Neuroscience Program Seminar

Spring 2017 Seminar Schedule



Amy Arguello

Michigan State University


Neural circuits and reconsolidation mechanisms contributing to drug relapse


Cocaine-use disorders are characterized by repeated relapses to drug-seeking and -taking behavior. Relapse can be triggered by a multitude of stimuli (cues, contexts) that were previously associated with drug use. Our lab utilizes a rodent model of self-administration to understand how specific brain circuits and maladaptive memory processes contribute to drug-seeking behavior. This talk will focus on how current investigations in the lab fit into the historical framework of both the drug reinstatement and memory reconsolidation fields.



Dr. James Galligan


Thursday, March 30rd, 2017 at 12:30pm

Room 1425 BPS


This seminar will originate from Room 1425 BPS

This seminar is also available for viewing in Room 220 Seechia Center, Grand Rapids


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