Visit to NYU to hear Dan Salzman’s seminar

February 14, 2011

We took the train into Manhattan today to hear Dan Salzman (http://www.neuroscience.columbia.edu/?page=28&bio=172) speak at a seminar at NYU. His talk focused on the role of the lateral amygdala and the orbital frontal cortex in aversive and appetitive decisions. We drank fantastic espresso here: http://www.thirdrailcoffee.com/ yummm…

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