Webinar Reviews

Our trainees have been reviewing webinars in their given fields and preparing abstracts to help colleagues outside their discipline make an informed choice about watching them. As our program bridges diverse disciplines, these abstracts are beneficial for our own group in helping one another gain key knowledge in each other’s fields. We are happy to share these here for anyone else who may find them helpful.

Click on any link below to learn more about a given webinar.

Causality / AI & Robotics

Causal Reasoning, Counterfactuals, and the Path to AGI

Lectures on Causality: Jonas Peters, Part 1

Personal AI-based robots as lifetime human companions

Cellular Culture / Development

Flow and medium recirculation in microfluidic cell culture

How Can We Make 3D [in vitro] Models More Reproducible?

Mesenchymal stromal or stem cell (MSC) workflow for efficient clinical translation

Webinar Review: Molecular genetic studies of CNS vascular development and disease


Advances in MS-based Single-cell Proteomics

An evolutionary mystery: Mirror asymmetry in life and space

Highly Multiplexed Targeted Proteomics Acquisition on a TIM-Q-TOF


ADHD and How Anyone Can Improve Their Focus

Decoding distinct attention and working memory states from human EEG

Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension Research

Forgetting to Remember, Remembering to Forget: A Neuropsychiatrist Thinks about Memory

The glymphatic system

How do Astrocytes Regulate Neural Function in Health and Disease?

Neural Basis for Skilled Movements

Sex differences and structural brain development during puberty

The Role of Astrocytes in Neurodegenerative Disease

What Does A Muscle Sense? Multiscale Interactions Governing Muscle Spindle Sensory Signals

Technological Instruments

Changing the Landscape of Mass Detection in the Chromatography Lab

Influence of Motion and Physiological noise on fMRI: QC, solutions, and challenges

Label free molecular imaging with spins, a path to high resolution through learned subspaces

The Mechanical Properties of the Hippocampus (Imaging)

Using EEG to Evaluate the Behavioral Effects of Benzodiazepines in Rhesus Monkeys

Professional Development

Don’t Write Like a Scientist

How to Write Abstracts that Capture Your Audience