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Tuesday, October 17: Neuro Graduate/Medical Student Panel

    

10/17 @ 6:00pm
Meliora 366 (River Campus)
Refreshments Provided!

The BCS & Neuro Undergraduate Council has teamed up with PONS, SIGN, and NSFG to host a Graduate/Medical Student Panel for those interested in pursuing an advanced degree in Neuroscience or Neurology.

You are invited to talk to Neuroscience PhD, MD/PhD, and Neurology MD students currently enrolled at the University of Rochester’s School of Medicine and Dentistry.

Q & A format – Ask us anything!

Friday, March 31: Luncheon Roundtable Series

Please join us to discuss current research ongoing at the U of R with expert panelists Drs Matthew Bellizzi, M.D., Ph.D. (Assistant Professor, Department of Neurology), Mark Noble, Ph.D. (Professor, Departments of Genetics & Neurobiology and Anatomy), and Andrew Goodman, M.D. (Professor of Neurology and Director of the Multiple Sclerosis Center). Refreshments will be provided.  Hope to see you there!

Friday, December 2: American Physician Scientists Association sponsored Keynote address and NGP colloquium

The Rochester chapter of the American Physician Scientists Association is hosting Armin Raznahan, M.D., Ph.D., for a Fall Keynote event on Friday, December 2. He will be speaking at the NGP colloquium at 4pm, but Neuroscience students and PONS members may be interested in joining in the lunch with Dr. Raznahan as well.

Please RSVP for lunch via Elizabeth_Saionz@URMC.Rochester.edu.

Keynote Address
“On Developmental Trajectories”
12:00 PM, Adolph Auditorium (1-7619)
RSVP for lunch

Neuroscience Colloquium
“A Genetics-First Approach to Parsing the Biology of Neurodevelopmental Disorders”
4:00 PM, Case Method Room (1-9576)
Reception to follow on Forbes Mezzanine

Tuesday, November 29: SfN-Rochester sponsored “Post-Mortem” Poster Session and Reception

Didn’t make it to San Diego for this year’s SfN meeting? Then come to the SfN-Rochester “Post-Mortem” poster session and reception to catch up on the great neuroscience research happening on campus! And even if you attended SfN, come check out the local posters that you didn’t have time to see.

All are welcome to present a poster. Please email Ania Dworzanski ania_dworzanski@urmc.rochester.edu with title and author info.

U of R River Campus Meliora Hall, 3rd Floor
4pm-6pm
Refreshments will be served