Seminar 62.pdf

Category : Lab Topics Seminars by Invited Speakers

Symposium at the 42nd Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society

Title
Recent Progress in Gonadal Steroid Action on the Modulation of Multiple Brain Functions and Behaviors.

Chairs
Sonoko Ogawa, University of Tsukuba
Nandini Vasudevan, University of Reading, UK

Program
Sonoko Ogawa, University of Tsukuba
Introduction

Nandini Vasudevan, University of Reading, UK
Non-genomic signaling by estrogens via the G-protein coupled estrogen receptor 1 (GPER1) are important for social behaviours.

Catherine S Woolley, Northwestern University
Latent Sex Differences in Acute Estradiol Modulation of Excitatory Synapses in the Hippocampus

Shinji Tsukahara, Saitama Univ
Sexual differentiation of calbindin neuron in the preoptic area

Kathryn M Lenz, The Ohio State University, USA
Innate immune cells are crucial regulators of hormonally-driven sexual differentiation of brain and motivated behavior

Kazuhiro Sano, University of Tsukuba
The role of estrogen receptors in the regulation of male and female social behaviors.

Category : Lab Topics Seminars by Invited Speakers

Ogawa Lab Research Unit Activity is listed in the University's Web Site on SDGs

Our project on "The social brain: The role of hormones on the formation of social bonding, KIZUNA” as part of the University of Tsukuba Research Unit "Behavioral Neuroscience on the Hormonal Basis of Social Behavior" has been listed in the University's Web Site on "Driving Sustainable Development".

Please read the below for details.
https://www.osi.tsukuba.ac.jp/sdgs/archives/en/effort/r-9
https://www.osi.tsukuba.ac.jp/sdgs/en

Category : Lab Topics Research Highlight

International Collaborative Research Paper with Dr. Anders Ågmo was Published.

Estrogen receptorsαandβin the central amygdala and the ventromedialnucleus of the hypothalamus: Sociosexual behaviors, fear and arousal infemale rats during emotionally challenging events.

Olivia Le Moënea, Mihaela Stavarache, Sonoko Ogawa, Sergei Musatov, Anders Ågmo

Behavioural Brain Research, 367, 128-142.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/30928462

Category : Lab Topics Research Highlight