The David Bodian Seminars in Neuroscience are scheduled on Mondays during the academic year, usually at 4 p.m. ET. Beginning Fall 2021, some talks will be in person and others remote (via Zoom). In-person talks may or may not be synchronously available on Zoom. Links will be sent via email to the listserv; please contact Chris Fetsch ( to request an individual link.

Latest Past Events

Bodian Virtual Seminar: Keith Doelling, Ph.D.

Keith Doelling, Ph.D. Postdoctoral Fellow Institut de l'Audition, Paris, France Temporal prediction of natural rhythms in speech and music The ability to predict the onset of future events is a […]

Bodian Virtual Seminar: Mick Bonner, Ph.D.

Michael F. Bonner, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, Department of Cognitive Science Johns Hopkins University Faculty host: Hey-Kyoung Lee Cortical mechanisms of natural scene perceptionHumans can perceive a rich array of behaviorally […]

Bodian Virtual Seminar: Christopher Krupenye, PhD

Christopher Krupenye, Ph.D. Assistant Professor (starting July 2022), Dept. of Psychological and Brain Sciences Johns Hopkins University The social minds of humans and other apes Abstract: The social world is […]