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.
17th Annual Frontiers in Neurosciences Research Day, April 4, 2016
Date: April 4, 2016
Time: 8:15 AM - 5:30 PM
Location: Omar Shrine Temple
Amy F. T. Arnsten, PhD
Professor of Neuroscience and of Psychology
Department of Neurobiology
Yale School of Medicine
Title:To Be Announced
To be Announced
Plus: Student-Faculty Q & A Forum
For tentative agenda click here.
Student Questions for Faculty: March 1, 2016
Poster Abstracts: March 12, 2016
Registration: March 24, 2016
Poster Printing: March 24, 2016
Registrations will be accepted until March 24, 2016.
Registration includes a continental breakfast, lunch, and a wine/chesse reception during the poster session.
Click here to register online.
Note: Registration fees are reimbursable on grants!
Postdocs and Non-Faculty: $35
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Poster abstracts will be accepted until March 12 Individuals submitting abstracts must also register for the event. Abstracts on any neuroscience-related theme will be accepted.
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Requests for Poster Printing must be received by March 24.
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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.