The Perspectives in Neuroscience Speaker Series presents Dr. Li-Huei Tsai, Professor and Director of the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory, at MIT. Her talk "Network level approaches to studying Alzheimer’s disease" will be held in Auditorium A at University Hospital at 9:00 am.
Please join us for a School-wide event highlighting Graduate programs Schulich Medicine & Dentistry. Presentation topics may include: information on research opportunities, which labs are currently hiring, types of skills and technology that students can learn with their degrees, professional degrees, and important deadlines.
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Work on exciting interdisciplinary research projects that aim to challenge the status quo and improve human health. Discover the Neuroscience graduate Program-meet the director, get answers to your application questions and learn more about graduate student life.
The Perspectives in Neuroscience Speaker Series presents Dr. Eiman Azim, Assistant Professor, Molecular Neurobiology Laboratory and William Scandling Developmental Chair at
Salk Institute for Biological Studies. His talk "Feedback circuits for dexterous forelimb movement" will be held in Auditorium A at University Hospital at 9:00 am.