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5th Annual Conte Center Symposium

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Symposium Speakers and Conte Investigators at the event. Front row (L-R): Patricia Gaspar and Elizabeth Hammock. Back row (L-R): Andrew Holmes, Pat Levitt, Mark Ansorge, Randy Blakely, Evan Deneris, Rick Lin, Mark Wallace and Ronald Emeson.

Photo courtesy of Anne Rayner, Vanderbilt Office of News & Communications.

For more pictures from the event, see our slideshow below.

The Younger Games: Serotonin Science Comes of Age
The Fifth Annual Symposium and Poster Session for the Silvio O. Conte Neuroscience Research Center at Vanderbilt University was held November 5, 2012.

Pat Gaspar, M.D., Ph.D.
More Than Meets the Eye: Probing the heterogeneity of raphe neurons with multiscale analysis of single cells
Paris, France

Elizabeth Hammock, Ph.D.
No Milk For You: Early weaning in mice induces long term changes in anxiety-like behavior and the serotonin system
Vanderbilt University
Nashville, TN

Mark Ansorge, Ph.D.
Childish Behavior: Monoamine neurotransmitter signaling during development-impact on brain maturation and behavior
Columbia University Medical Center
New York, NY

Rick C.S. Lin, Ph.D.
Getting It Just Right: Early life dysregulation of serotonin alters cortical network function
The University of Mississippi Medical Center
Jackson, MS

Andrew Holmes, Ph.D.
Molecules of the Mind: Serotonergic modulation of frontostriatal executive function
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcohol
Bethesda, MD

Symposium Photo Gallery

Photographs courtesy of Anne Rayner, Vanderbilt University Medical Center's Office of News & Communications.