Gregory Holmes - University of Vermont

Held from 9:30-10:30 in the HIM_Bray Conference Room, 1st floor

Date

03/06/2019

Speaker

Gregory L. Holmes, MD, Chair and Professor, Department of Neurological Sciences

Institution

Larner College of Medicine, University of Vermont

Notes

"Construction and Disruption of Spatial Memory Networks During Development"

Objectives:

  1. To understand the developmental underpinnings of infantile and childhood amnesia. 
  2. To appreciate the evolving concepts of the molecular and cellular bases bases for cognitive impairment following early-life seizures.
  3. To know possible therapeutic interventions for reversing cognitive impairment following early-life seizures.

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                 a. Longwood Neurology Grand Rounds  Activity Number: 527

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