Announcing a Neuroscience Symposium on February 22, 2019 in the UD STAR TOWER Audion from 8 – 5 p.m.
The UD Research Office invites you to a day-long symposium on the broad thematic area of Neuroscience/Brain sciences. Faculty and researchers from across UD and state of Delaware interested in the studies of the brain, behavior and central nervous system via theoretical, experimental or modeling approaches are welcomed and encouraged to attend. The goal of the symposium is to understand common interests, capacities, capabilities, and aspirations for neuroscience research at Delaware institutions.
The day will include lightning talks from researchers, remarks from Provost Morgan, keynote addresses from Dr. Walter Koroshetz (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke) and Dr. Randolph Nudo (The University of Kansas), poster session, and breakout sessions to identify challenges and opportunities to strengthen UD’s research initiatives in neuroscience.
Registration is limited to faculty and researchers only, including postdocs and graduate students who are engaged in this area of research. The deadline to register to present at the lightning talks and/or poster session is 1/15/19. The general attendance registration deadline is 2/15/19.
The symposium is sponsored by the UD Research Office, DE INBRE, DE ACCEL CTR and Graduate and Professional Education.