• Andrew Holmes, Ph.D., National Institute on Alcohol and Alcoholism, " Deciphering neural circuits to develop new anti-anxiety medications"
    April 24 4:00pm
    Abstract: Trauma-related and anxiety disorders are the most prevalent group of psychiatric diseases, and there is growing medical need to improve on the effectiveness and the side effect profile of existing anti-anxiety drugs.  Many years of preclinical pharmacological research has generated a huge amount of data and has led to numerous cli more »
  • Department of Statistics Colloquium Series
    April 24 4:00pm
    Speaker:  Assistant Professor Nikolay Bliznyuk, Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, University of Florida Where:  Maple Room, Indiana Memorial Union When:  Monday, April 24, 2017 4:00 PM Title:  An Hierarchical Bayesian Spatio-Temporal Model for Multi-Pathogen Transmission of Hand, Foot, and Mou more »
  • Andrew Holmes, Ph.D. - Laboratory Chief, Laboratory of Behavioral and Genomic Neuroscience, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Rockville, MD
    April 24 4:00pm
    Title: Deciphering neural circuits to develop new anti-anxiety medications Abstract: Trauma-related and anxiety disorders are the most prevalent group of psychiatric diseases, and there is growing medical need to improve on the effectiveness and the side effect profile of existing anti-anxiety drugs.  Many years of preclinical pharmacol more »
  • Asian Cultures Around Campus featuring Henna 101
    April 24 5:00pm
    Come to the ACC to learn ancient Indian art of henna designs. You will have hands-on experience, as well as the chance to learn basic techniques and designs. If bringing a group larger than 6, please email acc@indiana.edu in advance. more »
  • 2017 NCTA Teaching About Asia Seminar: Birmingham, AL
    April 24 6:00pm
    This summer the East Asian Studies Center at Indiana University will host a National Consortium for Teaching about Asia (NCTA) Teaching about Asia seminar in Birmingham, AL. Generously funded by the Freeman Foundation, the NCTA seminar is a no-cost professional development program for educators interested in learning about East Asian history and more »
February 2012