Prof. Catherine Dulac is a world-renowned scientist and made a number of seminal discoveries underlying the neurobiology of social behavior. Recently, she identified how the mouse brain regulates crucial mating and parenting behavior. On June 8th, she will give the Konrad Akert Lecture and talk about her research using molecular, genetic and optical techniques to explore the molecular and neuronal basis of innate social behavior.
Catherine Dulac is the Higgins Professor in Molecular and Cellular Biology at Harvard University and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator. With the Konrad Akert Lecture series the Brain Research Institute (HiFo) honors since 2019 its founder, who established the HiFo as the first institute of the Medical Faculty of the University of Zurich fully dedicated to research. Find more information about Prof. Dulac’s work here. To join the lecture please follow this link. The online lecture is ID and password secured, which you can find both on the flyer.