William & Mary

2005 Spring Symposium

Friday April 15, 2005
12:45 PM – 3:30 PM
Little Theatre, in the Campus Center (downstairs)
Refreshments by Aroma’s Coffeehouse starting at 12:45 PM

1:00 PM - William and Mary Faculty Presentations
Dr. Dan Cristol, Department of Biology: "Is the hippocampus involved in bird migration?"
Dr. Josh Burk, Department of Psychology: "The role of NMDA receptors in attention"
Dr. R. Looft-Wilson, Department of Kinesiology: "Cell-to-cell communication and remodeling in blood vessels"

1:45 PM - Coffee Break

2:00 PM - Keynote address
"The Neural Basis and Evolution of a 'Sluggish' Behavior"
Dr. Paul S. Katz
Department of Biology
Georgia State University

3:00 PM - Reception for Dr. Katz and the Faculty Speakers