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Each year, the Department of Neuroscience hosts dozens of scientists from around the world to present their cutting-edge research.
- The department’s weekly seminar series invites speakers to give a one-hour talk, followed by a Q&A session with attendees. Most of these will be in person in room 928 of the McDonnell Medical Sciences Building at the School of Medicine. Those that are virtual will be held over Zoom.
- The Department of Neuroscience and the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Research Center (IDDRC)host the monthly IDDRC seminar series during the academic year in room 928 of the McDonnell Medical Sciences Building at the School of Medicine. The 45-minute presentations, followed by 45-minute discussion sessions, focus on research on developmental disorders. Those that are virtual will be held over Zoom.
- The Mildred Trotter lecture invites accomplished women scientists to share their work. The distinguished event honors Mildred Trotter, PhD, who was a member of the Washington University School of Medicine for more than 55 years. Her work in anatomy was foundational to methods for deriving stature from bone length and to understanding the factors that affect skeletal mass.
- The Robert J. Terry lecture acknowledges the contributions of Dr. Terry to the teaching on human anatomy. He was a leader in the anatomy department at Washington University School of Medicine for more than four decades.
Office of Neuroscience Research (ONR)
The Office of Neuroscience Research represents all of neuroscience at WashU from various departments across the medical and Danforth campuses. The ONR maintains a full list of neuroscience events. See ONR calendar