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Event Type:  Seminar (This is an NIH Science event)
Title:  Synchrony in Drosophila Melanogaster: from Peripheral Cells to Group Dynamics
Description:  The fly has been classified as a solitary creature with a limited repertoire of social behaviours that include reproductive interactions such as courtship and mating as well as fighting. Recent studies from our lab as well as others have shown that social context modulates individual behaviour and that group level behaviours become evident when patterns of interaction are viewed as networks. I will discuss studies from our lab that define a neuropeptidergic pathway which controls pheromone expression and mediates social modulation of mating frequency. I will also provide an update on our ongoing analysis of social networks in Drosophila.
Series Name:  Scientific Interest Group for Drosophila
Videocast:  Event will not be videocast
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Friday, June 23, 2017   12:00pm - 1:00pm Add To Outlook Calendar     Add To iCal Calendar     Add To Entourage Calendar
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Name:   Proffessor Joel Levine, Ph.D.
Title:   Professor
Organization:   University of Toronto, Mississauga
City/Province:   Toronto, Ontario
Country:   Canada

Organization(s):  Cell Biology and Neurobiology Branch-Section on Neuronal Connectivity

Location:  On the main NIH Campus
Building:  Building 40
Street Address:  40 Convent Drive
City:  Bethesda
State:  Maryland
Zip Code:  20892

Name:   Sophia Hooper
Phone:   301-402-8415
Fax:   301-402-9319
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