Ogawa Lab was featured in the Nature Spotlight

Spotlight on University of Tsukuba published by the Nature magazine described the Ogawa Lab Research Project.


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Oral and Poster Presentation at the 37th Annual Meeting of the JNS

Neuroscience 204: the 37th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society
September 11 ~ 13, 2014
Pacifico Yokohama

Effects of site-specific knockdown of estrogen receptor beta in the dorsal raphe nucleus on female sexual behavior in mice.
Ogawa, S., Morimoto,C., Sano,K., Nakata,M., Musatov, S., Yamaguchi,N., Sakamoto, T.

Role of gonadal steroids in SNAP-25 expression in neonatal mouse brain.
Sagoshi,S., Manca, P., Ogawa, S.

Functional neuronal organization in the hippocampus and neocortex in a non-spatial, working memory task.
Cho,J., Ogawa, S., Pavlides, C.

Analysis of the effects of oxytocin gene disruption on performance of social discrimination task in male mice using a new social interaction testing system.
Nakata,M., Nagata,K., Ishigaki,T., Sagoshi,S., Ogawa, S.

Analysis of social investigation and social anxiety using a new behavioral testing system for social interaction in mice.
Nagata,K., Miyata,Y., Nakata,M., Ogawa, S.

Category : Lab Topics

The 21st JSBN Meeting in Chichibu

The 21st Meeting of the JSBN Summer Meeting was held as follows.

Date: September 3 ~ 5, 2014
Place: Hotel Miyama, Chichibu, Saitama
Organizer: Dr. Shinji Tsukahara (Saitama University)

Attached File: 21st JSBN Program.pdf

Category : Japanese Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology

ICN2014 Satellite Meeting

Many JSBN members gave talks at the following meeting.

Satellite Meeting, ICN2014
Recent and Future Trends in Neuroendocrinology -from Asia and Oceania to Global-
Novotel Hotel Sydney Manly Pacific
August 16, 2014

Attached File: Satellite Program.pdf

Category : Japanese Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology

Poster Presentation at the ICN/SBN 2014

We presented the following poster at the The International Congress of Neuroendocrinology/Society for Behavioral Neuroendocrinology Meeting, 2014.

Sonoko Ogawa, Kazuhiro Sano, Mariko Nakata, Sergei Musatov, and Shinji Tsukahara
Activation of estrogen receptor α in the medial amygdala during pubertal period is essential for the full expression of male-type social behavior in mice.

August 19, 2014
Hilton Sydney Hotel

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