The Neuroscience Institute has partnered with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to bring the yearly student/postdoc retreat titled Neuropalooza. Initiated in 2009, this annual event includes opportunities to meet and interact with students and postdocs from the College of Charleston and MUSC. In addition, an outside plenary speaker and several students/postdocs give talks throughout the day.
Neuropalooza is coming up on Friday, January 30, 2015. Keynote speaker will be Dr. Steven Maier, from the University of Colorado, Boulder (see below).
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1/30/2015- Neuropalooza 2015
A day for students and postdocs from MUSC and C of C to present their research and interact in a relaxed environment. Following the keynote presentation, students and postdocs will present short talks and posters.
Friday, January 30, 2015 from 2:00 pm - 5:30 pm
College of Charleston - School of Sciences & Mathematics Building (Calhoun St. between Pitt St. and Coming St.)
All MUSC and C of C students, postdocs, faculty and staff are invited to attend. Students and postdocs will present talks and posters.
The goal is to have an afternoon where busy students and postdocs can discuss their work with each other and with interested faculty and staff in a low-pressure environment. It's a great time for MUSC labs to meet C of C students who might be interested in research projects...and it's a great way to see the breadth of neuroscience research across the Charleston community, presented by the people closest to the actual science - YOU!
Title: Behavioral Control, Resilience, and a Corticostriatal Network
Dr. Steven Maier
Department of Psychology and Neuroscience
University of Colorado, Boulder
2:00 pm - 3:15 pm Keynote Speaker, Dr. Steven Maier
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm Selected presentations from the MUSC/CofC student-posdoc community
4:30 pm - 5:30 pm Poster presentations with *food and drinks*. In addition, the new Natural History Museum will be open until 5:30 pm during the poster session with several docents who can show people around and answer questions.