Senior graduate students are invited to present their thesis research at Washington University in May 2024. This two-day, all-expenses-paid visit will include one-on-one faculty meetings, networking activities with postdocs and graduate students, and a tour of St. Louis.
Gratitude ceremonies give students and faculty members a chance to recognize the sacrifice of those who gave their bodies for medical research and education, and the loved ones they left behind.
Join the Department of Neuroscience in celebrating the contributions of our former Chair, Dr. Azad Bonni.
Rachel Wilson, PhD, of Harvard Medical School presents the 2023 Lecture on the neural circuitry of navigation and reflects on the status of women in science.
“This is an occasion for gratitude, immense gratitude.”
Richards describes the powerhouse of neuroscience research at Washington University and the School of Medicine’s investment in constructing one of the largest neuroscience research facilities in the country.
Richards and other representatives from the International Brain Initiative will discuss methods of advancing international neuroscience collaborations at this event from the Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA).
This year’s keynote speakers are Tallie Baram, PhD, from the University of California, Irvine and Viviana Gradinaru, PhD, from the California Institute of Technology.
The deadline is September 15, 2021.