Frontiers in Neuroscience
Each year, the Neuroscience Institute at MUSC hosts a research day consisting of lectures and poster presentations from labs all over the state. The event includes a nationally recognized keynote speaker as well as four presentations by scientists and/or physicians from MUSC or other South Carolina institutions. The lectures provide the latest information on cutting-edge basic brain and behavioral science relating to the chosen theme. This allows physicians to apply the most up-to-date research available for the diagnosis and treatment of their patients.
16th Annual Frontiers in Neurosciences Research Day, April 13, 2015
Date: April 13, 2015
Time: 8:15 AM - 5:30 PM
Location: Courvoisie Banquet Hall at The Citadel
S. Thomas Carmichael, M.D, Ph.D.
Professor and Vice Chair for Research and Programs
Department of Neurology
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
Title: Neural Repair After Stroke
Leonardo Bonilha, MD, PhD
Andy Shih, PhD
Aiko Kido Thompson, PhD
Jeffrey Borckardt, PhD
Plus: Student-Faculty Q & A Forum
For tentative agenda click here.
Student Questions for Faculty: February 27, 2015
Poster Abstracts: March 20, 2015
Registration: April 2, 2015
Poster Printing: April 1, 2015
Registrations will be accepted until April 2, 2015.
Registration includes a continental breakfast, lunch, and a wine/chesse reception during the poster session.
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Note: Registration fees are reimbursable on grants!
Postdocs and Non-Faculty: $35
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Poster abstracts will be accepted until March 20 Individuals submitting abstracts must also register for the event. Abstracts on any neuroscience-related theme will be accepted.
Click here to submit your abstract online.
Requests for Poster Printing must be received by April 1.
Click here to find out about the Neuroscience Institute poster printing service.
For More Information, contact Susan McLintock email@example.com
Frontiers 2012: Gary's lab with Richard Palmiter.
Frontiers 2012: Gary with the keynote speaker, Richard Palmiter.